Adidas have launched a new version of the popular Adidas Condivo training trousers, and we have naturally taken a closer look at the lush and cool training trousers.
Adidas Condivo training trousers were among the very most popular training trousers of last year and that is not for no reason. Not only are the training trousers easy on the eye, they are also comfortable and highly functional. And now the Germans are very much doing their part to make 2014 another big year for the Adidas Condivo training trousers with a brand new update for the functional training trousers.
The Adidas Condivo training trousers 14 are the latest update in a, by now, iconic training trousers model, which are perfect for all kinds of active usage. Whether it be full power on the training grounds or more for everyday use in school or at work.
The Adidas Condivo training trousers are made of the advanced Adidas Climacool material, which is optimised to provide the best possible ventilation, as well as fit. The trousers have a slim fit, without being irritating and are hereby perfect for both training and everyday use.
Besides being stylish, you would also want your trousers to be functional. This is something these Adidas Condivo training trousers certainly live up to. The Adidas Condivo 14 are equipped with functional pockets in front, to keep your stuff, as well as elastic waist. In addition they have leg zip, to make them easier to put on and off.
With the new Adidas Condivo 14 training trousers, Adidas are writing yet another chapter in an already successful story of a pair of training trousers, that have truly taken the world by storm. The classic Adidas stripes along the leg are a well-known sight in the streets and all over town where people are into sports.
As a modern footballer you constantly express personality both through your play on the pitch, but also via your clothing. With these Adidas Condivo training trousers you can display yourself in a stylish manner wherever you are and spice it up with the Adidas Condivo track top and maybe a pair of the new Adidas F50 Adizeros.
There is very good reason to remember to pack the Adidas Condivo training trousers both for match and training. Although you, of course, do not expect to be benched, they come in well handy when you get substituted and also during warm up. They are a just as important part of your sports bag as Premier Sock Tape, Adidas Pro-lite shin pads, Trusox and not the least the new Adidas Brazuca football.
With the new Adidas Condivo 14 training trousers Adidas continue putting out their hugely popular training trousers. What do you think of the Adidas Condivo training trousers? And what do you like the most about them? Feel free to hare your comment here, or on Facebook and Twitter.