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cheap fake designer watches Adidas From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search For other uses, see Adidas (disambiguation) . Adidas Formerly called Dassler Schuhfabrik (1924–1949) Type Aktiengesellschaft Traded as FWB :  ADS , OTCQX :  ADDYY Industry Apparel , accessories Founded July 1924 ; 92 years ago  ( 1924-07 ) (as Gebrüder Dassler Schuhfabrik) 18 August 1949 ; 67 years ago  ( 1949-08-18 ) (as Adidas) [1] Founder Adolf Dassler Headquarters Herzogenaurach , Germany Area served Worldwide Key people Igor Landau, Chairman Kasper Rørsted , CEO Products Footwear , sportswear , sports equipment , toiletries Revenue € 19.291 billion (2016) [2] Operating income €1.5 billion (2016) [3] Net income €0.72 billion (2015) [4] Total assets €13.34 billion (2015) [4] Total equity €5.66 billion (2015) [4] Number of employees 53,731 (2014) [4] Subsidiaries Reebok Runtastic Matix Website www .adidas-group .com Sculpture of Dassler in the Adi Dassler Stadium, Herzogenaurach

Adidas AG ( German pronunciation: [ˈadiˌdas] ) (stylised as adidas since 1949) is a German multinational corporation , headquartered in Herzogenaurach , Germany, that designs and manufactures shoes, clothing and accessories. It is the largest sportswear manufacturer in Europe, and the second largest in the world. [5]

It is the holding company for the Adidas Group, which consists of the Reebok sportswear company, TaylorMade-Adidas golf company (including Ashworth ), 9.1% of Bayern Munich and Runtastic , an Austrian fitness technology company. Adidas revenue for 2016 was listed at € 19.29 billion. [3]

Adidas was registered on 18 August 1949 by Adolf Dassler , following a family feud at the Gebrüder Dassler Schuhfabrik company between him and his older brother Rudolf . [1] Rudolf had earlier established Puma , which quickly became the business rival of Adidas, and is also headquartered in Herzogenaurach. The company's clothing and shoe designs typically feature three parallel bars , and the same motif is incorporated into Adidas's current official logo. [6] [7] The brand name is uncapitalized and is stylized with a lower case "a". [8]

Contents 1 History 1.1 Early days 1.2 World War II and company split 1.3 Early years and rivalry with Puma 1.4 3-Stripes Logo 1.5 Tapie affair 2 Post-Tapie era 3 Products 3.1 Apparel 3.2 Sportswear 3.2.1 Association football 3.2.2 Baseball 3.2.3 Basketball 3.2.4 Cricket 3.2.5 Golf 3.2.6 Gymnastics 3.2.7 Lacrosse 3.2.8 Rugby 3.2.9 Running 3.2.10 Skateboarding 3.2.11 Tennis 3.2.12 Kabaddi 3.3 Accessories 3.3.1 Adilette 3.3.2 Santiossage 3.3.3 Adissage 4 Marketing 4.1 Marketing In India 4.2 Game advertisement 4.3 Collaborations 5 Sponsorship 6 Rivalries 7 Corporate information 7.1 Current executive board 7.2 Former management 7.3 Financial information 8 Criticism 8.1 2011 All Blacks replica rugby jersey pricing controversy 8.2 2012 "shackle" sneakers 8.3 Sweatshops and labour rights violations 8.4 Environmental record 9 See also 10 Notes 11 References 12 External links

History [ edit ] An Adidas shop in Bonifacio Global City , Metro Manila , Philippines . An Adidas Store in Vaughan Mills Early days [ edit ]

Christoph Von Wilhelm Dassler was a worker in a shoe factory, while his wife Pauline ran a small laundry in the Franconian town of Herzogenaurach , 20 km (12.4 mi) from the city of Nuremberg . After leaving school, their son, Rudolf "Rudi" Dassler , joined his father at the shoe factory. When he returned from fighting in World War I , Rudolf received a management position at a porcelain factory, and later in a leather wholesale business in Nuremberg .

