This SUPEREARTH Superstar follows the same mission of the first version to eliminate manufacturing waste and use environmentally friendly manufacturing techniques. While the first Superstar came in mostly white, this version is a direct contrast with the vegan leather upper dressed in black, accented by green along the eyelets, blue on the heels, and red sock lining. The colorful embroidered flower designs come in different colors but are very familiar in their construction.
The SUPEREARTH Superstar uses 100% vegan materials, inspired by Wotherspoon’s vegan lifestyle. While the Superstar’s leather upper is an obvious target for a vegan redress—this Superstar’s is made from 100% recycled polyester—its rubber sole uses 90% sustainably sourced natural tree rubber with colorful flecks of waste rubber. Additionally, its vividly branded insole is made from leftover Ortholite material and cork (considered highly renewable and environmentally friendly).
Wotherspoon originally teased this second SUPEREARTH Superstar on Instagram last week, announcing a surprise China-only release. Today, Wotherspoon followed up that announcement to say that due to the excitement they would be releasing worldwide. Stay tuned to Modern Notoriety for release updates.
Sean Wotherspoon x adidas Superstar SUPEREARTH “Black”
Color: Core Black/Bright Yellow/Green
Style Code: GX3823
Release Date: October 28, 2021
Price: $110 USD
Update (10/25/21): The Sean Wotherspoon x adidas Superstar SUPEREARTH “Black” drops on Thursday, October 28th on adidas.com, CONFIRMED, and select retailers.
Update (08/26/21): Official images of Sean Wotherspoon’s black Superstar SUPEREARTH are in, dropping soon on adidas.com and select retailers. Check them out below and stay tuned for release info.
Update (08/19/21): First confirmed back in March, Sean Wotherspoon gives us another look at the upcoming black version of his SUPEREARTH Superstar. These are dropping “very soon” according to the Round Two co-founder. Stay tuned for exact release details.
Original Story photos via Sean Wotherspoon: