Good morning, .It's 7 A.M. The weather in Malibu is 72 degrees with scattered clouds. The surf conditions are fair with waist to shoulder highlines, high tide will be at 10:52 a.m.
Regular fit is not tight and not loose, the perfect in-between fit, Stand-up collar, Long sleeves, Composition: 100% Nylon plain weave, Kangaroo pocket, Half zip, Detachable hood, Adjustable hem, Color: Black/Green
This sport-meets-street collection is rooted in '90s sportswear. Branded tape adds an unexpected update to classic details. In the '90s, designs with big logos ruled the street. This track jacket captures the spirit of that era with branded tape that runs across the chest, from cuff to cuff. It's made of smooth and lightweight plain weave. The detachable hood lets you shift gears with the weather.
Adidas was founded in 1924 in Germany by two bothers Adi and Rudolf Dassler. The company was first named Dassler shoes and later became Adidas. By the Dassler shoes being seen in the Olympics this really helped the company get it’s name known. However, in 1948 Rudolf Dassler leaves to start his own company which is now known as Puma. Once Rudolf left his brother came up with the famous three stripes logo and changed the name to Adidas. The 3 stripes were created to keep the foot stable, but ended up being the logo. Throughout the years Adidas was seen in the Olympics, and it was the leading brand making their shoes highly sought after by Olympic athletes. In 1978, Adi Dassler passed at age 78 and his wife Kathe ran the company. Six years later Kathe passed and the company was left for their son Horst Dassler to run, and three years later Horst passed at age 51. After Horst’s death Adidas ran into some major financial problems, and later Bernard Tapie comes to make an attempt to save the company.