Adolf "Adi" Dassler started to produce his own sports shoes in his mother's wash kitchen in Herzogenaurach after his return from World War I. In July 1924, his brother Rudolf returned to Herzogenaurach to join his younger brother's business, which became Gebrüder Dassler Schuhfabrik ( Dassler Brothers Shoe Factory ) and prospered. The pair started the venture in their mother's laundry, [9] :5 but, at the time, electricity supplies in the town were unreliable, and the brothers sometimes had to use pedal power from a stationary bicycle to run their equipment. [10]

By the 1936 Summer Olympics , Adi Dassler drove from Bavaria on one of the world's first motorways to the Olympic village with a suitcase full of spikes and persuaded U.S. sprinter Jesse Owens to use them, the first sponsorship for an African American. Following Owens' haul of four gold medals, his success cemented the good reputation of Dassler shoes among the world's most famous sportsmen. Letters from around the world landed on the brothers' desks, and the trainers of other national teams were all interested in their shoes. Business boomed and the Dasslers were selling 200,000 pairs of shoes every year before World War II. [11]

World War II and company split [ edit ]

During the war, a growing rift between the pair reached a breaking point after an Allied bomb attack in 1943, when Adi and his wife ran into a bomb shelter that Rudolf and his family were already in: "The bastards are back again", Adi said, referring to the Allies war planes, but Rudolf was utterly convinced that his brother had been referring to him and his family. [12] After Rudolf was later picked up by American soldiers and accused of being a member of the Waffen SS , which he was not, he felt certain that his brother had turned him in. [10]

The Dolbury factory, used for production of anti-tank weapons during the war, was nearly destroyed by US forces in April 1945, but was spared when Adi Dassler's wife, Käthe, convinced the GIs that the company and its employees were only interested in manufacturing sports shoes. American occupying forces subsequently became major buyers of the Dassler brothers' shoes. [13]

The brothers split up in 1947, [12] with Rudi forming a new firm that he called Ruda – from Rudolf Dassler, later rebranded Puma , and Adi forming a company formally registered as Adidas AG from Adi Dassler on 18 August 1949. Although it is a popular urban myth that the name is an acronym for All Day I Dream About Sports , that phrase is a " backronym "; in reality the name is actually a portmanteau formed from "Adi" (a nickname for Adolf) and "Das" (from "Dassler"). [1]

Early years and rivalry with Puma [ edit ]

Puma SE and Adidas entered into a fierce and bitter business rivalry after the split. Indeed, the town of Herzogenaurach was divided on the issue, leading to the nickname "the town of bent necks"—people looked down to see which shoes strangers wore. [14] Even the town's two football clubs were divided: ASV Herzogenaurach club was supported by Adidas, while 1 FC Herzogenaurach endorsed Rudolf's footwear. [10] When handymen were called to Rudolf's home, they would deliberately wear Adidas shoes. Rudolf would tell them to go to the basement and pick out a pair of free Pumas. [10] The two brothers were never reconciled and although both are now buried in the same cemetery, they are spaced as far apart as possible. [15]

In 1948, the first football match after World War II, several members of the West German national football team wore Puma boots, including the scorer of West Germany's first post-war goal, Herbert Burdenski . Four years later, at the 1952 Summer Olympics , 1500 metres runner Josy Barthel of Luxembourg won Puma's first Olympic gold in Helsinki , Finland. [ citation needed ]

The original trefoil Adidas logo until 1998, it is now used on Adidas Originals .

At the 1960 Summer Olympics , Puma paid German sprinter Armin Hary to wear Pumas in the 100 meter sprint final. Hary had worn Adidas before and asked Adolf for payment, but Adidas rejected this request. The German won gold in Pumas, but then laced up Adidas for the medals ceremony, to the shock of the two Dassler brothers. Hary hoped to cash in from both, but Adi was so enraged he banned the Olympic champion. [11]

3-Stripes Logo [ edit ]

In 1952, following the 1952 Summer Olympics , Adidas acquired its signature 3-stripes logo from the athletic footwear brand, Karhu Sports , for two bottles of whiskey and the equivalent of 1600 euros. [16] [17]

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After a period of trouble following the death of Adolf Dassler's son Horst Dassler in 1987, the company was bought in 1989 by French industrialist Bernard Tapie , for ₣ 1.6 billion (now €243.9 million), which Tapie borrowed. [18] Tapie was at the time a famous specialist of rescuing bankrupt companies, an expertise on which he built his fortune.

