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Trousers

 
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Trousers from adidas let you own your style, and are packed with sporty features to help you get the most out of your performance. Whether you’re heading to the gym or just hanging around town, you can find a pair to suit your look and your lifestyle. We’ve got sizes for men, women and children, available in a huge range of colours, including black, yellow, pink and orange. You’ll find trousers from our Clima, adicolor and RDY ranges, and much more, sporting iconic adidas details like the 3-Stripes and Trefoil. Providing great comfort and range of movement, our extensive range of trousers has something for everyone. Choose trousers for running, football, gym training and many other sports, or go for a chilled out pair for relaxing at home.

Trousers Frequently Asked Questions

The word trousers comes from the Gaelic word ‘Triubhas’, which means close fitting shorts.
They’re the same thing. ‘Trousers’ is the British term, while ‘pants’ is used in American English and comes from ‘pantaloons’ – close-fitting legwear wore in the 19th century.
Making sure you get the right size is important, so you should measure the length of your leg and the width around your waist. You should also consider what colours suit you best and look for specific types of trousers that suit your lifestyle, such as gym trousers or casualwear.