Part 2: The Modern Era of Adidas Jerseys

Part 2: The Modern Era of Adidas Jerseys

In the 21st century, Adidas has continued to innovate and push the boundaries of jersey design. Let's take a look at some of the key moments in the modern era of Adidas jerseys.

Going High-Tech

One of the most significant developments in Adidas jersey design came in 2006, when the company introduced "ClimaCool" technology. This new material was designed to keep athletes cool and dry, even in hot and humid conditions. It quickly became a favourite among soccer players, and soon spread to other sports.

The Introduction of miCoach and Beyond

Adidas also began experimenting with new designs and patterns, creating functional and stylish jerseys. The 2010 World Cup saw the introduction of the "TechFit" jersey, which was designed to provide compression and support for athletes. The following year, Adidas introduced the "miCoach" system, which allowed players to track their performance on the field.

Partnerships with Sports Stars

In recent years, Adidas has continued to innovate and experiment with new materials and designs. They have also partnered with some of the biggest names in sports, including Lionel Messi, James Harden, and Damian Lillard. Today, Adidas jerseys are worn by athletes in a wide range of sports, from soccer and basketball to tennis and rugby.

The Upcycled Locker

Whether you're a fan of soccer, basketball, or any other sport, there's no denying the impact that Adidas has had on the world of sports apparel.

And at The Upcycled Locker, we’re sports fans like you. No matter what sort of jersey you’re after, we’ve got someone for everyone, check out our collection today.

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