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Little Performers
Off to a great start
As a parent, your child’s health comes second to none. It is for us, too. At adidas, we are committed to the lifelong care of your little ones’ feet – from crawling, walking, jumping and running to fulfilling their biggest dreams.
The first step to healthy feet
We count on our feet to carry us throughout our lives. So proper development is essential. While going barefoot is best, it’s rarely possible in today’s environment. And finding the correct shoes for your child’s various development stages can be a difficult task. Did you know that 70 % of foot problems come from wearing the wrong shoes? And the majority is already caused during childhood? So it is important to make your child’s first steps healthy ones.
12 days of #adiXMAS

December has arrived, and here at adidas HQ we are feeling festive. To help get everyone in the mood we are giving you the chance to win some awesome adidas kit every day for 12 days.

Simply follow our instagram feed and comment on the 12 days of #adiXmas post on the day, with the reason why you want one (or all) of the items included. The best response will win.

Full terms and conditions here
Following in the footsteps of this year’s legendary collaboration between hip hop artist Run DMC and superstar DJ A-Trak, adidas has brought together six unique Australian and New Zealand artists to produce three exclusive tracks.
The final of the three collaborations sees Australian artists World’s End Press and Client Liaison joining forces on a track released today, Thursday, 31st October. Entitled ‘Video Life’, the artists said the track was “inspired by a combination of live telecasts of awards nights,” and “early 90’s television drama including ‘Hey Dad’ and ‘A Country Practice’”.
DOWNLOAD ‘VIDEO LIFE’ HERE
Following in the footsteps of this year’s legendary collaboration between hip hop artist Run DMC and superstar DJ A-Trak, adidas has brought together six unique Australian and New Zealand artists to produce three exclusive tracks.
The second of three collaborations see Kiwi artists The Doqument and Surf City joining forces on the track ‘Dice’. The song combines the laid-back, psychedelic vibes of indie rock band Surf City with the philosophical lyrics of urban rap group The Doqument for what is truly “a clash of the genres”.
DOWNLOAD ‘DICE’ HERE
Big Scary and Jonti collided to create an original track, ‘Slumming it in Paradise’, eclectic with wonky beats that slink somewhere between the Gorillaz and a 1950s American resort poolside. DOWNLOAD THE TRACK
Meet Undenk, one of the most original street art collectives in the world.

Everyone knows Berlin has more street art than pretty much any other city in the world, so meet Undenk, one of the groups at the scene's forefront. Its ten members are putting up some of of the most forward-thinking work around.

In Part 1, we go to Berlin to catch up with three of Undenk's core members - Matthias Povel, and Lukas and Paul Kampfmann. We chat with Berlin street dons Pisa 73 and Christian Rothenhagen to learn how Undenk are perceived by their contemporaries.
Meet Undenk, one of the most original street art collectives in the world.

Everyone knows Berlin has more street art than pretty much any other city in the world, so meet Undenk, one of the groups at the scene's forefront. Its ten members are putting up some of of the most forward-thinking work around.

In Part 1, we go to Berlin to catch up with three of Undenk's core members - Matthias Povel, and Lukas and Paul Kampfmann. We chat with Berlin street dons Pisa 73 and Christian Rothenhagen to learn how Undenk are perceived by their contemporaries.
Coming from the always excellent Hyperdub label family, London's Cooly G has emerged as one of the UK's most exciting producer/performers, thanks to her recently released album Playin' Me.

We catch up with her in her home with her kids, on stage and on the soccer pitch, where Cooly once made herliving as semi pro footballer for the Tooting and Mitcham Ladies FC.

Promoter and dance music expert Gamall Awad and Rinse FM DJ and producer Scratcha DVA chime in as well.
Go behind the mask of MF Doom, from the duo JJ Doom, as he throws on his swag for his new music video for “Guv’nor” off the album “Key to the Kuffs”.
Rap mastermind DOOM used to run the game in graffiti too. Here he comes out of a 10-year retirement to light up a dark London evening with his spray cans.
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