Although we'd recommend that every sneakerhead should own a couple pairs of investment sneakers, not every new cop has to break the bank. Most of your favorite brands are still offering heat for any budget. We've rounded up some of the best adidas sneakers under $100. Check out the best ones below.
Compared to some other more popular adidas models, the Campus might not get the shine it deserves, but this classic '80s low-top would be a good addition to anyone's summer wardrobe.
The classic shell toe from 1969 remains timeless today, imagined here with red and blue details on the iconic Three Stripes
adidas Samba Classic
Born from indoor football, the adidas Samba has quickly gained popularity in streetwear circles. This classic version features an exaggerated tongue and contrasting, gum brown sole.
Featuring a whimsical cactus motif, the tennis-inspired Matchcourt boasts a rubber toe guard and canvas upper.
adidas Stan Smith
Originally named after tennis star Robert Haillet, the Stan Smith is practically the definition of an ageless shoe, and is seen here in a multicolor colorway.
adidas Rod Laver
Another option from adidas' tennis category, the Rod Laver first emerged in the 1970s, and is re-imagined today with a mesh upper and suede toe.
adidas EQT Support RF
This next generation EQT model is decorated with hits of "Turbo Red," additionally featuring reflective detailing and a "burrito" tongue.
Introduced in 1966, the Gazelle made its way from the pitch to the streets, like many other adidas shoes, and today is a staple sneaker for any age and taste.
This Dennis Busenitz signature model takes cues from the Copa Mundial soccer cleat, to create a durable men's skate shoe.
adidas Gazelle Super
The classic Gazelle is refitted with a branded adidas window, rounded out with a well-appointed gum sole.
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