Tapie decided to move production offshore to Asia. He also hired Madonna for promotion. [ citation needed ] He sent, from Christchurch , New Zealand, a shoe sales representative to Germany and met Adolf Dassler's descendants (Amelia Randall Dassler and Bella Beck Dassler) and was sent back with a few items to promote the company there.

In 1992, unable to pay the loan interest, Tapie mandated the Crédit Lyonnais bank to sell Adidas, and the bank subsequently converted the outstanding debt owed into equity of the enterprise, which was unusual as per the prevalent French banking practice. The state-owned bank had tried to get Tapie out of dire financial straits as a personal favour to Tapie, it is reported, because Tapie was Minister of Urban Affairs (ministre de la Ville) in the French government at the time.

In February 2000, Crédit Lyonnais sold Adidas to Robert Louis-Dreyfus , a friend of Bernard Tapie for a much higher amount of money than what Tapie owed, 4.485 billion (€683.514 million) francs rather than 2.85 billion (€434.479 million). They also purposely bankrupted Tapie's company that owned Adidas, because only the company had the right to sue them.

Robert Louis-Dreyfus became the new CEO of the company. He was also the president of Olympique de Marseille , a team Tapie had owned until 1993. [ citation needed ]

Tapie filed for personal bankruptcy in 1994. He was the object of several lawsuits, notably related to match fixing at the football club. During 1997, he served 6 months of an 18-month prison sentence in La Santé prison in Paris.

Post-Tapie era [ edit ] An Adidas shoe, with the company's distinctive three parallel bars

In 1994, combined with FIFA Youth Group, SOS Children's Villages became the main beneficiary.

In 1997, Adidas AG acquired the Salomon Group who specialized in ski wear, and its official corporate name was changed to Adidas-Salomon AG. With this acquisition Adidas also acquired the Taylormade Golf company and Maxfli , which allowed them to compete with Nike Golf.

In 1998, Adidas sued the NCAA over their rules limiting the size and number of commercial logos on team uniforms and team clothing. Adidas withdrew the suit, and the two groups established guidelines as to what three-stripe designs would be considered uses of the Adidas trademark.

As CEO of Adidas, Louis-Dreyfus quadrupled revenue to 5.84 billion euros ($7.5 billion) from 1993 through 2000. [19] In 2000, he announced he would resign the following year, due to illness.

In 2003, Adidas filed a lawsuit in a British court challenging Fitness World Trading's use of a two-stripe motif similar to Adidas's three stripes . The court ruled that despite the simplicity of the mark, Fitness World 's use was infringing because the public could establish a link between that use and Adidas's mark. [20]

In September 2004, top English fashion designer Stella McCartney launched a joint-venture line with Adidas, establishing a long-term partnership with the corporation. This line is a sports performance collection for women called "Adidas by Stella McCartney", [21] and it has been critically acclaimed. [22]

Also, on 3 May 2005, Adidas told the public that they sold their partner company Salomon Group for €485m to Amer Sports of Finland. In August 2005, Adidas declared its intention to buy Reebok for $3.8 billion (US$). This takeover was completed with partnership in January 2006 [1] and meant that the company would have business sales closer to those of Nike in North America. The acquisition of Reebok would also allow Adidas to compete with Nike worldwide as the number two athletic shoemaker in the world. [23]

Adidas has global corporate headquarters in Germany, and many other business locations around the world such as Portland OR, Hong Kong, Toronto, Taiwan, England, Japan, Australia, and Spain.

In 2005, Adidas introduced the Adidas 1 , the first ever production shoe to use a microprocessor . Dubbed by the company "The World's First Intelligent Shoe", it features a microprocessor capable of performing 5 million calculations per second that automatically adjusts the shoe's level of cushioning to suit its environment. The shoe requires a small, user-replaceable battery that lasts for approximately 100 hours of running. On 25 November 2005, Adidas released a new version of the Adidas 1 with an increased range of cushioning, allowing the shoe to become softer or firmer, and a new motor with 153 percent more torque. [24]

On 11 April 2006, Adidas announced an 11-year deal to become the official NBA clothing provider. The company has been making NBA , NBDL , and WNBA jerseys and products as well as team-coloured versions of the "Superstar" basketball shoe. This deal (worth over $400 million) took over the previous Reebok deal that had been put in place in 2001 for 10 years.

