Adidas shoes (rumoured to stand for “All Day I Dream About Sports”) were first introduced to the world by German national Adi Dassler in 1949 (his brother Rudolph founded Puma a few years later) and seven decades on it has more iconic trainers in its catalogue than you can shake a shell toe at. Whether it’s the Samba, which first saw light in the 1960s, the Stan Smith or the Torsion ZX8000, there’s something for even the most sneaker averse.
Adidas was also key in paving the way for the partnerships between big brands and musicians that are now so commonplace. In the late 1980s, Run-DMC released a song titled “My Adidas”, which landed them a record-breaking deal with the brand worth a cool $2 million. As a result, endorsement deals between the likes of Jay-Z and Reebok and Selena Gomez and Puma exist today.
What’s more, Adidas is now a fashion industry mainstay, with ongoing partnerships with Stella McCartney and Yohji Yamamoto thriving.
The majority of testers rave about the out-of-the-box comfort of the Adidas Shoes, A great number of reviewers love the look of these sneakers . Several users appreciate that, even though it is not made as a performance sneaker, it can still be used for different types of sports. A couple of users have used the Adidas sneakers for work and did not experience sore feet.
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