Where Are Adidas Trainers Made
Adidas trainers are made all over the world in numerous countries like Turkey, India, China, Vietnam, Thailand, and Indonesia.
Where does the name Adidas come from?
Adi Dassler made sports shoes in his mother’s scullery or laundry room in Herzogenaurach, Germany after his return from World War I. In July 1924, his older brother Rudolf joined the business, which became Dassler Brothers Shoe Factory. In 1949, Adolf named his new company adidas after his nickname Adi and his last name Dassler. So Adi Dassler became adidas. Rudolf did the same thing with his company name, calling his new company Ruda (Rudolf Dassler)
How do you tell if your Adidas shoes are fake?
Real authentic Adidas shoes will have a different serial number for the left and the right shoes. If the numbers match, the shoes are fake Adidas. Always inspect the product’s stitching. Authentic Adidas items will have tight stitching that is evenly spaced.
What materials are Adidas shoes made of?
The most commonly used sustainable materials are recycled polyester, recycled rubber, organic cotton, Better Cotton, Polylactic Acid (PLA), TENCELÂ® (a fibre made from wood pulp), and non-mulesed wool for apparel and leather.
Adidas first launched the boost in 2013. The boost was created in collaboration with German chemical company BASF. Thousands of foam capsules bonded using steam make up the boost.