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“Sneaker Wars: The Enemy Brothers Who Founded Adidas and Puma and the Family Feud that Forever Changed the Business of Sport”

The story behind two of the world’s most well-known sneaker brands is a rich, engrossing family saga, with a vicious feud between two brothers played out in Barbara Smits’ new book “Sneaker Wars.”

Rudi and Adi Dassler were the brothers behind the shoe factory, Gebrüder Dassler, in the 1920s in the small town of Herzogenaurach, Germany. The factory was owned and operated by the Dassler family, who made the country’s best sports shoes. They benefited from the Nazi’s enthusiasm for sports, and when Jesse Owens wore the company’s spikes at the 1936 Berlin Olympics, it thrust the company into the international spotlight.

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Rudi and Adi Dassler were the brothers behind the shoe factory, Gebrüder Dassler, in the 1920s in the small town of Herzogenaurach, Germany. The factory was owned and operated by the Dassler family, who made the country’s best sports shoes. They benefited from the Nazi’s enthusiasm for sports, and when Jesse Owens wore the company’s spikes at the 1936 Berlin Olympics, it thrust the company into the international spotlight.

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“Sneaker Wars: The Enemy Brothers Who Founded Adidas and Puma and the Family Feud that Forever Changed the Business of Sport”

The story behind two of the world’s most well-known sneaker brands is a rich, engrossing family saga, with a vicious feud between two brothers played out in Barbara Smits’ new book “Sneaker Wars.”

Rudi and Adi Dassler were the brothers behind the shoe factory, Gebrüder Dassler, in the 1920s in the small town of Herzogenaurach, Germany. The factory was owned and operated by the Dassler family, who made the country’s best sports shoes. They benefited from the Nazi’s enthusiasm for sports, and when Jesse Owens wore the company’s spikes at the 1936 Berlin Olympics, it thrust the company into the international spotlight.

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