A friend of mine who now lives in the United States emailed to remind me that in the 1980s - when she was a teenager in Cuba - such capitalist attire was strictly forbidden at school.
Wearing an Adidas t-shirt, let alone a jogging suit, was enough to have you branded “ideologically deviated”. Which was bad news.
Of course, Castro banned a lot of other things beside Adidas during his ideologically pure phase, which lasted the best part of 30 years, until the spectacular collapse of the Soviet Union. As I recalled recently in this post, when I was growing up in the small town of Banes in the 1960s, listening to The Beatles was also regarded as decadent, bourgeois and counter-revolutionary.
A whole childhood spent without the joys of The Yellow Submarine ...