Superga is the Italian brand originating from Turin that's renowned for introducing what become known in Italy as the people’s shoe. That design, dating from 1925, was the brand’s still dominant 2750 silhouette. It’s a deceptively simple look - with pure cotton upper and vulcanised sole, originally designed as a tennis shoe - and yet its detailing have lifted it above competitors to be, as the label puts it, “the very definition of smart casual”.
Over the decades, Superga merged with Pirelli, the Italian tyre specialists, and production of the signature tennis shoes increased. A wide range of colourways of the 2750 are now available, along with newly designed silhouettes as well as the company’s innovative Flatform shoe, which adds a playful platform to the 2750 for a highly distinctive look.
If you're looking to add a pair of Superga shoes (or two) to your footwear rotation, you'll need to find your perfect fit first. Read our Superga sizing guide for everything you need to know.
Superga sizing guide
As an Italian brand, Superga use EU sizing standards for their shoes. If you’re not used to these, our handy charts should help to convert to the sizing standards that you may be more accustomed to. Superga shoes should fit to your usual EU size, but the company themselves note that their chunky-soled Flatform women’s shoes run large, so they advise going down a size for this style.
Superga size charts
Men's Superga sizing
Women's Superga sizing