Originally designed (and named) in the '60s for Robert Haillet, adidas's first leather tennis sneaker would later be re-named for Stan Smith and become a classic. It's been done and re-done over and over since then, but never quite like this. Stingray-print leather covers the upper, and the traditional steel eyelets are replaced by white D-rings. The style changes, but the soul remains the same. Available on pre-order from end clothing in the UK, they'll hit shelves in March.
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