Japanese designer and tongue-twister Yohji Yamamoto has reworked the sneaker you haven't worn since the 4th grade. The Y-3 Adidas superstar, set to drop August 10, features nicer material and what not, but the main detail that propels these into the so-called "next level" is the stitching used on the iconic three stripes. As you can see, the threads extend beyond the midsole, which Adidas says can "either be cut or left to fray naturally." If I had these, I'd let them shits hang low and catch some of that very rare IRL flows that you typically only get when you go Cholo on a windy day or rock extra-long du-rags.