Triangles Tee

Adidas Originals Blue
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Triangles Tee

$35
$15 Gilt
Size (Men Alpha):
Men's Tops
Men Alpha US (chest) EU
XXS 33 43
XS 34 - 36 44 - 46
S 36 - 38 46 - 48
M 39 - 41 49 - 51
L 42 - 44 42 - 44
XL 45 - 47 45 - 57
XXL 48 - 50 48 - 60
XXXL 52 62
  • m
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    US (chest) 39 - 41
    EU 49 - 51
  • l
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    US (chest) 42 - 44
    EU 42 - 44
  • xl
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    US (chest) 45 - 47
    EU 45 - 57
Color:
black
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Description
Designer

Short sleeve cotton t-shirt

  • Ribbed crew neck collar
  • Banded cuffs
  • Banded hem
  • Diamond print at arm holes
  • Contrast trim at sides

Material: 100% Cotton

Brand: Adidas Originals Blue

Origin: Imported

Even after many decades in the apparel game, the German megabrand Adidas is still keeping things fresh — and not only through its signature sportswear line. In 2010, the company launched Adidas Originals Blue: a retro-inspired heritage collection of men's and women's track suits, hoodies, sweaters, cardigans, and other casual streetwear. Originals Blue draws from traditional Adidas looks (the name itself refers to the signature “bluebird” shade used in the Adidas Originals logo) to create jackets, Adicolor trainers, dyed leather high-top sneakers, fashion low tops, sweatshirts and other beloved styles for the ultra-modern set. Fans of the brand's classic trefoil logo, take note: This is the only Adidas line where you'll find it, emblazoned across everything from denim to outerwear.. Fun fact: German businessman Adolf Dassler founded Adidas in 1948 after having a falling-out with his brother Rudolf, who went on to create another German sportswear label you've probably heard of — Puma.