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Adidas: Rival shoemaker stealing design

Posted by Maria011 
Adidas: Rival shoemaker stealing design
September 07, 2016 07:26PM
Trail-running sneakers are poised to be a big sales driver for adidas running shoes Outdoor next spring. The brand, a subset of the Adidas family, reported this week that spring ’17 preorders for trail-running footwear are up 62 percent from the previous year.

The sleek low top adidas Y-3 Boxing rocks a premium motif as a combination of nubuck, leather and mesh help construct the look of the upper. Most of the shoe comes in a Charcoal colorway, while the Teal hits sort of give the shoe an EQT feel to them, right? Embossed Y-3 branding is noted on the tongue, Yohji Yamamoto branding on the Three Stripes, and even more Y-3 hits can be seen on the outsole.

adidas running shoes men is very protective of its Three-Stripe brand and has filed several similar lawsuits against companies that make similar shoes. The company writes the shoes “cause consumer confusion” and “irreparably” harms Adidas’s brand.

According to the experts, within each and every adidas running shoes women the serial number must be on the label, but different for the left and the right shoe. On the fakes the numbers are either absent or are identical. This is the information source, BUT! At the time of writing this article, I double-checked the serial numbers on his Adidas shoes bought in the official store. Serial numbers were everywhere, but the same on both sneakers. Hence the conclusion - their presence is necessary for the original Adidas shoe, but they are not necessarily different.
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