THE TOKYO COLLECTION: CROSS-CATEGORY PERFORMANCE WEAR
The Tokyo Collection was designed to celebrate sport’s highest values: inclusivity and community. Drawing on 70 years of adidas sportswear innovation, it brings together our most advanced technologies and products, such as the Avanti Spike, adidas 4DFWD, Barricade and the Ultraboost 21. A collection of footwear and apparel for every sport, team and athlete, each piece is recreated in solar red, white and black, to symbolize our legacy of pioneering performance wear. With 85 pieces across 17 disciplines—including track and field, weightlifting, boxing, tennis, volleyball, basketball, boxing, cycling and skateboarding—it celebrates the idea of rising together.
TRAIN AND COMPETE IN FOOTWEAR, APPAREL AND SUPPORTER GEAR
The highlight of the Tokyo Collection is footwear, with adidas’ biggest ever multi-sport shoe launch. The collection was designed with inclusivity at its heart, that the community elevates sports ever higher. All shoe silhouettes feature solar red, white and black, with red symbolizing adidas’ heritage of innovation. For the first time, the collection includes a new skate shoe called the Tyshawn, after Tyshawn Jones. The collection also features adidas BOOST technology for incredible energy return, EnergyRods in mid-distance running shoes such as the adizero adios Pro 2, and 4D midsoles for optimal movement, cushioning and stability. The X Speedflow soccer cleats boast the Carbon Fiber Speedframe for instant liftoff. The Tokyo Collection also features men’s and women’s apparel, for training and competition. The range features HEAT.RDY technology for effective breathability and wicking for summer sports. Ideal for distraction-free workouts, runs and games, the collection includes T-shirts, shorts, tights and sports bras, all designed to help you beat your personal best. And when you want to represent your national team, our Supporter Gear lets you share your passion for sports in technical performance wear that’s perfect for the street, court or track. Created with deconstructed national symbols and designed to reflect our individuality, they celebrate what brings us together.