10/10/2014
It's a tennis shoe that looks like a tennis ball, huh huh?

Words by

Sinead Stubbins

In the sneaker world, the last year has been dominated by the return of the Stan Smith. The adidas revival was favoured by hipsters, fashion bloggers and apparently, Pharrell Williams. 

The N*E*R*D frontman has collaborated with adidas Originals in reinventing the sneakers, aptly taking inspiration from tennis balls.

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