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YEEZY QNTM BSKTBL Frozen Blue

YEEZY QNTM BSKTBL Frozen Blue

Our adidas YEEZY QNTM BSKTBL Frozen Blue video starts with a retraction. Why? Because the differences between the YZY QNTM and YZY BSKTBL are not clearly delineated by adidas, YEEZY brand, or Kanye West. We never got straight answers. The result? Some of Chris’ assertions in the previous adidas Yeezy QNTM video were incorrect. But now that Chris was finally

adidas Harden Vol 5

adidas Harden Vol 5

The adidas Harden Vol 5 is James Harden’s fifth signature shoe and the first adidas shoe to feature the new Futurenatural seamless construction method. It’s a huge departure from Harden’s previous shoes. Click play above to watch Chris’ initial impressions and comprehensive review.

adidas Harden Stepback 2

adidas Harden Stepback 2

The adidas Harden Stepback 2 is James Harden’s team shoe or takedown model that features the same design language as the upcoming Harden Vol 5. We reviewed the original adidas Harden Stepback in December 2019. How does the Harden Stepback 2 stack up versus the original?

adidas Pro Boost Low

adidas Pro Boost Low Performance Review

Bye Pro Bounce, hello adidas Pro Boost Low…plus Lightstrike. Does the change elevate Adidas to the top of the team basketball shoe category? Find out below as Bryan and Jalique share their experiences testing the adidas Pro Boost Low. After hearing what they have to say, you can decide for yourself who rules in the world of team basketball shoes.

adidas DON Issue 2 Performance Review

The adidas DON Issue 2 is the second signature shoe for Utah Jazz star Donovan Mitchell. It arrives after Mitchell averaged 36 points per game in his 2020 first round playoff series against the Denver Nuggets. In that series, Mitchell and fellow adidas athlete Jamal Murray ascended to new levels of NBA stardom. Can the shoe match up to the

adidas D Rose 11 Brenda

adidas D Rose 11

Derrick Rose’s career, with all its twists and turns, has brought him to the release of his 11th signature shoe, the adidas D Rose 11. This “soon to be released in the USA” shoe is already available overseas and Chris was lucky enough to be able to purchase a pair. Now you get his unfiltered thoughts on the latest entry

Yeezys

YEEZY QNTM BSKTBL Frozen Blue

YEEZY QNTM BSKTBL Frozen Blue

Our adidas YEEZY QNTM BSKTBL Frozen Blue video starts with a retraction. Why? Because the differences between the YZY QNTM and YZY BSKTBL are not clearly delineated by adidas, YEEZY brand, or Kanye West. We never got straight answers. The result? Some of Chris’ assertions in the previous adidas Yeezy QNTM video were incorrect. But now that Chris was finally

adidas Yeezy QNTM BSKTBL

adidas Yeezy QNTM

The adidas Yeezy QNTM BSKTBL has been the subject of a lot of intense debate. Is it a lifestyle shoe or a basketball shoe? Both the Yeezy brand and adidas haven’t offered any official answers. To add to the confusion, what the various sneaker blogs are saying doesn’t match up.

adidas Basketball Shoes

YEEZY QNTM BSKTBL Frozen Blue

YEEZY QNTM BSKTBL Frozen Blue

Our adidas YEEZY QNTM BSKTBL Frozen Blue video starts with a retraction. Why? Because the differences between the YZY QNTM and YZY BSKTBL are not clearly delineated by adidas, YEEZY brand, or Kanye West. We never got straight answers. The result? Some of Chris’ assertions in the previous adidas Yeezy QNTM video were incorrect. But now that Chris was finally

adidas Harden Vol 5

adidas Harden Vol 5

The adidas Harden Vol 5 is James Harden’s fifth signature shoe and the first adidas shoe to feature the new Futurenatural seamless construction method. It’s a huge departure from Harden’s previous shoes. Click play above to watch Chris’ initial impressions and comprehensive review.

adidas Harden Stepback 2

adidas Harden Stepback 2

The adidas Harden Stepback 2 is James Harden’s team shoe or takedown model that features the same design language as the upcoming Harden Vol 5. We reviewed the original adidas Harden Stepback in December 2019. How does the Harden Stepback 2 stack up versus the original?

adidas Pro Boost Low

adidas Pro Boost Low Performance Review

Bye Pro Bounce, hello adidas Pro Boost Low…plus Lightstrike. Does the change elevate Adidas to the top of the team basketball shoe category? Find out below as Bryan and Jalique share their experiences testing the adidas Pro Boost Low. After hearing what they have to say, you can decide for yourself who rules in the world of team basketball shoes.

adidas DON Issue 2 Performance Review

The adidas DON Issue 2 is the second signature shoe for Utah Jazz star Donovan Mitchell. It arrives after Mitchell averaged 36 points per game in his 2020 first round playoff series against the Denver Nuggets. In that series, Mitchell and fellow adidas athlete Jamal Murray ascended to new levels of NBA stardom. Can the shoe match up to the

adidas D Rose 11 Brenda

adidas D Rose 11

Derrick Rose’s career, with all its twists and turns, has brought him to the release of his 11th signature shoe, the adidas D Rose 11. This “soon to be released in the USA” shoe is already available overseas and Chris was lucky enough to be able to purchase a pair. Now you get his unfiltered thoughts on the latest entry

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History of adidas

Adidas is a German shoe and sportswear brand founded and headquartered in Herzogenaurach. Adidas is the largest sportswear brand and manufacturer in Europe, and the second-largest in the world, behind Nike. 

The adidas Group currently owns Reebok, the iconic sportswear company, a small ownership stake in the German football club Bayern Munich, and Runtastic, an Austrian fitness technology company. 

The company was founded by Adolf Dassler and originally operated out of his mother’s house. Adolf’s older brother Rudolf joined him in 1924 and the Dassler Brothers Shoe Factory was born.

Dassler assisted in the creation of spiked running shoes and switched out the traditional metal spikes for rubber, making the shoe lighter and better suited for competition. Dassler actually convinced the great Jesse Owens to use his shoes during the 1936 Summer Olympics.

Then, in 1949, the two brothers had a falling-out and Rudolf left the company. Rudolf would go on to create another shoe brand you might have heard of: Puma. Adolf would end up changing the company’s name to adidas and the brothers would continue their feud for the rest of their lives. 

The adidas logo which consists of three stripes was actually purchased in 1952 from a Finnish sports company by the name of Karhu Sports for the equivalent of $1,897 euros and two bottles of whiskey. Awesome!