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Women's Tiro Soccer Training Pants

 
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WOMEN’S TIRO PANTS

Soccer is your sport. You eat, sleep and breathe the game, and you need women’s soccer pants that can keep up. Whether suiting up for competition, honing your footwork skills on the practice field, or at home recovering from a tough training session, women’s Tiro pants deliver elite performance and style. adidas Tiro 19 pants feature ventilated Climacool mesh inserts to keep you cool and dry in warm weather. A slim fit is cut close to the body for clean footwork and features a full-length 3-Stripes design, while Tiro 3/4 pants are cropped for easy playmaking. From the soccer field to the street, women’s Tiro soccer pants are built for soccer creators.

ADIDAS ARCHIVE: SOCCER

Before women’s Tiro pants blurred the lines between training gear and streetwear style, adidas released the first Samba in 1950 as a traction-soled soccer shoe to help players train on frozen ground. For the 1954 FIFA World Cup™, the German national team wore a studded variation of the Samba and beat the “unbeatable” Hungarians in the final match. With that, adidas became a household name in the sport, positioning Samba as a footwear favorite for generations of indoor soccer players and style creators to come. In 1970 we made the first official match ball of the World Cup, the adidas Telstar, which introduced the now-iconic black and white panel design. adidas has gone on to supply the match ball for every Men’s World Cup since then and every Women’s World Cup since 1999. With every piece we introduce—from the Predator cleats first released in 1994, to the revolutionary adidas x Parley jerseys in 2016, made using Parley Ocean Plastic™, to the women’s soccer pants of today—adidas pushes innovation to provide the highest quality gear to creators at all levels around the world.