Tyler Blevins — better known by his online alias Ninja — has pioneered online streaming as the arguable face of Fortnite. The "Time In" he's put into expanding his audience, whether through Twitch or the platforms to which he's signed exclusivity, has allowed him to expand his personal projects from the digital space into sneakers — adidas providing him the Nite Jogger, the ZX Torsion, and now the Superstar. Far more simple than any of his previous works, the collaborative offering relies almost entirely on its own iconic silhouette. As such, a familiar white leather construction builds a neutral canvas for the rest of the added details. Alongside, the shell toe is given a shape and material identical to the pre-existing, though its tooling directly below tweaks ever-so-slightly with a partially translucent gum bottom. Elsewhere, Ninja's signature blue color is found in seldom all throughout: along the edges of the suede overlays, the entirety of the heel tab, the tongue's inner lining, and the "TIME IN" text that prints atop the dubrae. Graphics of circuitry then hide along the medial side, finishing with further attention to Blevins' roots.