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German sportswear label Adidas was originally founded in 1949 by shoe designer Adi Dassler who started the company designing footwear for athletes. Keeping that knowledge key to the brand’s defining ethos Adidas stands today as a major player in contemporary fashion. These black Black Friday track pants from Adidas feature a mid rise, an elasticated waistband, side pockets, a signature three stripe detail, an embroidered logo to the front, a tapered leg, elasticated cuffs and a regular length.
Designer colour: BLACK
Designer Style ID: DH5760
Farfetch ID: 13442675
Model's wearing: S
Model's wearing: S
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Adidas is a sportswear powerhouse with a global reputation for street-savvy design. The brand’s famous three-stripe motif has gained iconic status in popular culture, making it the largest sportswear manufacturer in Europe and the second-largest in the world.