10 Minimalist Adidas Sneakers for the Low-Key Dresser

These no-frills pairs are perfect for your understated looks.

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(SPOT.ph) Sportswear giant Adidas releases tons of new sneakers every season, from themed pairs for holidays to updated iterations of classic styles like the Stan Smith and Continental 80—and yes, it can be hard to keep up. In case your favorites from the German brand are always their fuss-free, understated styles then you’re in luck, because we did all the searching for you. Below, we list all the minimalist Adidas sneakers you can shop in Manila right now. From sleek, skater-style kicks to old-school sportswear-inspired silhouettes, you’re sure to find something that’s perfect for your low-key style philosophy.

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These are the Adidas sneakers to shop now if you love the minimalist style:

3MC Shoes (P3,300)

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The all-white 3MC sneaker looks pristine in front-to-back monochrome with bright blue details on the tongue and heel of the shoe. Instead of the usual three stripes logo you would see on most Adidas sneakers, the pair features the brand name stitched onto the outer side of each shoe in dainty cursive. You can also get the shoe in a sleek black colorway with stark white details on the sole, heel, tongue, and outer logo, contrasting the dark canvas upper. Both styles would easily match all your outfits. Best part? They're only P3,300 a pair!

Sleek Shoes (P5,000)

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As its name suggests, Adidas' Sleek sneakers are all about clean lines and neutral colors with stark white uppers and off-white soles and heels. The shoe is built with a narrow silhouette for a snug fit and non-bulky look. Either side of each shoe features perforated lines in place of the Three Stripes logo, keeping the design crisp and understated.

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Nizza Trefoil Shoes (P3,300)

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These preppy white trainers channel skater style and '70s fashion with a canvas upper and thick rubber sole, all finished off in monochrome white. It features the Adidas Trefoil logo on the outer side of each shoe to complete the retro sportswear feel. The pair gets just a touch of color against the white with a pop of black on the tongue, creating subtle contrast and dimension.

3MC Vulc Shoes (P3,300)

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Not only do these canvas sneakers get their look from classic skater-style kicks, but they’re also rider-friendly thanks to the flexible outsole that’s built to move naturally with your feet. The Adidas Trefoil logo is printed in black on the heel and tongue as well as along the outer eyelets, creating just a touch of distinction for the all-white pair.

Sleek Lo Shoes (P3,500)

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These low-cut lace-ups are as relaxed as they get with a fuss-free, narrow build, and clean canvas exterior in crisp white with a hint of black on the outer panel and tongue. The versatile style features a holographic accent on the heel for low-key flair that will still match all your outfits.

Supercourt Shoes (P5,500)

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The Supercourt Sneakers pay tribute to classic white tennis shoes with a pristine leather upper and perforated side stripes. The decorative stitching and overlays give the pair a more heavy-duty aesthetic compared to other tennis-inspired kicks. Plus, the thick rubber outsole features grooves along the bottom for grip and distinction.

Laceless Stan Smith Shoes (P4,800)

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By now, we don’t need to tell you that the ubiquitous Stan Smith is a pair fit for all styles and occasions, but if you want to try a more fuss-free version of the world-famous sneaker, check out its laceless iteration. This style features three Velcro straps instead of the usual shoe laces—yup, just like your old P.E. shoes in elementary school!

Continental Vulc x Unity Shoes (P4,700)

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These swoon-worthy sneakers take inspiration from the classic Continental 80 with an elevated heel tab, slim stitching in place of the Three Stripes, and most notably, a logo window just along the eyelets. The nostalgic style gets a modern update with a mix of stark white and off-white tones, giving the monochromatic shoe more dimension. The pair was made in collaboration with Oakland-based LGBT skateboarding project Unity and you can see the group’s logo sitting just above the sole.

Nizza Shoes (P3,300)

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If you’re loyal to Adidas' classic Three Stripes logo printed or stitched proudly onto the outer side of the shoe, you’ll love the Nizza sneakers, which feature the diagonal stripes in bold black against a predominantly white upper and sole. The style pays homage to late '70s basketball shoes—perfect for an old-school streetwear look or Americana sportswear aesthetic.

SC Premiere Shoes (P6,500)

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Just because you love rocking minimalist styles, doesn’t mean you can’t add a little color to your look—Adidas' SC Premiere Shoes are proof. The pair sports a predominantly white leather exterior complemented with elegant curved lines. The clean design is then punctuated with a thick, nude canvas while pops of pastel color adorn the tongue, heel, outer panel, and sole, giving it a unique look that’s still versatile enough for almost any outfit.

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