Adidas Logo


The brand is among the world’s biggest sportswear business sharks. It takes quite a bit of power and endurance to survive the continuing clash of the business titans just like Adidas.

Adidas logo history


Over the brand’s history, it has had three logo modifications: Three Stripes, Trefoil, and Three Bars. This appears to be a remarkable example of how great a favor a proper logo design can do to a business. Although the three logo versions look different, they leave zero doubt in people’s minds about the company they represent.

Adidas logo meaning


The three-stripe pattern originated when Adolf Dassler had to return to shoe production after a breakup with Rudolf Dassler his brother and business co-owner, who was already using a two-line pattern for his product. The lines in all logo versions represent an eternal movement straight ahead and toward the victory.

Adidas logo shirt


The Trefoil (1972) is an Adidas logo that appears on shirts, pullovers, shoes, and other clothes representing Adidas Originals – a line that veers toward casual sports clothing rather than professional sportswear.

Adidas symbol


The black color symbolizes excellence, elegance and perseverance – qualities, without which one can hardly ever make a good athlete!

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