With a history dating back over 70-years — almost 95-years if you include the company that later became the three stripes company — Adidas has long stood at the forefront of innovation in the sportswear sector. Consistently working under the guiding principle of “making athletes better,” Adidas’ latest release furthers this ethos, delivering on an expansive new line of athletic apparel designed for warm weather performance.
Dubbed the “HEAT.RDY Collection,” each offering has been designed to be extremely lightweight and breathable, calling on strategically-placed ventilation areas and moisture-wicking materials including Aqua-X yarn. Comprised of a whopping 34 different (men’s) items, the collection includes a wide assortment of running shirts, tanks, and shorts, as well as a handful of collared Polo shirts that are made from the same highly-breathable and lightweight material. The entirety of the collection has been specially designed to work in unison, rather than being engineered as individual, standalone items. Starting from $34, the HEAT.RDY Collection marks the first of four new weather/temperature-focused athletic collections from Adidas, with the WIND.RDY, RAIN.RDY, and COLD.RDY Collections to soon follow.