Men's Stan Smith Shoes & Sneakers
The staple Stan Smith shoe for men. Now made with an upper containing at least 50% recycled materials.
MEN’S STAN SMITH SHOES & ACCESSORIES
Few sneakers have been able to maintain their status as a go-to option like the Stan Smith. Originally released in the ‘70s for the tennis court, they’ve outlasted over five decades of trends and fads and still feel as fresh as ever. For a timeless look, there’s the classic white men’s Stan Smiths with green details. But an icon never stops evolving. Triple-white and triple-black options offer a sleek look, and an entire range of collaborations that includes Kermit the Frog, the Hulk, and other Disney characters keep the Stan Smith at the front and center of pop culture. And just like it pushed the boundaries of sneakers back in the day, it’s still making waves by setting new standards for sustainability—it’s now made in part with recycled materials that reuse plastic waste while maintaining the versatility it’s known for. It doesn’t stop there, though, because responsibly sourced organic cotton hoodies, shirts, socks, and bags with the original Stan Smith logos let everyone know you’re committed to the environment. For a look that’s inspired by the past but always thinking about the future, browse Stan Smith for men.
HOW TO PICK YOUR SIZE
The adidas Stan Smith fit is true to size, so go ahead and grab your usual size. If you need help determining your true size, use our official guide on how Stan Smiths fit.
ADIDAS ARCHIVE: STAN SMITH
The all-American sneaker gets its name from tennis icon Stan Smith, a two-time Grand Slam singles and five-time Grand Slam doubles champion. At the time of the shoe’s 1972 release, he was known as one of the best players in the world. Over the years, men’s Stan Smiths have evolved from athletic sneaker to streetwear staple, sparking collaborations and inspiring variations on the simple style.
How To Wear Stan Smiths
Need some outfit ideas for how to wear your Stan Smith sneakers? Get inspirationfresh from the closets of six adidas employees.