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Whether you are preparing to compete and do not want to sit around in just your lightweight competition attire or you just like the sporty look, Adidas Firebird tracksuits are incredibly comfortable. Give yourself full range of motion while keeping warm.


Browse for the Adidas Firebird style that you love, whether it is to throw the Frisbee with friends or feel cosy in front of the television. It may even inspire you to take a walk.

About Adidas Firebird

Adidas are perhaps the most recognised name in the sportswear sector with their 'three stripes' trademark instantly recognisable to people all over the world. Based in Herzogenaurach, Bavaria, Adidas ship their products to all four corners of the globe where they’re worn by some of the biggest names in sport.

As well as footwear (such as their Adidas Predator boots, famously worn and promoted by David Beckham), Adidas also make bags, shirts, watches, tracksuits and even eyewear. They are currently the largest sportswear manufacturer in Europe and the second biggest in the world, with company revenue in 2012 totalling 14.48 billion Euros.

The Adidas Firebird range of tracksuits is one of the most popular lines that the company produces in terms of leisure wear. It encompasses a wide range of colours and patterns making them popular across a wide range of people.

These tracksuits can be found in virtually any colour including greens, reds, blacks and blues as well as various offset colour schemes. Furthermore, the Firebird line also includes some unique patterns with army camouflage in particular proving popular amongst fans of the brand.

The price range of these tracksuits varies somewhat. Those with a slightly higher budget will be looking at spending around £100 for the top and bottom whereas the cheaper ranges, can be bought for closer to £80 for the set. As such, there's something within the range to suit most budgets.

As is the case with all online clothes shopping, it's important to check the company size charts to avoid purchasing the wrong size. Sizes do vary between brands so the best way to ensure a good fit is to check the measurements provided.