Among all the popular brands of attire especially as it relates to sports, Adidas is my favorite and first choice. I own many articles of clothing and sneakers of their product offerings. The Adidas – Sports and Style app has just made my life a little easier and perhaps, costlier. As you would assume, the app is rising in popularity among the apps Adidas offers.
The app is simple in its format. The home page features offerings such as newly released apparel and other highlights such as their recently established sponsorship of the NHL for the 2017-18 season. You might even get a glimpse of the new Yeezy line. The real “meat and potatoes” of the app lies in the shopping. Tap the shoe icon, and you can shop for shoes, apparel, and accessories for men, women, and kids. Each category can be further refined for your particular interest or use the search option if you have some keywords in mind. There is an extensive list of shoe offerings, but probably not as expansive and diverse as other shopping apps for shoes or should I say “sneakers.” My bias is towards shoes, but I would encourage you to browse through the apparel and accessories. There is a nice presentation of hoodie offerings (also an apparel preference of mine). You probably won’t find a lot of draw dropping deals or discounts, but I imagine you will find something(s) you just can’t pass up, and items which will never make it to the store or outlet mall. You will be required to log in or register to purchase items and enable full access to the app. There are no pop-up or annoying ads as the Adidas brand pretty much sells itself.
In conclusion, if you are an Adidas aficionado like myself or a shopaholic, in general, you may find yourself spending a lot of time browsing the product selection as the variety is outstanding. Frankly, I am going to conclude this article at this point as I don’t feel it is necessitated to exhaust anymore effort to market for them without being on their payroll. Happy Shopping!