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Fresh design never goes out of style

We're kickin' it old school in this cute T-shirt from adidas. Comfy cap-sleeve tee with scoop neckline and retro adidas graphics printed on the front. 95/5 cotton/spandex.

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.


Camiseta retro para dama hecha por adidas con mangas y escote femeninos, además de gráficos impresos al frente. 95/5 algodón/spandex. (Hecha en Honduras).

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