adidas Originals' New Climacool Apparel Will Let You Beat the Summer Heat

Jerseys, track jackets and more.

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adidas Originals has got you covered with lightweight garbs for the 2017 spring/summer season. The Three Stripes just announced a brand new Climacool range that boasts a slew of sportswear items including jerseys, track jackets, and shorts. The entire assemblage is wrapped in vibrant hues and features street camo motifs alongside other contemporary design cues. As far as the construction goes, the collection touts breathable mesh, crepe, and chiffon to help wearers tackle the warm weather.

Peruse the apparel collection above and expect an official release sometime in May at select adidas Originals retailers.

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