Best Adidas deals for May 2022

Get cheap Adidas products here, from running shoes to hoodies, premium Adidas clobber is now available at super low prices

Adidas sale: Adidas deals

Adidas’ three stripes have barely left the fashion limelight since they were registered in 1949, but are having a real moment, so it’s a great time to take advantage of the deals and add more Adidas to your wardrobe.

Whether you’re after some new kicks – maybe some uber-trendy Falcons – or heavily branded sweatshirts, Adidas is a great pick for the gym or anywhere else, especially if it’s got a big logo on it.

If you’re looking to add to your sportswear collection, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve rounded up the best Adidas deals here to get you up and running for winter and beyond.

Adidas has its own selection of deals, with thousands of products discounted on its website.

You can browse Adidas' entire range of discounted products by heading on over to its dedicated sale page for menswear (opens in new tab), or the sales page for womenswear (opens in new tab)

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Products discounted include shoes, trainers, training gear, hoodies, t-shirts, leggings, track pants, jackets, football boots, gym bags, carry bags, socks, golf gear and more.

The products are split between men, women, and kids, and are filterable by a myriad of factors such as size, colour, price and more.

As such, if you've been looking to augment your summer or winter wardrobe, or are looking for great, discounted gifts, then it may be worth heading on over to Adidas' website (opens in new tab) and taking a peruse.

The best Adidas deals so far

These are a selection of our favourite products currently in Adidas's sale.

It's worth noting that many of these are limited stock, so once they're gone, they're gone. Some of these deals may have run out since publishing.

Best Adidas deals (US)

Adidas X9000L4 | Was $150 | Now $105 | Save $45 at Adidas (opens in new tab)
The X9000L4 is a 'high-tech' running shoe from Adidas. This regular trainer features a lightweight mesh upper and Boost midsole for added responsiveness. A size 9 shoe weighs 14 ounces and has a midsole drop of 10 mm (heel 24 mm / forefoot 14 mm). Great for running training and jogging alike.

Adidas X90004D | Was $200 | Now $160 | Save $40 at Adidas (opens in new tab)
Very similar to the model above but this version features the Adidas 4D outsole that is a 3D-printed lattice structure. Despite it being one material all the way through the midsole, it provides similar running metrics than a compound sole but without glueing and having to use different materials. Adidas Primeknit textile upper provides snug fit on the top of the shoes.

Adidas Big Badge of Sport Full-zip Hoodie | Was $70 | Now $49 | Save $21 at Adidas (opens in new tab)
This loose fit hoodie comes with full-zip closure at the front plus a drawcord-adjustable hood. Zip kangaroo pockets will hide your hands when they are cold. Big Adidas 'Badge of Sport' on the back: so people behind you know the brand you're wearing.

Best Adidas deals (UK)

Adidas Ultraboost DNA | Was £139.95 | Now £111.96 | Save £27.99 at Adidas (opens in new tab)
These regular fit running shoes can be used as an everyday trainer or dedicated running shoes. Adidas Primeknit textile upper fits like a glove and the Boost midsole is not only comfortable but also responsive. Continental rubber outsole provides traction on both dry and wet surfaces, as well as being more durable.

Adidas Ultraboost 20 | Was £160 | Now £112 | Save £48 at Adidas (opens in new tab)
The Adidas Ultraboost series went through many iterations over the years and truth to be told, the Ultraboost 20 is not the most innovative entry on the long list of Ultraboosts. Nevertheless, the Ultraboost 20 features Primeknit+ textile upper, responsive Boost midsole and the Stretchweb outsole with Continental rubber. A size 8.5 shoe weighs 310 grams and has a midoles drop of 10 mm (heel 22 mm / forefoot 12 mm). And now £48 off!

Adidas Adicolor Trefoil Hoodie | Was £50 | Now £35 | Save £15 at Adidas (opens in new tab)
Great for keeping the upper-bod warm after workouts or just to lounge in on the sofa, catching up on Strictly Come Dancing over the weekend. For £35, this Adidas hoodie would make a great Christmas present too.

