The countdown to the Adidas Black Friday sale is on — here are the deals we’re expecting

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This year, Black Friday falls on November 26, and we expect to see many great deals at Adidas. Sneakers will undoubtedly be the highlight of the sale, but we're also predicting discounts on tracksuits, workout gear, outerwear, golf shoes, accessories, and more.

We don't have specific details on this year's sale yet, but based on previous years, we expect the sale to run the entire week of Thanksgiving and Black Friday with additional deals happening on Cyber Monday.

Below, we've rounded up all of the best deals you can shop right now, plus everything you'll need to know while preparing for Adidas' Black Friday 2021 sale.

Best Adidas early Black Friday deals in 2021

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What Adidas deals did we see last year?

Last year, Adidas offered up to 50% off sitewide during its Black Friday sale. Some of those deals included 50% off shoes, tracksuits, jackets, and pants, up to 40% off Originals styles, and 30% off golf shoes and accessories. There will likely be similar deals for Black Friday 2021.

When will the Adidas deals start?

Last year, the Adidas Black Friday sale started on the Monday before Thanksgiving and ran through Sunday. For 2021, you can expect to see a similar sale running all week.

Should I wait for Black Friday to buy Adidas products?

If there's a specific product you want from the sale section, you should buy it now because the color or size you want may be sold out by Black Friday. If you're just looking for general deals, it's best to wait until Black Friday because you'll probably see bigger discounts.

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