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From the pitch to the street, this comfy hoody is a wardrobe essential. Ideal for working out or hanging out, this hoody features the classic adidas trefoil logo and a kangaroo pocket.

Extra wide ribbed waist and cuffs for a modern look. Soft fleece lining.

70/30 cotton/polyester. Imported.

A brand with a distinctive old-school feel, adidas Originals is a collection of casual sports apparel and is adidas' heritage line. The brand uses the iconic Trefoil logo, which first appeared in 1972. Inspired by adidas' signature 3-Stripes, the flower shape with three stripes running through symbolizes the brand's diversity. It was the corporate symbol until 1997, when the 3 Bars design was adopted. Today, pieces in the adidas Originals collection are based on fashion from the 1960s through the 1990s. From flat bill caps to graphic tees, and from track pants to crewneck sweats, the adidas Originals collection is made to be noticed.


Este hoody no puede faltar en tu guardarropa. Ideal para salir con las amigas, entrenar o simplemente mantenerte cómoda en casa. Viene con el logotipo clásico de adidas y bolsa de canguro. 70/30 algodón/poliéster. Importado.

Rules of the Game: Any of the other players may change places with the goalkeeper provided that the referee is informed before the change is made and the change is made during a stoppage in the match. Did you know a goal is three times as wide as it is tall?. Goalkeeper is the only position to be explicitly part of the rules of the game since they were codified in the 19th century. The mascots for the 2002 FIFA World Cup in Korea/Japan were futuristic, computer-generated creatures named Ato, Kaz and Nik. The team sponsored by Bethlehem Steel won four out of the first six US Open Cup tournaments- 1915, '16, '18 and '19.