Kids' adidas Tubular
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Meant for More
When adidas first came out with the Tubular in the ’80s, the shoe was designed as a basketball sneaker. Shortly after its debut, the shoe's name as well as its design inspiration hinted at its ultimate destiny as a streetwear favorite. The signature outsole, modeled after car tire tubing, was meant to provide extra grip and traction. But the unique silhouette also helped this sneaker stand out in realms well beyond the basketball court. Today’s Tubular styles are the perfect kicks for kids to wear while participating in their various activities, offering comfort and style with every single step.
Out of the Shadows
While new Tubular models honor the original sneaker, this shoe has also come a long way in the last three decades. Consider the adidas Originals Tubular Shadow. In place of the first shoe’s cloven forefoot, this sneaker’s chunky outsole is full of ridged design elements, honoring the tire inspiration while offering a more streamlined, modern silhouette. The asymmetric, low-rise upper calls to mind the original shoe’s split sole, offering plenty of heritage vibes. Kids will love its visual appeal, with its playful contrasts of sleek surfaces and textured accents. And parents will fall for its durability and support — the lightweight cushioning of an EVA midsole, the snug fit provided by the OrthoLite sockliner, and the lasting power of that rubber outsole combine to create the ultimate sneaker.
The adidas Originals Tubular Shadow has a completely unique rise. It might be designed as a tribute to original adidas Tubular shoes, but this version adds a serious edge factor to this cool-kid favorite. The tread-like finish of the shoe’s suede uppers, which deliver a nice dose of luxury into this street-style favorite model, is an additional upgrade your kids will love.
Then there’s that awesome burrito tongue, which builds on the great fit of the shoe’s OrthoLite sockliner. This footwear sets the tone for cutting-edge kids’ fashion, perfect with distressed jeans and a cool graphic tee. And they do so while offering the support and durability parents expect from their children’s everyday sneakers.