adidas' 'Home of Classics' Continental 80 and Supercourt Stand the Test of TimeRelease: TBC
For decades, classic white leather sneakers have been cultural and sartorial staples, and adidas’ new ‘Home of Classics’ pack celebrates how far many of these timeless designs have come.
In an age of influence and hype, it’s easy to forget that sneaker heat should be worn on feet. With that in mind, adidas have gone back to basics, forgoing flashy detailing in favour of tried-and-true white leather, rubber and, of course, perfectly placed Three Stripes branding. Simply put – Home of Classics creps are built for purpose, and made to get messed up.
Designed in 1980s France as an all-purpose training shoe, the Continental 80 is one of the jewels in the House of Classics crown. A minimal reinterpretation of an iconic build, the sleek silhouette is retained for that unmistakable retro flair. Naturally, the white leather and matching sole unit let you style ‘em up any way you want.
Adding to the festivities is the Supercourt, which comes supercharged with DNA from classic adidas tennis styles from the past 40 years. It’s something fresh yet familiar, built with a low profile, decorative stitching, and a chic multilayered look. Inspired by the sneakers that broke records and rules for generations, the Supercourt is the wild child in this House of Classics.
Made with care, but to be worn without it, the adidas ‘Home of Classics’ styles are locked and loaded at Foot Locker. Choose from the all-new Continental 80 and Supercourt, alongside a stellar range of Three Stripe icons.