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What does adidas stand for?Adolf named his company adidas after his own name, blending Adi (a nickname for Adolf) and the first part of his last name, Das(sler).
Can I wash my adidas sneakers?Depending on the style, it is possible to machine wash your mesh adidas sneakers. We recommend washing them with cold water on a delicate cycle with an extra rinse to remove lingering soap residue. Make sure to air dry and avoid putting your shoes in direct sunlight because it could change their colour and shape. A trick to keep the shape intact is to place a dry cotton towel inside each shoe to help them retain their shape as they dry.
Are adidas Stan Smith shoes unisex?Stan Smith is an adidas unisex style that comes in sizes for all genders but certain colorways may only come in a specific gender size run.
What does NMD stand for?NMD is short for "nomad". Given this silhouette is known to be an incredibly comfortable sneaker made for urban exploration, it was given the name "nomad" referring to the nomadic lifestyle of moving around frequently.
Are adidas Ultraboost worth it?The construction of the Ultraboost with the head-to-toe Boost sole and the Primeknit upper makes the Ultraboost beyond comparison the most comfortable and lightweight shoe out there. It is also very versatile as it is good for running and easy to style on a day-to-day basis. These great benefits definitely make it worth it!
Where to buy adidas sandals?Little Burgundy carries multiple colorways in the iconic adidas Adilette sandals. Come check out our collection at one of our store locations across Canada or right here on our website!
Are adidas NMD good running shoes?Combining Boost and Primeknit technology, the adidas NMD makes a great lifestyle everyday sneaker as it is comfortable and lightweight but the overall construction isn't made to support the motion of running.
What is adidas Primegreen?adidas Primegreen is a series of high-performance recycled materials featuring a 50% recycled upper in addition to an outsole made from rubber waste. The Primegreen collection is one of adidas' initiative to reach its goal of using 100% recycled polyester in its products by 2024.