Adidas’ Black Friday sale started early this year, with up to 50 percent off popular men’s sneakers you can shop online now.
Check out our top picks from the sale, including lifestyle and performance looks, and head to Adidas.com to see all the discounts.
The soccer-inspired lifestyle silhouette boasts a comfy stretchy knit upper, eye-catching offset laces and a bold outsole, all making this a look sure to turn heads. Originally $120, they’re now $84.
Adidas Kamanda 01
The Sobakov wasn’t the only soccer-inspired lifestyle sneaker Adidas dropped this year. The Kamanda, originally priced at $150, boasts a gum outsole reminiscent of the tread pattern found on the classic Samba. In honor of Black Friday, it’s retailing for just $105.
Pharrell Williams Tennis Hu
It’s not often that you can get a Pharrell Williams-designed look at a reduced price. The casual tennis-inspired silhouette with a flexible knit upper was once $110, but now you can get a pair for $77.
Adidas pairs an eye-catching retro upper with modern Boost cushioning, making this shoe a must-have for fans of the Three Stripes. And now it’s only $65, down from $130.
Ultra Boost Uncaged
The performance runner with lifestyle appeal is now just $126, down from $180. The style ditches the cage synonymous with the original iteration of the shoe and boasts full-length plush Boost cushioning.
Adidas Originals NMD_CS2 Primeknit
The slip-on design makes this casual silhouette attractive, complete with a comfortable Primeknit upper and energy-returning Boost cushioning. Once $180, the sneakers are marked down to $90.
This performance runner is executed with responsive Bounce cushioning and a breathable upper, making it a great choice for the fitness-focused. Originally $120, it’s now half off.
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