Rated 1 out of 5Â by czarmj Originals Superstar 2.0 vs Stan Smith
Been a big fan of Stan Smith originals for years, primarily for foot comfort since I suffer from a neurological disease. The Stan Smith line is the only Adidas product or any other manufacturer's product that would give me some degree of comfort. The line has been discontinued. As a result, purchased the Superstar 2.0, within 2 hours of wearing, the foot pain was unbearable. Imagine standing barefoot on a cactus. Obviously Adidas is not in the business of producing footwear for someone with my condition and I completely understand. Just hope for selfish reasons, Adidas re-launches the Stan Smith line.
January 19, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Mrs."V" Superstar 2.0
I would recommend, these shoes for anyone who wants comfort; walking and fit. My son, has a big size shoe, of course his foot size, stopped growing when he turned 15; shoes were beginning to be hard to find, locally, but with his height 6'4'', shoes like Adidas Superstar 2.0 looks great on him..
Adidas shoes is one of his favorite, in sizes and confort. Thanks, again Adidas, for the making shoes, in larger sizes to choose, and for styles.
May 26, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by AaRO Adidas = Quality.
I had already owned a pair of these sneaks in a different color but wanted to get some black ones. My other pair has been around 3 years and counting. I've worn them all over and they always look sharp and stay nice, unlike other shoe brands I've tried. They're really comfy and fit perfectly. Thanks for making such a great shoe Adidas! :)
February 21, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Money Guy Strange foot
I have a unique problem w/ my right foot. I have had surgery that pulls the toes up, called a bridle technique. Other shoes put pressure on the arch and cause the toes to spasm. The Superstar 2 has laces that reach from below the affected area to allow me to loosen them to give my foot room. The shoes have good supports and last. The hard cover on the toe is good; because, the right side of my body is partially paralyzed. That foot gets dragged into and over alot of things and doesn't get scuffed up so, the shoe stays looking good.
January 31, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5Â by calmedcooled Nice Shoe
Ordered this in white, and it's very comfortable. It has a nice casual look and is a good quality shoe. The price is reasonable too.
December 16, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5Â by OldSchoolBaller Tell It Like It Tis
These were required gear by my High School Basketball Coach back in 1979. I had to wear same pair of these two years in a row as money was tight under President Carter-violins lol : )! (recession/interest rates at 21%) and I had alot of brothers and sisters! Well it is sooo nice to wear these oh so F R E S H and NEW White with Black Stripes Superstars once again!!!!! Brand new at that! Treat Yourself! Great Support-just like I remember and plenty of room in protected toe box.
April 16, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Yourselfimage The only show I've ever worn.
Every time I need new shoes its the Adidas Superstar. Every version I have worn is my perfect definition of what shoe should be.
October 1, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Colavito A CLASSIC!!!
I can't offer enough high praise for the Adidas Superstar 2.0 Shoes. The look of the shoes is "Old School", iconic and will never go out of style. Adidas has a real winner with The Superstar 2.0. I own three pairs of the black shoes with the white stripes. One pair is for the gym; another for softball and a third for casual wear. I hope Adidas NEVER phases out or eliminates the Superstar 2.0 model from it's line of products. The shoe is outstanding. 5 stars times 500 for this shoe.
June 10, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by BOSS SWAG LOVE THIS SHOES
really love them but when u wear a pair then everybody else get the same shoes or just in a different color but they cool
December 22, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by SuperstarMom Great shoe, reasonable price
Over the years my son has worn out at least 10 pairs of these shoes. He wears a size 17N and this shoe he loves. Good fit and arch support. Nearly indestructible.
December 12, 2011