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The History Of The adidas OZWEEGO

The chunky design of the adidas OZWEEGO is a tribute to the past and retro fashion. Despite the bulky look, the shoes are lightweight and comfortable. You can get your errands done in style with the adidas Ozweego.


You will be sturdy and cool with the adidas OZWEEGO. The adidas Ozweego is inspired by 90s running sneakers. It takes those inspirations and creates something new for the styles and demands of today. It has a soft mesh upper with leather and suede overlays. The adidas Ozweego works as a shoe for the hustle of the day, and relaxation of the night. The adidas Ozweego is known for its snug and comfy fit.


History Of The Three Stripes

The adidas brand has a long history and connection with sport. Its relationship with athletes and the field of play has always been in congruence with its sneaker culture prominence. adidas is known worldwide as The Three Stripes Brand. The German sportswear company was founded in 1949 by Adolf “Adi” Dassler. It started out rooted in track and football. It has become a global player in the sneaker industry over the past 70 years. Its global reach now includes basketball and popular culture. Partnerships with James Harden, Damian Lillard, Kanye West, Beyonce, Pharrell, and many more prominent names, have allowed adidas to become a top force in the fashion industry. adidas has mastered mixing sportswear and fashion. The Three Stripe’s popularity only continues to grow and its link to athletics and athletes is stronger than ever.

Shoe Palace

The adidas Three Stripes are iconic worldwide. Shoe Palace has collaborated with adidas numerous times on sneakers and events. adidas has consistently been one of our most popular partners since we opened our doors in 1993. Classic styles like the adidas Forum, Stan Smith and Superstar are mainstays in the sneaker community and the Shoe Palace marketplace. You can also find the adidas OZWEEGO, in sizes for Men & Women, at Shoe Palace stores and on


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