The Adidas brand
Adidas Originals is an originally German company from Herzogenaurach. When the two brothers Adolf and Rudolf Dassler started manufacturing shoes in the 1920s, they were initially intended for gymnastics. Later, the company became increasingly successful; at the 1936 Olympics, Jesse Owens won four gold medals on Dassler shoes. However, the brothers had some disagreements, so they both went their separate ways. Adolf founded Adidas in 1949, while his brother Rudolf started Puma on the other side of town.

The brand quickly achieved success with their technical shoes, especially in football. In all those years, several models were released. Today, the collection consists of much more than just shoes.

Adidas sneakers
Adidas is mainly known for its trainers and running shoes. The trainers can often be recognised by the three stripes. The brand focuses on shoe comfort, there are regular innovative developments to keep the quality of the shoes as high as possible. Adidas has a number of classic models, such as the Superstar. Other popular models include Supercourt, Continental 80 and SC Premiere. In addition, the flip-flops, Adilette, have also become indispensable on the streets these days. Of course with matching Adidas socks. The models available at Sunika are the Rivalry HI and Low, CL Response, Campus 00'S, Gazelle, Samba and many more.

Frequently asked questions about Adidas

What does Adidas stand for?

Adidas is named after its founder, Adolf (Adi) Dassler.

When was Adidas founded?
Adidas was founded in 1949. Adidas Originals is originally a German company. Two brothers, Adolf and Rudolf Dassler, started manufacturing shoes in the 1920s. The company became increasingly successful. But the relationship between the brothers deteriorated. They both decided to go their separate ways. Adolf founded Adidas in 1949, while his brother Rudolf started Puma on the other side of town.

Is Adidas sustainable?
Adidas strives to become an even more sustainable company and takes new measures every year to achieve this goal. Want to know which brands are completely sustainable though? Then check out MoEa and Corail on our website.

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