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Malaysia’s sportswear giant Adidas has been a huge beneficiary of the ongoing protests that have been going on in the country since the beginning of the year.
It has been buying up some of the most popular sports shoes from brands such as Nike, Under Armour and Adidas.
These shoes are now sold in stores and online.
Some of the latest shoe purchases include Adidas Red Sports Shoes, which were made available in stores on March 30, and Adidas Red Sport, which are now available at online retailers such as Shoe Palace, the Daily Dot and New York’s Urban Outfitters.
The Malay government, which has been pushing for a new constitution, has issued an edict banning the sale of any footwear in public places and at all times except during designated sporting events.
It also banned the sale and distribution of any products that promote “illegal activities,” including the sale or promotion of “illegal materials,” such as “weapons, drugs, drugs paraphernalia, gambling, alcohol, gambling paraphernal products, gambling services, gambling cards, cards, dice, poker chips, dice chips, electronic gaming devices, online gambling services,” among other items.
The edict was issued on March 18 and has been in effect for nearly a month.
Some retailers have reported selling out of the Adidas Red sport shoes in recent days, and other stores are currently out of stock.
According to Adidas, the edict has not affected the company’s ability to sell its Red sportswears at all stores in Malaysia.
“We continue to closely monitor the situation and will continue to monitor the new constitution,” a spokesperson for Adidas told USA TODAY Sports.
“In light of the edicts and restrictions on sales, we will continue with our strategy of offering exclusive Red Sport and Adidas products through our online store.”
Malaysia is the world’s fourth largest consumer of sportswearing products, after the United States, the United Kingdom and China.