There is a vast array of colourways available for Adidas suede shoes; some of which are shown in the picture displayed below. Suede is a material Adidas tended to use in the 1960's, 1970's and 1980's, and generally, is only used in heritage shoes; called the Originals collection. While suede is a durable and attractive material, it's not the best fabric for letting the foot breath. Adidas sometimes use suede overlays in combination with more breathable fabrics, but they rarely, if ever, release a new shoe with a full suede upper. The prime example of an Adidas (heritage) shoe with a full suede upper is the Gazelle; but there are plenty of other examples, like the City Series (Adidas Hamburg, London, Dublin, Milano etc). Some of the current colourways available for full suede Adidas shoes, like the Gazelle, are as follows (the colourways tend to be two tone, the leather overlays usually being white):
Current colourways: Core Black / White, Orange / White, Brown / Light Brown, Lime Green / White, Mint Green / White, Vapour Steel / White Ice, Mid Grey White Ice, Gold / White, Unity Pink / Black, Ice Yellow / White, Clay Brown / Brown, Purple / White, Grey / White, Vintage White / Gold Metallic, Sun Glow Pink / White, Bleu Clair / White, Red / White, Vintage / White Green, Light Blue / White, Collegiate Navy / White, Violet / White, Scarlet / White, Collegiate Royal / White, Vapour Pink / White.