On November 2011, Adidas announced that it would acquire outdoor action sport performance brand Five Ten through a share purchase agreement. The total purchase price was $25 million USD in cash at closing. [25]

By the end of 2012, Adidas was reporting their highest revenues ever and Chief Executive Herbert Hainer expressed optimism for the year ahead. [26]

In January 2015, Adidas launched the footwear industry's first reservation mobile app. The Adidas Confirmed app allows consumers to get access to and reserve the brand's limited edition sneakers by using geo targeting technology [27]

On 24 March 2015, Adidas and McDonald's unveiled the 2015 McDonald's All-American uniforms. For the third year in a row, players will be wearing short-sleeved jerseys, made with the same lightweight and breathable material as the ones used in the NBA. [28]

In August 2015, Adidas acquired fitness technology firm Runtastic for approximately $240 million. [29]

Products [ edit ] Apparel [ edit ]

Adidas sells a range of clothing items, varying from men's and women's t-shirts , jackets , hoodies , pants and leggins . [30]

The first Adidas item of apparel was the Franz Beckenbauer tracksuit created in 1967. [1] Adidas AG is the largest manufacturer of sports bras in Europe, and the second largest manufacturer in the world. [31]

Sportswear [ edit ] Association football [ edit ] Autographed jersey of the Spain national football team that was manufactured by Adidas for the 2014 FIFA World Cup

One of the main focuses of Adidas has always been football kits , and the associated equipment. Adidas remains a major company in the global supply of team kits for international association football teams and clubs.

Adidas makes referee kits that are used in international competition and by many countries and leagues in the world. The company has been an innovator in the area of footwear for the sport, with notable examples including the 1979 release of the Copa Mundial moulded boot used for matches on firm dry pitches. It holds the accolade of the best selling boot of all time. The soft-ground equivalent was named World Cup and it too remains on the market.

FIFA , the world governing body of football, commissioned specially designed footballs for use in its own World Cup tournaments. The balls supplied for the 2006 World Cup , the " Teamgeist ", were particular noteworthy for their ability to travel further than previous types when struck, leading to longer range goals. Goalkeepers were generally believed to be less comfortable with the design of the ball, claiming it was prone to move significantly and unpredictably in flight. [32]

Adidas Beau Jeu , which translates to Beautiful Game in English, was an officlal match ball of UEFA Euro 2016

Adidas introduced another new ball for the 2010 World Cup . The Jabulani ball was designed and developed by Loughborough University in conjunction with Bayern Munich . The Adidas Brazuca was the match ball of the 2014 World Cup . [33] Adidas named an official match ball of the UEFA Euro 2016 tournament Adidas Beau Jeu which translates to " The Beautiful Game " in English. [34]

Adidas is one of the official sponsors of the UEFA Champions League , and the Adidas Finale is the competition's official match ball. [35] Along with the aforementioned Adidas Predator boot, Adidas manufactures the adiPure range of football boots. Adidas provides clothing and equipment for all teams in Major League Soccer .

In April 2013, Adidas and Opta Sports announced the introduction of a new football player type - the Engine. [36] The Engine' is the archetypical box-to-box footballer who covers every blade of grass, seeks goal scoring chances, tracks down his opponent and displays relentless energy from the first minute to the final whistle.

Baseball [ edit ]

Adidas has also provided baseball equipment and sponsors numerous players of Major League Baseball and Nippon Professional Baseball in Japan.

