adidas Trefoil Cookie Cutters

For all the adidas’ beasts out there… you can now make your crappy and gross tasting Christmas cookies in the shape of adidas’ Trefoils. The cookie cutters were created with adidas’ founder Adi Dassler’s parents in mind. Apparently the Dassler parents originally wanted their son to be a baker rather then create a multi-billion dollar shoe empire. No word on availability. Image: adiFans

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For all the adidas’ beasts out there… you can now make your crappy and gross tasting Christmas cookies in the shape of adidas’ Trefoils. The cookie cutters were created with adidas’ founder Adi Dassler’s parents in mind. Apparently the Dassler parents originally wanted their son to be a baker rather then create a multi-billion dollar shoe empire. No word on availability.

Image: adiFans

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