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If you are a fan of Adidas clothing for women, here’re some facts that you should know about: Adidas’ history can be traced back to the 1920s where two brothers Adi and Rudolf Dassler started a small shoemaking business in the German state of Bavaria. Soon after they started, the two brothers fell out like many brothers do. Adi went on to create Adidas and Rudolf created Puma on the opposite side of their hometown’s river. Over the years, Adidas has been a massive part of countless sporting events, but they first made it big when they won the contract to provide the West German team’s boots. Since then, Adidas has kitted out countless athletes with their gear and has solidified a reputation as one of the world’s best quality sports clothing brands, making clothes for women as well as for men.
Adidas women’s clothing: good looking and comfortable
Adidas has a long history in sportswear but has recently put a massive focus on creating women’s clothing that is designed to both look good and perform to the highest standard. The likes of supermodel Karlie Kloss, DJ Hannah Bronfman and Women’s National Basketball Association’s Candace Parker have all helped propel Adidas forward to be one of the world’s most highly regarded sources of women’s sports clothing. Adidas is now taking the market by storm by creating women’s clothing especially for women instead of redesigning men’s clothing.