British Rave Culture Is Celebrated Across This adidas Superstar Ripple NSRC

Featuring 1990s-inspired flaming rave graphics.

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British music culture is a world of its own. The United Kingdom produces endless chart-topping artists yearly while being the birthplace of several genres throughout history. adidas has taken note, crafting a unique Superstar Ripple NSRC dedicated to the UK’s rave club scene.

Classic adidas Superstar uppers act as the base, boasting its trademark shell toe caps with linear indentations. The medials are designed in pitch-black leather and feature white flame embroidery inspired by 1990s and 2000s rave graphics. In addition, adidas’ Three Stripes branding receives a transparent finish, while vibrant Trefoil emblems adorn the tongues. Suede heel tabs, circular adidas markings, and rippled rubber sole units complete the design destined for the dancefloor.

Take a closer look at the upcoming adidas Superstar Ripple NSRC in the gallery above. The sneaker will release via adidas and select retailers on June 29.

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