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Tie dye

 
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Evoke some retro vibes in classic tie dye sports casual wear

Discover subtly blended colours in recycled polyester fabrics with our fashionable and functional tie dye tops and shorts. We have running tank tops and t-shirts that sport moisture-absorbing AEROREADY technology and are fully reflective all round for high visibility when you're out training, especially in low light conditions. Our range of similarly styled casual running shoes comes in novel colour combinations and features EVA cushioned soles and mesh uppers. Our Forgedmesh technology creates responsive and flexible trainers that virtually mould themselves to your feet. Canvas court and skate shoes are there too, and you'll even find adidas sliders in subtle shades that capture this nostalgic fashion style.

Tie dye clothes that you can use in many different ways

Road runners especially will benefit from the visibility that our tie dye t-shirts provide, as well as from the additional reflective strips on our running shorts and leggings. All of our tops and bottoms use sophisticated breathable fabrics to help keep you fresh when you're training. They absorb sweat build-up, keeping you cool and dry. You'll feel more comfortable and enjoy your fitness routine more as a result. Our training tights and leggings have the same capabilities, while also giving you flexible support with a slightly elasticised effect that lends extra flexibility. Our classic adidas trainers will help you boost your training performance, as well as providing extra comfort and support, no matter what activity you choose. And they'll make a fashion statement when you wear them casually too.

Choose what you want to do with adidas tie dye clothing

What makes the entire adidas range so special is its versatility. Use the sports oriented tops, shorts and leggings for general fitness training – anywhere from pounding the pavements and country lanes to the training track or gym. At the same time, you can slip into one of these t-shirts with a pair of jeans and grab your adidas trainers to meet friends for coffee. Come summer time, a pair of tie dye sliders couldn't be more perfect companions, indoors or out.

On-trend activewear: Exuberant tie-dye

The adidas range of activewear includes tie-dye apparel in different colours and styles, from bright rainbow swirls to subdued pastels. Lightweight running tights and shorts for men and women include tie-dyed panels in bold and brilliant colours that add a cheery note to your workout gear. Breathable adidas t-shirts and tank tops also feature tie-dye designs for running, playing team sports or training at the gym. The adidas range of trainers and slides are also available in muted pastel hues that nevertheless evoke the essence of tie-dye.

Stay original in adidas tie-dye

More than merely a pattern, tie-dye is a symbol of individualism and innovation. Although tie-dye is most commonly associated with the counterculture movements of the 1960s, when it was used to as a symbol of creativity and self-expression, the history of this design technique dates back to the 6th century, when people used natural dyes from plants to colour their clothing. Tie-dying was also popular during the 1920s as a way to inexpensively decorate homes and clothing. One of the most recognised patterns in the world, tie-dye is a bright and captivating way to transform material.