The new adidas collection 'Blue Version' takes classic designs to a new level. The colour 'bluebird' of adidas is central in this collection. This bright blue colour has returned in many items of adidas and has become a characteristic colour of adidas. In the 'Blue Version' collection, the adidas Originals have gotten a renewed version but stay close to the original.
The Blue Version collection
The new adidas collection consists of several iconic silhouettes. The 'Blue Version' range consists of several trousers, jerseys and accessories. The classic Beckenbauer training trousers have also been given a new look. The Beckenbauer training trousers are recognizable by the three stripes on both sides of the trousers. The zip at the bottom of the trouser legs can be unzipped and the trousers have a continuous piping on the front.
Beckenbauer training tracksuit
In 1960, the first adidas Beckenbauer collection released. Professional footballer Franz Beckenbauer was a big player at that time and played in the national team of Germany. Because Beckenbauer could often be found on the field, a good tracksuit was important. At that time, adidas was already a big brand in the world of football and designed football boots and outfits. In 1967, Beckenbauer signed with adidas and the Beckenbauer tracksuit as we know it was given its name.
Also in the Blue Version collection, the Beckenbauer has been given a new look. In particular, the female model of the Beckenbauer has been given a striking design. The training trousers have a higher waist and narrower legs. In addition, the trousers have foot straps at the bottom.
The Beckenbauer training trousers have also been given a new look for the men. The waist is higher than the original and has foot straps just like the women's trousers. The 'bluebird' colour is untouched and is (and will remain) a classic colour for these training trousers.
New details and classic silhouettes
In addition to the Beckenbauer training trousers, the 'Blue Version' collection has given more items an update. These are classic silhouettes with a modern twist. The colours black, blue and beige are frequently used in the collection and the fits are slightly adjusted here and there. The 'bluebird' colour is prominent in many designs, just like the Trefoil logo. This logo of adidas was especially used in the 70s.
The new 'Blue Version' collection is now online and can be purchased at adidas. The collection is available in men's and women's sizes.