Human Made's Adidas Superstar is an ideal summer shoe

The trio is dropping Thursday, April 9.

Adidas' Superstar revival continues in full force, adding Human Made as a collaborator on the classic shoe first introduced in 1969. Designer Nigo is offering a trio of Superstars set to drop this Thursday. The flourishes are small, adding small signature details from the brand to the iconic silhouette.

The deets — The focal point is Human Made's "Gears for Futuristic Teenagers" motto, which is printed across the three stripes. While the brand is popular with teenagers — as is Bape, the predecessor of Human Made — Nigo has often said he still feels like he's part of the demographic he caters to. The motto informs both his designs and his personal style, which remains very youthful.

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Between the stripes are two rows of perforated hearts, and Human Made's logo appears on the heel. Besides those cues, the collaboration keeps the Superstar as you know it: simple, tasteful, and eternally wearable. With two pairs coming in white — one with black stripes and mustache, the other all-white — it's an ideal summer sneaker with the element of hype. All three pairs, including the black and white, feature a cream shell toe for a nice sense of contrast.

Securing the Superstar — All three pairs will go on sale at 11 p.m. EST this Thursday, April 9, through Human's website. That's only the pre-release, so look out for wider availability in the future. Pricing details have yet to be announced, but it shouldn't come in too much higher than the Superstar's typical $80 fee. Scoop these up for a head start on your summer rotation.

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