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  1. Duzza

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    So obviously Nike and Adidas. What next? Lacoste? Lotto?
     
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  2. Sagittar

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    clothing : diadora

    shoes : lotto
     
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  3. snoflewis

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    no way...not lotto

    i'd say wilson or reebok for shoes
     
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    I'd say Reebok or Prince for shoes, Lotto for clothing.
     
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  5. Sagittar

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    you're right , i was telling myself i'm forgetting someone ..

    Reebok ofcourse id the third one .. oops
     
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  6. Tennis Man

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    Clothing - Lacoste
    Shoes - Fila ???
     
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  7. travlerajm

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    Didn't Adidas buy Reebok? They still generally market Reebok as their cheap line and Adidas as the high-end line.
     
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    3rd that's hard..

    Clothes: Reebok

    Shoes: Fila ??
     
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  9. Duzza

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    Yeah I'm keeping Adidas and Reebok separate still because apparently Adidas treat Reebok like sh**
     
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  10. snoflewis

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    yeah...adidas does own reebok, but they're technically different "brands".

    nobody sees nike and converse as the same "brand" although converse is owned by nike. same with jordan.
     
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