The adidas Top Ten Hi “Silver Toe” Is Available Now

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When it comes to legendary old school hoops shoes, the adidas Top Ten Hi is among some of the most notable. Popularized during the 1980s by NBA superstars such as Doug Collins, Kermit Johnson, Bobby Jones, among others, the shoes are an important piece of basketball culture, and its heritage continues to be celebrated through a vast array of new colorways today. The latest of which, has now arrived on the market in a simple greyscale color scheme. Deciding to go with a two-toned ensemble, these Top Tens feature smooth white leathers that comprise its base structure, as well as foil-colored accents that attach to areas such as the stripes, forefoot, and rear overlays for a makeup that we’re unofficially dubbing the “Silver Toe”. Take a peek at the gallery of official images here below, and if you’re in need of adding these retro shoes to your rotation, note that they are available now on adidas.com for a budget-friendly price of $90.

In other adidas-related news, here’s a first look at the upcoming Yeezy 380 Pepper.

adidas Top Ten Hi “Silver Toe”
Color: Cloud White/Silver Metallic/Grey Two
Style Code: FX8524

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