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Adidas Campus is an athletic sneaker created by Adidas that was released in the 1970s. They were first released as basketball shoes before transitioning into lifestyle shoes. The shoe's unique design helped make it popular as a chunkier alternative to Adidas' other sneakers.

The original name of the shoe was Tournament, which was later renamed Campus in the 1980s. Part of what made the shoes a success is the thicker overall design of the shoe compared to other shoes from Adidas such as the Samba or Gazelle. This can be seen from the larger sole, the larger upper of the shoe and even the wider stripes on the sides. This made the shoe a better option for people who prefer comfort or even a wider shoe for their feet. The shoe also has a simpler design with the toe box with a plain look rather than a unique design like similar Adidas sneakers.