The Adidas LA Trainer has been around for a long time.

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Adidas LA Trainer

The Adidas LA Trainer has been around for a long time. It was originally created at the time of the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics, which is where it gets its name. Ultimately, it disappeared for a time but popular pressure caused Adidas to reissue it in the late 1990s. Luckily it has been with us ever since.

To what does the Adidas LA Trainer owe its enduring popularity? First and foremost is undoubtedly the shoe's simple yet striking lines, including of course the Adidas trademark triple line banner. What is missing entirely is the unsightly bulbousness of so many modern trainers. Indeed, the only hint of "high-tech" lies in the highly effective three colour pegs found on the heels. These devices allow the Adidas LA Trainer to be adjusted for optimum cushioning and performance.

That brings up a very important point: The Adidas LA Trainer was and still is designed with athletes in mind. As such, it is rather a cult classic among runners as well as those who favor numerous other sports. All would agree that the light weight and rugged construction make it ideal for almost any endeavor that involves running, quick direction changes, and so on.

That isn't to say that you won't find the Adidas LA Trainer off the track or court. No indeed. A shoe this comfortable and stylish is ideal just about any place that the prevailing etiquette will allow it. For those lucky enough to work in a liberal environment, you'll see plenty of folks sporting the Adidas L.A. Trainer or perhaps another member of the Adidas lineup. And once work is through, the same can be said of the club scene: If casual but stylish is the ticket then the Adidas LA Trainer is a great all-around choice. Try a pair on today and find out what you've been missing!