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adidas Originals Superstar Clear “Vivid Red”

April 29, 2013 BY / 3

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It’s a concept that debuted in the mid 2000s but despite the on-paper appeal, only this year are we starting to see more adidas Originals Superstar Clear colorways hit stateside store shelves.  Hopefully this new style will follow January’s navy/gold edition, because its all-red look with the translucent sole is an effective way of combining decades of sneaker trends into one timely package.  Check out the ‘Vivid Red’ SS CLR in more images below and stick with Sneaker News for word on a US release.

 

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3 comments
LUX09NC
LUX09NC

Really feeling these, it's nice welcome change to some classic kicks.

crumpit
crumpit

@LUX09NC these are clean for sure, nice celebration shoe. and if you ever get bored w it, you can switch the laces. 



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