About the company:
Adidas is a multinational corporation, founded and headquartered in Herzogenaurach, Germany, that designs and manufactures shoes, clothing, and accessories. It is the largest sportswear manufacturer in Europe and the second largest in the world.
The company is also involved in wholesale, retail, and e-commerce business activities related to the distribution of adidas and Reebok products to retail and end customers.
Adidas sells a range of clothing items, varying from men’s and women’s t-shirts, jackets, hoodies, pants, and leggings.
One of the main focuses of Adidas has always been football kits, and the associated equipment. Adidas remains a major company in the global supply of team kits for international association football teams and clubs.
Adidas has also provided baseball equipment and sponsors numerous players of Major League Baseball and Nippon Professional Baseball in Japan.
Adidas began manufacturing cricket footwear in the mid-1970s, with their initial target market being Australia. Their shoes were a radical departure from traditional leather cricket boots which had remained basically unchanged for decades, being lighter and more flexible but also offering less toe protection, so that it became not uncommon to see batsmen who had been struck by the ball on the foot hopping around in pain. Having continued to manufacture cricket footwear for many years, in 2006 the company finally entered the field of bat manufacture in 2008 and currently their bat range includes the Pellara, Incurza, Libro and M-Blaster models.
Adidas Golf manufactures golf clothing, footwear, and accessories. Men’s and women’s equipment includes footwear, shirts, shorts, pants, outerwear, base layer, and eyewear.
From 2000 to 2012, Adidas has provided men’s and women’s gymnastics wear for Team USA, through USA Gymnastics. USA Gymnastics and Adidas sponsorship concluded at the end of 2012. In 2006, Adidas gymnastics leotards for women and Adidas men’s competition shirts, gymnastics pants, and gymnastics shorts have been available in the USA, with seasonal leotards offered for Spring, Summer, Fall and Holidays.
The company made their self into their own brand such as “Adidas Lacrosse”, getting several scholarships, Bucknell (men and women), Bryant (men), Delaware (men and women), New Jersey Institute of Technology (men), and D3 powerhouse Lynchburg”. Materials that Adidas provided were jerseys, shorts, shoes, shafts, heads, gloves, and protective pieces. Products manufactured for the sport are sticks, gloves, protective gear, and boots.
Adidas currently manufactures several running and lifestyle shoes, including the Energy-boost, and the spring-blade trainers. The brand has built a strong runners’ network within big European capitals, such as Paris’ “Boost Energy League”. In 2016 the 3rd season launched. In Paris, the Boost Energy League gathers 11 teams representing different districts of Paris.
Adidas Skateboarding produces shoes made specifically for skateboarding, including the redesign of previous models for skateboarding. The brand also releases signature models designed by team riders.
Adidas has been involved with tennis equipment since the mid-1960s and has historically sponsored many top tennis players.
Adidas entered Kabaddi which is still a non-Olympic sport but highly popular in the Indian subcontinent and Asian countries.
Adidas also designs and makes slide-style sandals, mobile accessories, watches, eyewear, bags, baseball caps, and socks. As well, Adidas has a branded range of male and female deodorants, perfumes, aftershave, and lotions.
The Santiossage is a uni-sex slide-style sandal. The sandal has the trademarked three stripes on a velcro strap toward the front of the shoe. Santiossage comes in black, navy, or red.
Adissage is also a uni-sex slide-style sandal. Available in black, navy, light blue, black with pink, and other assorted colors.
Free shipping on orders over $100.
Returns and Refunds:
They only accept returns under within the 30 day return period. If you return after 30 days reaches the warehouse, adidas cannot accept the returned items and cannot give a refund. They are unable to refund the initial shipping cost of your order. The product must be unworn and in its original condition with tags still attached. They do not exchange product. You will need to return your purchase for a refund and place a new order.
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