Black Friday: Swimming articles

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Special deals on Black Friday swimming articles

Black Friday is one of the biggest days of the year to get reduced prices on your favourite brands. Snap up Black Friday discounts on swimming articles at adidas, which includes swimwear and accessories for adults, teens, and kids. Whether you’re doing laps of the pool, swimming in the ocean, trying your hand at SUP or building sandcastles on the beach, adidas has a great collection to suit your needs. Men can select from quick-drying board shorts and swimming trunks in a range of different lengths. Women have a wide choice, including athletic swimsuits for training and flattering bikinis for fun in the sun. Available in bright colours, bold graphics and colour-block designs, the Badge of Sport and contrast 3-Stripes add a touch of sporty style.

Sustainable swimwear on sale

If it is time to update your swimwear collection, you can find great bargains on swimming articles at the Black Friday sales. The wide range of designs by adidas are versatile and sustainable. To save resources and decrease emissions, adidas swimwear is constructed from a blend of fabrics including recycled polyester and regenerated nylon made from recycled fishing nets. Some adidas Black Friday swimming articles are also made from Infinitex+, performance chlorine-resistant fabric, elastane for the right amount of stretch, or have a PFC-free water-repellent finish for added durability.

Black Friday discounts on swimwear accessories

Hit the beach or pool with adidas accessories, such as plush towels in a range of different sizes, and quick-drying slides with a comfortable footbed and iconic bandage-style upper. Perfect for changing-room showers, strolling to the beach, or lounging around at home, adidas slides and flip flops are a perennial favourite, whether you’re poolside or on the sand. Collaborations with top designers and sports teams broadens the range of swimwear, so you can opt for styles featuring your favourite football team or by coveted designers such as Stella McCartney.