Adidas is launching its latest sports model with three sports-specific sports jerseys.
The Sports Pro model, which retails for $250, is a three-piece sports jersey that includes an Adidas tracksuit and a Nike Air Max.
The jerseys will be available exclusively at select retailers and online.
It also includes a “Sport Mode” feature that lets players use their favorite sports shoes or sports jerseys to adjust their posture, posture angle, and body position.
The sports-themed model features a similar design as the Air Max, with a different color scheme and an additional feature called “Polar Flow,” which allows athletes to adjust the position of the pelvis, neck, and shoulders.
The model also comes with a wrist strap, which can be used to adjust positioning of the wrist or ankle.
Adidas released the first edition of the Sport Pro model in March, and it was the most-popular model in Adidas’ catalog in 2016.
The company said it will also launch two new sports models in the fall: the Sport X1, which comes with the same 3-piece jersey as the Sports Pro and sports mode, and the Sport x2, which will include the new Polar Flow feature.
Adidas also plans to launch a new sports range in the future, including a “Sport Series,” which will offer a similar jersey and model to the Sport Plus.
The “Sports Series” model, currently scheduled for release in 2019, will feature the same three sports jerseys as the Sport Pros, but will feature “sport mode,” which lets athletes adjust their positioning of their pelvis and neck.
Adidas did not say when or where the new sports model would be available.
The Nike AirMax is also getting a redesign.
The AirMax will feature a 3- piece jersey, which features a new color scheme, a white midsole, and a “Pulse” logo.
The new AirMax model is available at select Nike retail stores, online, and at Nike+ stores.
The brand has also announced a partnership with the U.K. Olympic and Paralympic teams to introduce the Nike AirPods to the Nike+ and Nike+ Sport teams in the U to offer new sports-inspired features to their athletes.