August 18, 2012 BY Aaron Hope
adidas has had some tough luck during each of the last two summers, and you’ve gotta feel like at least some of the basketball-related hard times has contributed to the fact that unlike Nike Sportswear’s extensive use of Hyperfuse in updating classic silhouettes, we’ve only seen adidas apply SprintWeb/Frame technology to the Forum. Maybe one day we’ll see a Crazy Light Superstar, but for now, the lightweight shelltoe comes in a more traditional package. The adidas Originals Superstar 2 Lite brings us the most recent revision to this iconic silo, equipped with a leather upper, suede Stripes, jersey sockliner and a lightweight EVA-injected sole. The patriotic colorway is quite similar to both a recent kids’ Superstar and the variety of Olympic sneakers we’ve seen this summer, so let us know if these still stand out and grab yours straight from id4shoes on eBay.