The adidas men’s fall collection provides style for everyone whether you’re looking to go classic and sporty or add a touch of color to your tennis wardrobe this season. Comfortable fabrics and high performance technologies are what make adidas fans love the Barricade, Climachill and Sequentials lines. Check out what the new fall collection is all about below.
The popular Barricade line features a plethora of tees, polos and shorts to choose from in great seasonal colors like collegiate navy and dark red. Each piece features climacool technology for heat and sweat management. The Barricade tees and polos feature a full mesh back panel and offers breathability because of the lightweight fabric. The performance Barricade Shorts that come in 8.5 and 9.5 inch inseams offer a heavier fabric for cooler weather.
New colors were added to the ultra comfortable Climachill line that includes 3D metallic elements at the back neck for a cooling sensation against the skin. The climacool technology also helps with wicking sweat away from the body.
Pieces from the Sequentials line will have you ready for training with breathable tees and polos that are lightweight and comfy. Plus, they also coordinate with each other so you can mix and match. The Sequentials Tees and Polos feature climalite technology which means lightweight, breathable fabrics are worn close to the skin to conduct sweat away from the body. The Galaxy Shorts come in 8.5 and 9.5 inch inseams and made with the same moisture-wicking fabric that ensures dryness on court.
The Sequentials Core Jacket and Pant will be your go-to warm up this fall. Both are made with stretch woven the fabric for freedom of motion and climalite technology for moisture control, perfect for wearing on and off the court. If you’re going for casual and stress-free, adidas has included a couple of comfortable tees like the Adi Tee that features the adidas “A” on the left chest and the Sport Tee with the adidas logo on the front.
You can find all these looks and more from the adidas men’s fall collection at tennisexpress.com.