Adidas Enters The Competitive Swimming Market in the United States

For over 80 years, the adidas® brand has been an influential part of the world of sports, on every level. We are excited to announce that adidas® has officially entered the competitive swim world in the United States.

adidas® is designing, creating and manufacturing swim products for all types of competitors, new to veteran. We are dedicated to offer the best-of-the-best products; from compression materials, to flattering back options that allow excellent range of motion, to innovative prints with long lasting chlorine resistant fabrics. We’re committed to provide the top-of-the-line products you expect from adidas.

We’ve hit the ground running and have many Team Dealers, Colleges, High Schools, swim clubs, and Olympic-winning athletes who are already supporting adidas® and “flying the flag” in the pool! We’re excited for you too to get #allin with adidas Swim™.

To preview the most innovative swim-line yet, please visit www.adidasswim.com.

Stay in the know about product launches, athlete endorsements, contests, and more by following us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/officialadidasswim.

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Swimming News is courtesy of Adidas, a SwimSwam partner. 

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Kristine
8 years ago

Product idea: since water has a tendency to flow with the most fluidity in a whirlpool motion, you might consider making the holes in the newly designed swim hand paddles as cork screw holes.

8 years ago

Is Allison Schmitt signing with them? I think she was rocking Adidas sneakers at Santa Clara

Sven
8 years ago

My team recently signed with Adidas, and it’s been great so far. We’re way happier than we were with our old sponsor. The kids seemed to like the Adidas tech suit as well. Good compression and fit, except for one kid who ordered the wrong size (a bit hard to guess sizes with his body type– 6’5″ and real skinny). Great to have them back in the game.

Psimon3
Reply to  Sven
8 years ago

How was the team package over all? incentives, etc?

Sven
Reply to  Psimon3
8 years ago

Pretty solid, overall. We’re essentially a test market team at the moment since they’re still trying to break onto the scene, so I really can’t guarantee that the incentive packages will stay the same, but right now it’s very competitive for both sectional and national qualifiers. Tech suits, warm ups (nats only), embroidered jackets and bags, parka (nats only), etc.

A big advantage when picking out warm ups/general apparel is we more or less have access to the whole Adidas catalog, not just Adidas Swim. There’s also an online store our families can access through our team site that gives a pretty hefty discount on Adidas/UA/Callaway stuff. They’re still working on putting out some of the training equipment (pull buoys,… Read more »

Reply to  Sven
8 years ago

We are with a MAJOR brand and we got the illustrator files for their logos. We were encouraged to put their logo on any custom team printed gear. Adidas’s polos are awesome, no real need there, but certainly look at that option or see if they will entertain it.

Coacherik
8 years ago

Bring back the old school (red) three stripe drag suit. I’ve still got mine from my days at Nebraska and I’ve got at handle of kids that would be interested.

the swi guy
8 years ago

She should most definitely go with Arena the text you two are awesome and they have the best technology around.

anon
8 years ago

and who is Allison Schmitt signing with??

Psimon3
8 years ago

So when do get the official announcement that Under Armour is in the market too? Will Nike step up its efforts?