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adidas Campus

With a simple yet functional silhouette, the adidas Campus are a part of adidas history. They started out as basketball shoes, but soon became a hip-hop culture staple in the 80s.
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adidas Campus: a timeless classic

The adidas Campus are not just any sneakers; they are a legacy of style. Launched in the 1970s as a basketball model, they conquered the court with their clean and supportive design. Soon after, skateboarders took notice of them as well: their high-grip sole and durability were two essential requirements for performing superior tricks on skates. Over time, thanks to their minimalist design, the Campus transcended their athletic roots and became a staple of streetwear, attracting a wider audience.

The adidas Campus 80s leverage the retro trend to offer a slightly bulkier version of the classic model, while the more recent Campus 00s introduce a chunky aesthetic inspired by the early years of the new millennium.

Today, the adidas Campus shoes continue to be a versatile icon, and collaborations with renowned brands and artists, such as the adidas Campus x Bad Bunny shoes, are as hyped as ever. Explore our catalog and discover the latest arrivals in a wide range of colors, from timeless black and white to modern green or gray. Find your ideal Campus at SVD USA!

adidas Campus 80s: a benchmark for the urban world

From the basketball courts in the 80s to urban hip-hop groups, and now SVD USA. The adidas Campus are already part of the collective imagination of sneaker lovers, both men and women alike, and they have earned a secure place in the closets of many.

Before the adidas Campus came to be what they are today, they were launched in the 1970s under the name “Tournament” as a basketball shoe. From a technical point of view, the leather upper and grippy rubber outsole provided the necessary support and traction on the court. Success, however, came when it hopped over from the courts to the streets during the 80s hip-hop scene, and it soon became common to see some of the most renowned artists sporting them during their promotional tours.