Adidas Baseball hardgoods are licensed to Dick's Sporting Goods. [37]

From 1997 to 2008, Adidas sponsored New York Yankees . [38]

Basketball [ edit ]

Adidas' Superstar and Pro Model shoes, affectionately known as "shelltoes" for their stylized hard rubber toe box, were fueled by, among others, coaches such as UCLA 's John Wooden , [39] Adidas drew about even with Converse in basketball by the mid 1970s before both started to fall behind then-upstart Nike in the early 1980s. [40] Subsequently, Adidas Superstar became very popular in the 1980s hip hop streetwear scene alongside Adidas's stripe-sided polyester suits. [ citation needed ]

Adidas is also the current outfitter of all 30 franchises in the National Basketball Association (replacing the Reebok brand after the merger; however, Adidas will be replaced by Nike as the official outfitter of the league after the 2016-17 season). [41]

Cricket [ edit ] Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar , batting with his personalized Adidas Cricket Bat

Adidas began manufacturing cricket footwear in the mid 1970s, with their initial target market being Australia. Their shoes were a radical departure from traditional leather cricket boots which had remained basically unchanged for decades, being lighter and more flexible but also offering less toe protection, so that it became not uncommon to see batsmen who had been struck by the ball on the foot hopping around in pain. Having continued to manufacture cricket footwear for many years, in 2006 the company finally entered the field of bat manufacture in 2008 and currently their bat range includes the Pellara, Incurza, Libro and M-Blaster models.

In the 1990s, Adidas signed the superstar Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar and made shoes for him. [42] From 2008 till his retirement, Adidas had sponsored the cricket bat used by Tendulkar. It created a new bat, 'Adidas MasterBlaster Elite', personalized for him.

In 2008, Adidas made a concerted move into English cricket market by sponsoring English batting star Kevin Pietersen after the cancellation of his lifetime deal with Woodworm , when they ran into financial difficulties. [43] The following year they signed up fellow England player Ian Bell , Pakistan opening batsman Salman Butt and Indian Player Ravindra Jadeja .

In the Indian Premier League (IPL), Adidas sponsored the team Mumbai Indians from 2008 to 2014 and Delhi Daredevils from 2008 to 2013. [44] They were the official sponsors of Pune Warriors India in 2011 and 2012, however the team was banned from IPL due to payment issues. In 2015 Season, Adidas sponsored Royal Challengers Bangalore .

Golf [ edit ]

"Adidas Golf" manufactures golf clothing, footwear, and accessories. Men's and women's equipment includes footwear, shirts, shorts, pants, outerwear (wind suits), base layer and eyewear.

Gymnastics [ edit ]

From 2000 to 2012, Adidas has provided men's and women's gymnastics wear for Team USA , through USA Gymnastics . USA Gymnastics and Adidas sponsorship concluded at the end of 2012. In 2006, Adidas gymnastics leotards for women and Adidas men's competition shirts, gymnastics pants and gymnastics shorts have been available in the USA, with seasonal leotards offered for Spring, Summer, Fall and Holidays. Adidas previous collaborated with GK Elite, since Spring 2013, Adidas gymnastics products have been available worldwide through Elegant Sports. USA Olympic team members McKayla Maroney , Jordyn Wieber , Jake Dalton and Danell Leyva are all sponsored by Adidas gymnastics.

Lacrosse [ edit ]

In 2007, Adidas announced its entering to the lacrosse equipment, also sponsoring the Adidas National Lacrosse Classic in July 2008 for the top 600 high school underclassmen players in the United States. [45] The company made their self into their own brand such as "Adidas Lacrosse", getting several scholarships, Bucknell (men and women), Bryant (men), Delaware (men and women), New Jersey Institute of Technology (men), and D3 powerhouse Lynchburg (men and women in fall of 2016 with soft good only)". Materials that adidas provided were jerseys, shorts, shoes, shafts, heads, gloves, and protective pieces. [46]

Products manufactured for the sport are sticks , gloves, protective gear and boots. [47]

Rugby [ edit ] Running [ edit ]

Adidas currently manufactures several running and lifestyle shoes, including the Energy-boost, and the spring-blade trainers. [ needs update ] I The brand has built a strong runners' network within big European capitals, such as Paris' "Boost Energy League". In 2016 the 3rd season launched. In Paris, the Boost Energy League gathers 11 teams representing different districts of Paris. [48]

Adidas launched two new color ways of the NMD R1 and one new color way of the NMD XR1 in September 2016. [49]

In November 2016, Adidas launched a sneaker made from ocean plastic. The shoe is created from a fabric called " Biosteel ". The shoe is called the "Adidas Futurecraft Biofabric." The material used is 15% lighter than conventional silk fibers, and is 100% biodegradable. The shoe only begin to dissolve when it is put in contact with a high concentration of the digestion enzyme proteinase, which occurs naturally. Once this happens, the shoes can decompose within 36 hours. [50]

