GUCCI - Adidas x Gucci Wide Trousers - Women - White/Red


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Part of the adidas x Gucci collection, this pair of wide trousers features the 3-stripes. Emblematic House’s motifs mix with those of the historic sportswear brand adidas. The collection sees both heritages encoded in a trio of lines, where adidas and Gucci combine archival emblems. Creative Director, Alessandro Michele pulls inspiration from his memories of the ‘80s and ‘90s for a collection that is both nostalgia-driven and contemporary.

Made In

  • Made in Italy


  • Fabric: 100% Cotton
  • Trimming: 88% Cotton, 11% Polyamide, 1% Elastane
  • Pants: Detachable interior: 90% Silk, 10% Elastane


  • Red cotton needle punch rhombus motif
  • White and red rib detail
  • Adidas x Gucci
  • Pleated
  • 3-stripes
  • Half-lined
  • Elastic waistband


  • The product shown in this image is a size small
  • Leg opening: 46 cm
  • Length: 112 cm, based on a size small


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