IF your new year fitness kick means you need a whole new wardrobe, Adidas has a range of discounts on offer right now.
The sportwear giant is not only slashing 50% off selected items in its winter sale, you can also bag 10% off full priced items thanks to an exclusive code from Sun Vouchers.
- Save 10% off Adidas full priced collections- click here to claim voucher
Adidas fans can save on a wide range of women's, men's and kidswear clothing and footwear in the winter sale.
Top deals we have spotted in the sale includes men's Squardra 17 shorts for £5.98, reduced from £14.95 and 4DFWD Pulse 2 running shoes for £84.50, reduced from £130.
Elsewhere shoppers can also pick up savings on full priced items too.
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Using the Sun Vouchers exclusive code, bargain-hunters can get 10% off full priced items.
The deal is perfect for anyone looking to invest in new training gear or replace worn trainers.
Or why not splash out on some his and hers clothing for Valentine's Day?
The exclusive Valentine's Day hoodie, £64, in bright magenta is perfect for the couple who trains together.
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Simply head to the Sun Vouchers site to get the code, and then use it at the checkout on the Adidas website when making your purchase.
The exclusive offer is valid until 31 January, and there's no minimum spend needed.
You can browse more unisex ranges on the adidas site here.
Want to find more savings on your online shopping? Then head to Sun Vouchers where you can get discounts and voucher codes on hundreds of top retailers including B&Q, Boots, Iceland, Lookfantastic, Dunelm, adidas and more.
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