Kids Track Pants
adidas kids’ tracksuit bottoms
Kids need the right kit to keep them happy and active and that is where adidas track bottoms, sized from four years to eight years (children’s) and from eight to 16 years (youth) and even in toddler sizes, come in. Not only are these track bottoms manufactured to adult quality standards using the same fabric technologies as adidas adult products, they are also legitimately stylish. adidas has managed to combine style and function, blending competition standard sportswear with a high fashion aesthetic.
Tracksuit bottoms with all the right environmental credentials
There is so much that is special about adidas track bottoms. These designs feature a perfectly on-trend fashion edge and are validated by the instantly recognisable suite of adidas logos, including the classic Trefoil and the 3-Stripes mountain logo. Kids love the adidas look and respond to the classic track bottoms with the distinctive 3-Stripes down the vertical seams, as well as the boxy, baggy jogger designs and the contemporary high-waist track bottoms in pastel colours. Kids today are very aware of environmental issues too, and adidas’ sustainability criteria ensures the use of recycled polyester fabric and ethically sourced cotton mixes.
Choose the right tracksuit bottoms for your little one
Check out the full range of adidas tracksuit bottoms for kids and g the one that is perfect for your little one. There is lots to take into account before making the perfect choice. For added flexibility and ease, choose between a drawstring or elasticated waist band or both. adidas designs also come with or without ankle zip, to coordinate with any kind of footwear. For the complete outfit, a number of adidas tracksuit bottoms are also available with matching track tops, and you can choose to kit your little one out in cutting edge contemporary designs, give them a retro vibe or keep itclassic with sleek black or a matt pastel. adidas kids' tracksuit bottoms are also available in a snug fit, loose or in-between. So while you can't go wrong style-wise, you just need to pinpoint the right option for your child's needs.