Easy product returns
You can return the product without providing a reason within 14 days.
Today Stan Smith's are no loger used to play tennis but they've become part of streetwear fashion. adidas describes them as a „minimalistic ideal” on their site. Their name is a tribute to probably the greatest tennis players of all time, who won Wimbledon tournament in 1972, becomming one of the most popular athletes in his time. The shoe features a signature and image of Smith and high quality leather upper with three rows of ventilation openings instead of stripes. Simplicity and style in itself. In 1988 they broke Guinness World Record for the highest shoe sales, with 22 million pairs bought.
24 months - Warranty is granted by the seller for a period of 24 months.
We warrant that the Product will be delivered undamaged in the quantities ordered; and the Product will conform with the manufacturer's latest published instructions as set out on the Site or in our Product material at the time of your Order. If a customer states a faulty product within 24 months from a purchase he/she is entitled to his rights in accordance with an act that went into effect on 27.07.2002 (Act . 2002 nb 141 pos. 1176)
If You want to lodge a complaint we may need Your contact with us beforehand (bookmark contact)
Size selection of a shoe is an individual matter and it is up to the customer to chose. It is determined by many factors such as: foot shape, weight or shoe style.
If You already have footwear of the same manufacturer it can be helpful. You can read all data that are printed either on the label of the shoe or on the box and compare with size breakdown chart of the manufacturer Take into consideration that size differences are also determined by material, style and process of manufacturing.
You can also measure the insole and check the length of it with manufacturer size chart.
In case of wrongly selected size we offer exchange for the proper one.
Size breakdown chart below shows sizes according to the manufacturer. Length of the insole is only approximate and it is not perfectly measured.