Adidas is famous for its three-stripe street wear trainers as much as for its high-performance sports gear. Which one would you choose?
Adidas – Brand Appeal
No one can dispute that Adidas is King when it comes to retro-cool sneakers and street shoes – but it is also famed for its high-performance sports gear. The brand is loved by athletes and celebrities alike, from Tim Henman to Missy Elliott. There’s something appealing about Adidas’ low-key, street-wise approach to its brand image and advertising that makes it the shoe of choice for people from all walks of life, and with all music and cultural tastes. After all, Adidas is the brand championed by Hip-Hop legends Run-DMC in the nineties, who even penned a song called ‘My Adidas’. Pairs of Adidas trainers belonging to Coldplay frontman Chris Martin have been auctioned off for charity on Ebay, and Oasis guitarist Noel Gallagher is renowned for having a closet full of unworn Adidas sneakers. No wonder then, that Adidas sells millions of pairs of trainers worldwide.
Adidas – Street Style
Despite its heritage as a sports shoe, the Adidas
trainer has since developed into one of the coolest street shoe brands around. Its distinctive three-stripe design is adapted into different colour ways and designs each season, spoiling Adidas fans for choice. Its styles range from chunky tennis-style trainers, to slimline leather and suede sneakers. They come in a whole range of colours, including this season’s distinctive Americana Lo shoe in sand with gold and purple trimming, the Adidas Superstar 86 trainer in a purple and white graffiti graphic, and the Superstar 1 trainer designed with stars. And that’s just for the boys. In the girls’ range, there’s the Originals Adi Hoop Lo trainer in white with metallic gold stripes and a gold swirl design on the soles, the Stan Smith trainer in pink and grey, and the Adidas Nizza High Sleek trainer with striking black floral patterning on white.
Adidas – Sports Wear
Sports lovers are just as spoilt for choice with the Adidas range, even if they want to wear sporty sneakers for posing in rather than playing in. The Adidas ZX700 trainer gives the chunky sports shoe a retro 80’s look with dark and lime greens on black and white, and the equally retro basketball-style ZX7000 in purple, mint green and white. Wimbledon fans will love the Adidas Originals Tennis Advantage trainer in silver and white, as well as the Adi Tennis Canvas in white with blue trimming. Sporty types can also kit themselves out in Adidas clothing, like the Brussel Track Top in white, or the Originals Firebird 1 Track Top in black. So whether you’re into the sports style, or the street style, there is something you’ll love within the Adidas range.
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