Adidas T Mac 5
Adidas is globally related to the manufacturing of sports apparel. This is a German based company having the symbol AG, which is part of the Adidas Group. Adolf (Adi) Dassler, on whom the company was named, was the founder of Adidas. Adidas started manufacturing shoes in the 1920s in Herzogenaurach near Nuremberg. The company was registered as 'Adidas' on August 18, 1949. Clothes and shoes manufactured under the Adidas brand follow a typical logo design of three parallel strips having the same color and the same motif is integrated as the official logo of Adidas. However, perfumes and other personal care products, sold under the label of Adidas, are manufactured by Coty, Inc. Today, Adidas manufactures a range of shoes for basketball, soccer, fitness pursuits, athletic training, adventures, trail, and golf. Often the series of shoes manufactured by Adidas is marketed on famous institutes and personalities related to particular sports. Similarly, Adidas T-Mac series is named after professional basket ball player Tracy Lamar McGrady, Jr. nicknamed as T-Mac. He was born on May 24, 1979 in Bartow, Florida. He is currently playing for the Houston Rockets in the National Basketball Association. The series of basketball shoes manufactured by Adidas is called the Adidas T-Mac 5 series. These shoes are light in weight with padded straps and leather uppers. The solid rubber outsole makes these shoes more sturdy and durable. The outsole is made more attractive with a multi-directional herringbone tread pattern. The sport wood in T-Mac comes with hardwood built right inside the outsole to the heel. This feature gives the shoes an anatomical fit. To enhance the response, the court feel, and the fit of the shoes, the manufacturer has given this series of footwear a TPU forefoot outrigger. The lightweight internal EVA midsole is incorporated in the shoes to give it a grip that every professional player requires.