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Thousands of products are up to 30% off at adidas this weekend — save on sneakers, slides, clothing and more

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Sad to see summer coming to an end? Here’s one way to boost your spirits: Check out the major sale going down at adidas this weekend. From Sept. 2 through Sept. 6, thousands of items at adidas.com are up to 30% off when you use code SCOREBIG at checkout.

An adidas sale this big is pretty rare, so you should definitely take advantage and stock up on footwear and clothing for the season. For a limited time only, sneakers, slides, bags, socks, sweatshirts, tees and more are all majorly marked down; prices are as low as $12 on select items!

If you’re worried you don’t have time to sort through thousands of products before this adidas sale ends, start with the must-see deals below. Not only are these items practical and sure to get lots of use, but the discounts are just too good to miss.

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