Adidas Falcon Shoes | was £84.95 | now £59.47 (opens in new tab)
The Falcon captures the carefree, rebellious spirit of the 1990s. These shoes offer a retro look with a chunky shape and vibrant colours. They're made of mesh and detailed with soft, textured suede. They offer a supportive, cushioned feel for day-into-night wearability.

Adidas NMD_R1 | was £109.95 | now £76.97 (opens in new tab)
With a nod to technical outerwear, these shoes blend heritage style with modern innovation. The soft knit textile upper is detailed with subtle 3-Stripes and bold patch overlays. The Boost midsole provides responsive comfort and is accented with distinctive NMD plugs.

Adidas Powerphase Shoes | was £84.95 | now £50.97 (opens in new tab)
A classic style from the archives, these shoes were once part of the 1987 adidas Fitness collection. The nostalgic gym look features a premium leather upper with a clear adidas window label on the side. An EVA midsole and split cupsole stay true to the vintage look and feel.

Adidas Rom Shoes | was £74.95 | now £52.47 (opens in new tab)
The Rom was originally released in 1960, in sync with the summer games taking place in Rome. Soon after, the low-profile style was embraced by football fans across Europe. This reissue brings back the vintage design in supple leather. The suede T-toe, wedge-shape midsole and soft gum rubber outsole all stay true to the original look.

Adidas Falcon Shoes | was £84.95 | now £59.47 (opens in new tab)
The Falcon captures the carefree, rebellious spirit of the 1990s. These shoes offer a retro look with a chunky shape and vibrant colours. They're made of mesh with soft suede details. They offer a supportive, cushioned feel for all-day comfort.

Adidas Continental Vulc Shoes | was £64.95 | now £45.47 (opens in new tab)
The Continental 80 shoes capture vintage nostalgia modelled after the retro look of '80s fitness styles. These low top trainers feature a canvas upper with nubuck details and a vulcanised rubber outsole for a skate-inspired look and feel.

Adidas ZX 500 RM Shoes | was £119.95 | now £83.97
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In the '80s, serious runners set the pace in ZX running shoes that featured a high-tech design based on biomechanics research. These streetwear shoes remake the retro style with today's latest technology. They combine a mesh and suede upper with modern cushioning for a lightweight and energised feel.

Adidas Keval Joggers | was £64.95 | now £45.47 (opens in new tab)
The Kaval collection is the new uniform for the street. These purposefully designed products combine form with function. These sweat pants are detailed with an embroidered "Built for purpose" graphic on the leg. They're made of French terry fabric that has a thick, substantial feel.

Adidas Outline Crewneck Sweatshirt | was £74.95 | now £37.48 (opens in new tab)
The Trefoil debuted in 1972 and has stood for sport style ever since. It becomes a bold design element embroidered on the front of this sweatshirt. Cotton French Terry gives it a soft, cosy feel.

Adidas SST Stadion jacket | was £159.95 | now £79.97 (opens in new tab)
Directly taken from the archives, this jacket is a reproduction of one from the early '90s. Back then it was designed to keep football players and coaches warm on the sidelines. It has a relaxed fit to keep you comfy during all your urban explorations. An embroidered linear Trefoil logo appliqué stands out on back.

You can browse all discounted products on Adidas' dedicated sale page for menswear (opens in new tab), or the sales page for womenswear (opens in new tab).

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As the Style and Travel Editor at T3, Spencer covers everything from clothes to cars and watches to hotels. Everything that's cool, stylish, and interesting, basically. He's been a part of T3 for over seven years, and in that time covered every industry event known to man, from CES and MWC to the Geneva Motorshow and Baselworld. When he's driving up and down the country in search of the greatest driving roads, he can be found messing around on an electric scooter, playing with luxury watches, or testing the latest fragrances.