Nike and Adidas release their children’s clothing collections for fall, designed to offer comfort, style, and performance on the court or in the classroom.
Although the year 2020 has seen its better days, Nike is bringing us something to truly look forward to wearing when we finally get back out on the court. This time, the brand is channeling Parisian streetwear with stripes and vibrant colors that give players of all levels a sporty yet formal flare when they walk out on the court.
In 2015 Lacoste officially took over as the clothing sponsor and both brands have been sky rocketing to the top! Let’s take a look at what the high-end fashion brand has come up with for the 2020 Miami Open tournament.
This year, Nike is combining bright colors and unique pre-historic Australian designs to make an innovative line for the 2020 Australian Open and Spring season. See what new styles this innovative brand is coming out with.
‘Tis the season for sparkle, so why not bring a bit of brightness to your game? Metallics are having a serious moment in tennis fashion, with glittery golds and shiny silvers popping up everywhere from apparel to shoes to accessories. It’s time to put your own spin on the metallic trend.
We live in a world where, now more than ever, we’re realizing our impact on the environment. Today, we wanted to recognize the sustainability efforts of one of the biggest brands in tennis, as well as one of the largest sporting goods manufacturers in the world: adidas.