Shop women's bright adidas Stan Smith

Stan Smith History

When it comes to bright adidas shoes, these are a staple. The bright adidas Stan Smith was first seen in 1965, and was originally kids as a French tennis shoe. Named after American tennis star Robert Haillet, the sneaker was originally named 'adidas Robert Haillet' before being changed in 1971 to the name we've all grown to know.

Stan Smith Collaborations

adidas's signature white leather upper has been customised in recent collaborations with Pharrell Williams, but the OG designs such as the classic Core White/Green are also still going strong. At the back of this low-top silhouette, you'll spot that signature heel tab as seen on all Stan Smith trainers, while the tongue tab boasts the iconic trefoil logo.

Stan Smith Design

If you're searching for a comfortable sneaker, this tennis silos achilles support patch and OrthoLiter sockliner will help to cushion your feet with every step. In addition to their classic lace-up versions, they've also got velcro options too.

Stan Smith Styling

A popular unisex shoe, the bright adidas Originals Stan Smith shoe is a street style staple, and its minimalistic style can be paired with any outfit - from joggers and hoodies, to jeans and t-shirts, especially your favourite adicolor pieces. bright adidas have customised the range for a variety of exciting women’s exclusive renditions, including the fashion-forward Stan Smith Bold, Primeknit, and NUUD.

Buy The Stan Smith

Whether you're a collector of the iconic three performance brand and want to switch up your worn-out Superstars, or new to a pair of Stan Smith shoes, this bright adidas staple deserves a place on your sneaker wishlist! Be sure to check out our adidas Stan Smith Size Guide to make sure you get the perfect fit!

If you're a fan of the bright adidas Stan Smith Womens trainer, be sure to also check out our other range of women's bright adidas releases.