The Adidas x Lego Superstar Sneaker Has Dropped. Here's How You Can Get Your Hands On It


We interrupt your day to bring you a special news bulletin: The Adidas x Lego Superstar sneakers have dropped. We've been spoiled with the Superstar lately. Starting with Prada, the iconic sneaker has been reimagined in all the coolest ways possible.

The Lego collaboration is no different. It's essentially your Adidas sneaker except this time the brand's three stripes, toe cap, and heel counter are covered with Lego studs. Gold foil accents round up the sneaker. Pretty eye-catching.

The good thing is there's always room for more Adidas Superstars in your wardrobe. So, if you needed a little push to get the Lego collab, here it is. While you're at it, pick up the Lego edition of the classic sneaker so you can have the wearable style and the brick model.

"As a kid of the '80s and growing up in the '90s, the Superstar sneaker with its rich street art culture was such an iconic item, and that’s also when I got my first pair. So, when the collaboration with Adidas started I was super excited to work on this model," said Florian Müller, senior designer at the Lego Group.

He continued, "As shoes represent very organic objects, made from flexible material that also look different on every person, it was a fun challenge to translate this into the Lego System in Play, which by nature is square and blocky. Thanks to the Superstar team at Adidas Originals it’s been a super collaborative process with valuable insights shared about the art of shoemaking, and now we just look forward to seeing how fans will take to the model, customizing it in their own unique and wonderful ways."


Superstar x Lego Shoes


Priced at P7,500, the Adidas x Lego Superstar sneaker is available at Adidas stores and the Adidas Philippines site. 

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Paolo Chua is the Associate Style Editor at Esquire Philippines, where he writes about fashion and grooming. Before joining Esquire Philippines, he was a writer at Town & Country Philippines.
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