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About adidas shoe brand
Adidas was founded by Adolf (Adi) Dassler, who was originally a shoemaker. Adidas was originally a shoemaker in Herzogenaurach, Bavaria (Bayer) of Germany, after being taught by his father Chistopher Dassler to take over the family shoe factory, in 1924 his brother Rudolf Dassler (the morning man). establishes Puma) participates in and founded Gebrüder Dassler Schuhfabrik (Dassler Brothers Shoe Factory).
With the love of sports, Adolf’s design takes sport as the core, and always improves to serve the best sports player. Within a short time, the Dassler Brothers’ Shoe Shop had its first great achievements such as professional football shoes, athletic shoes, … At the 1928 Summer Olympics, Dassler equipped several athletes. members, laying the foundation for the company’s expansion into the international market. By the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin, this was a historic milestone for Adi Dassler and his shoe company when the American athlete Jesse Owens put on his shoes and won four gold medals and broke five centuries. world continent in that year’s Olympics. Business was favorable, World War II broke out and brought events for Dassler business. The Dassler brothers split up to make their own, while Rudolf founded the Puma brand and his younger brother founded adidas after his nickname (Adi Dassler).
Referring to adidas with its three-striped brand name was once used by athletes in classics and football. Especially the Word Cup in 1962 when adidas shoes dominated this word cup. So what are the most popular adidas sneaker models, let’s find TrungSneaker !!
Adidas and genuine shoe models
The Adidas Samba is Adidas’ best-selling shoe of all time, behind only the adidas Stan Smith, which was originally designed to assist footballers in training in icy weather. Then there is a design used for street wear because the classic 1950’s old school style unintentionally shaped the design for all later sneakers.
Adidas Stan Smith
In 1971, Adidas Stan Smith was born and immediately created a global phenomenon, which represents the youthful and modern ‘sporty’ style. Adidas Stan Smith soon crossed the line of a shoe just for playing tennis.