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adidas Ozweego Celox W
84,-120,-

adidas Ozweego Celox W

3 suppliers
Adidas Gazelle
60,-100,-

Adidas Gazelle

18 suppliers
adidas LXCON 94 'Crystal White/Royal'
49,-130,-

adidas LXCON 94 'Crystal White/Royal'

2 suppliers
adidas Temper Run Pride
69,-139,-

adidas Temper Run Pride

1 supplier
adidas Continental 80 'Footwear White'
50,-110,-

adidas Continental 80 'Footwear White'

6 suppliers
adidas EQT Gazelle 'Collegiate Navy/Raw Gold'
49,-109,-

adidas EQT Gazelle 'Collegiate Navy/Raw Gold'

1 supplier
adidas Superstar Laceless 'White'
110,-

adidas Superstar Laceless 'White'

1 supplier
adidas ZX 2K 4D 'Yellow/Red'
93,-233,-

adidas ZX 2K 4D 'Yellow/Red'

2 suppliers
adidas Superstar Pure 'White'
60,-

adidas Superstar Pure 'White'

1 supplier
adidas NMD R1 V2
NaN

adidas NMD R1 V2

adidas Ultraboost Uncaged LAB
180,-

adidas Ultraboost Uncaged LAB

1 supplier
Pharrell Williams X adidas SC Premiere 'Ecru'
186,-

Pharrell Williams X adidas SC Premiere 'Ecru'

1 supplier
adidas Supercourt RX
139,-

adidas Supercourt RX

1 supplier
Adidas ZX 4000
54,-99,-

Adidas ZX 4000

1 supplier
adidas SL7600 Workshop 'White'
64,-128,-

adidas SL7600 Workshop 'White'

1 supplier
adidas 4D Run 1.0 'Signal Coral'
256,-

adidas 4D Run 1.0 'Signal Coral'

1 supplier
Star Wars X adidas Ultraboost S&L 'X-Wing Starfighter'
99,-186,-

Star Wars X adidas Ultraboost S&L 'X-Wing Starfighter'

1 supplier
adidas 4D Run 1.0 Superstar White Black
162,-250,-

adidas 4D Run 1.0 Superstar White Black

1 supplier
adidas ZX 4000
80,-100,-

adidas ZX 4000

1 supplier
adidas Stan Smith 'Off White'
120,-

adidas Stan Smith 'Off White'

1 supplier
adidas Superstar 80s Recon 'Home Of Classics'
NaN

adidas Superstar 80s Recon 'Home Of Classics'

adidas EQT Gazelle 'Semi Coral'
NaN

adidas EQT Gazelle 'Semi Coral'

adidas Rascal 'Off-White'
NaN

adidas Rascal 'Off-White'

Adidas Y-3 Kyoi Trail "Black"
351,-

Adidas Y-3 Kyoi Trail "Black"

1 supplier
adidas Ozweego Kids 'Black'
67,-100,-

adidas Ozweego Kids 'Black'

8 suppliers
Craig Green X adidas Kontuur I 'Black'
256,-

Craig Green X adidas Kontuur I 'Black'

1 supplier
adidas Y3 Yohji Star 'Black'
291,-

adidas Y3 Yohji Star 'Black'

1 supplier
adidas OZWEEGO
NaN

adidas OZWEEGO

Star Wars X adidas Ultraboost 19 'Millennium Falcon'
111,-198,-

Star Wars X adidas Ultraboost 19 'Millennium Falcon'

1 supplier
adidas Yung-96 'Black'
50,-100,-

adidas Yung-96 'Black'

2 suppliers
adidas Stan Smith
120,-

adidas Stan Smith

1 supplier
adidas Sleek Super 'White'
NaN

adidas Sleek Super 'White'

adidas EQT Gazelle 'Crystal White'
82,-110,-

adidas EQT Gazelle 'Crystal White'

1 supplier
adidas Sleek 'Triple White'
54,-90,-

adidas Sleek 'Triple White'