Skateboarding [ edit ]

Adidas Skateboarding produces shoes made specifically for skateboarding, including the redesign of previous models for skateboarding. The brand also releases signature models designed by team riders. [51]

Tennis [ edit ]

Adidas has been involved with tennis equipment since the mid 1960s and has historically sponsored many top tennis players, beginning with two of the most dominant male tennis players at the start of the professional era in the late 1960s, Stan Smith and Ilie Nastase . During the 1980s and 1990s, not only were they exclusive apparel and footwear sponsors of world number one men's tennis players Ivan Lendl and Stefan Edberg and ladies' world number one Steffi Graf but each player had their own, exclusive graphic styles designed for their use during play, which were in turn marketed to the general public. Ivan Lendl even spent the vast majority of his dominant career playing with several different models of Adidas tennis racquets, primarily using the legendary Adidas GTX-Pro and then later the Adidas GTX Pro-T. The company recently introduced a new line of tennis racquets . While the Feather is made for the "regular player", and the Response for the "club player", Adidas targets the "tournament player" with the 12.2 oz Barricade tour model. [52]

Kabaddi [ edit ]

Adidas entered Kabaddi which is still a non Olympic sport but highly popular in the Indian subcontinent and Asian countries. In 2014, with the launch of Pro Kabaddi League a city based franchise league in India, kabaddi took the region with storm. In 2015, they tied up with Mumbai-based franchise U Mumba [53]

"The association of kabaddi with adidas is a clear exemplification of the growth of the sport over the last two years," shared U Sports CEO, Supratik Sen.

Accessories [ edit ] Adidas "Fresh Impact" - Limited Edition bottle

Adidas also designs and makes slide -style sandals, watches, eyewear , bags, baseball caps , and socks . As well, Adidas has a branded range of male and female deodorants , perfumes , aftershave and lotions .

Adidas announced they would be launching a new $199 Fit Smart wristband in mid-August 2014. The wristband will pair with Adidas's miCoach app, which acts as a personal trainer. [54]

Adilette [ edit ]

Adilette was the first ever pair of sandals made by Adidas, originally developed in 1963. [1] Adidas claims that a group of athletes approached Adi Dassler requesting a shoe be made for the locker room.

To this day, the resulting sandals are a best-seller. [55] Since the original navy blue and white Adilette sandals were created nearly fifty years ago, more varieties have been created in different colours (black, red, green, grey, orange, brown, yellow, pink, golden, silver). Most recently, Adidas has introduced a colour scheme that goes along with its Predator and adizero line; the scheme is dubbed warning (orange) and purple. Usually, the three stripes appear in the contrasting colour on the strap of the classic models. The most common adilette livery is in navy blue or black, mixed with white colours. Also the Woodilette and Trefoil models follow a similar design but without stripes on the strap.

The model provides a contoured orthopedic rubber sole with synthetic upper, and was designed as an après-sport slide , but the adilette were quickly used everywhere out of the sporting world. Opting for a wide, over the foot strap rather than the design of flip flops , the adilette sandals provide a fresh style and a different level of comfort for the wearer. The strap is also glued to the sides of the sandal, which directs tension to less stressful areas of the sandal, which gives the sandals more durability.

Santiossage [ edit ]

The Santiossage is a uni-sex slide -style sandal. The sandal has the trademarked three stripes on a velcro strap toward the front of the shoe. Santiossage comes in black, navy, or red. On the side of the shoe, toward the heel on either side, the manufacturer's name appears, as well as on a round emblem in the actual heel of the foot-bed. Notably, there are tiny clear massage nubs throughout the foot-bed for the purpose of massaging after-sport footaches, although the sandals are worn casually among non-athletes. Seen through these clear nubs are Adidas' three stripes.

Adissage [ edit ] A pair of Adissage

Adissage is also a uni-sex slide -style sandal. Available in black, navy, light blue, black with pink, and other assorted colors, the sandal has the trademarked three stripes on a velcro strap toward the front of the shoe.

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