×

Human Made and Adidas Are Releasing 3 New-Look Superstars This Week

Human Made has collaborated with Adidas on three new iterations of the iconic Superstar sneaker, and they will only be available at one place this week.

The Japanese streetwear label announced on Instagram yesterday that it put its spin on the classic sneakers, which turned 50 years old this year. Adidas kicked off the birthday celebration by revealing the Change Is a Team Sport campaign that brought together its top collaborators, including Pharrell Williams, Jonah Hill, Black Pink and others.

Human Made’s collaboration will be offered in three distinct colorways, including white, black and white/black color blockings. It features the text “Gears For Futuristic Teenagers” on the Three Stripes branding with small heart embroidery within the stripes and its signature heart logo emblazoned on the heel tab.

A prerelease of the Human Made x Adidas Superstar collection is set for Friday on Humanmade.jp. Neither company has yet revealed a wider launch.

Watch on FN

View this post on Instagram

adidas Originals by HUMAN MADE® 世界先行発売のお知らせ  4月10日(金)12時より HUMAN MADE®︎ オンラインストアにて、adidas OriginalsとHUMAN MADE®のコラボレーションスニーカー “SUPERSTAR 80S HUMAN MADE” を世界先行発売致します。 ハートのアイコンやスリーストライプスに配したコピーが特徴のスーパースターをベースにしたモデルは3色展開です。   adidas Originals by HUMAN MADE® limited online pre-release of the new international collection.   There will be a limited online only pre-release of the new internationally release of the adidas Originals and HUMAN MADE® collaboration sneakers “SUPERSTAR 80S HUMAN MADE” available in 3 colors from 12 o'clock on Friday, April 10 on our website. 

A post shared by 𝐇𝐔𝐌𝐀𝐍 𝐌𝐀𝐃𝐄® (@humanmade) on

In response to the coronavirus outbreak, Adidas and Carbon announced today that they are producing personal protective equipment, including face shields to aid health-care professionals. The athletic powerhouse’s retail stores across the U.S., Canada and Europe will remain closed until further notice.

Want more?

Adidas Is Now Making Face Shields With the Company That Helps Produce Its 3D-Printed Sneakers

Dover Street Market Is Releasing Its Own Adidas Stan Smith Sneakers

Kanye West Steps Out In Unreleased Yeezy Boots

Michael Atmore; Iris Apfel; Ron Fromm, Sponsored By FFCF

QVC Presents FFANY Shoes on Sale: The Sale Will Go On

In a year full of challenges, the footwear community has made sure that Shoes on Sale will thrive in 2020.
Learn More

Access exclusive content