3 suppliers
adidas U_Path 'Black'
NaN

adidas U_Path 'Black'

Pharrell Williams X adidas Campus 'Ecru'
45,-100,-

Pharrell Williams X adidas Campus 'Ecru'

2 suppliers
adidas Originals Superstar 'The Super Stan'
99,-

adidas Originals Superstar 'The Super Stan'

1 supplier
adidas Stan Smith Recon
139,-

adidas Stan Smith Recon

1 supplier
adidas Originals Falcon W 'Core Black'
99,-

adidas Originals Falcon W 'Core Black'

1 supplier
adidas SC Premiere 'Periwinkle'
42,-104,-

adidas SC Premiere 'Periwinkle'

1 supplier
adidas Adilette Ankle Wrap Sandalen
60,-80,-

adidas Adilette Ankle Wrap Sandalen

1 supplier
adidas Love Set Super
80,-

adidas Love Set Super

1 supplier
adidas Kamanda St Pale Nude/ Off White/ Blue
NaN

adidas Kamanda St Pale Nude/ Off White/ Blue

adidas Dimension Lo (Ash Grey / Blue Tint / Collegiate Navy)
78,-130,-

adidas Dimension Lo (Ash Grey / Blue Tint / Collegiate Navy)

2 suppliers
adidas Triple Platforum Low
99,-150,-

adidas Triple Platforum Low

3 suppliers
adidas Yung-1
NaN

adidas Yung-1

adidas Yung-1 'White'
NaN

adidas Yung-1 'White'

adidas Sleek 'Core Black'
45,-90,-

adidas Sleek 'Core Black'

2 suppliers

adidas sneakers

When was adidas started?

Brothers Adolf and Rudolf Dassler created their first training shoe in Herzogenaurach, Germany, in 1920. Soon they were known by athletes as the ideal brand. Athlete Jesse Owens won four gold medals at the 1936 Berlin Olympics wearing Dassler shoes.

How did the name adidas come about?

In 1948, the brothers split, with Rudolph starting the legendary Puma brand, and Adolph creating the adidas brand. The name ‘adidas’ comes from a combination of Adolph’s nickname, ‘adi’, and the first three letters of his surname.

What is the history of adidas?

Only a year later, in 1949, did Adolph add the now iconic three stripes to the trademark which are still used today. The trefoil logo was introduced in 1972.

Unfortunately, he died that same year, handing over the reins to his wife Käthe. At the same time, Dassler became the first non-American to be inducted into the American Sporting Good Industry Hall of Fame. Käthe died in 1984 and gave the leadership to the eldest son, Horst. This was sadly short-lived as three years later he also died. To ensure that the company remained a Dassler company and delivered high quality, adidas continued to adhere to the company's established guidelines.

How did the adidas brand become so famous?

One factor that helped adidas to become such a big company was sponsoring great athletes. For example: Muhammad Ali, David Beckham, and the German national football team. This is still an important factor for adidas today.

Young people have also always been important for the success of the company. In the 1980s, terraces filled with supporters wearing football shirts, sponsored by adidas, could be seen in Britain. At the same time, rap legend Run-DMC made a song called 'My adidas' because they loved the brand so much. He loved to walk all day on adidas Superstars, which is one of the best-selling shoes ever.

Because of this and many other artists, both clothes and sneakers of adidas became very popular. The favourite pair of most artists were the Superstars. This model became one of the best-sellers, firmly establishing itself alongside other popular models including the Forum, Ozweego, Stan Smith, Yeezy, Falcon, Gazelle, Samba and Continental 80.

Sub-divisions of adidas

Rob Strasser and Peter Moore of Sports Incorporated developed the Equipment (or EQT) concept for adidas, who released shoes and a clothing line in 1991. Along with the shoes and clothing, a new logo emerged. This logo evolved into the adidas Performance logo, which can still be found on many adidas products today. Next to adidas Performance, more sub-brands have been set up like adidas Originals and adidas Lifestyle.