Bosnia will wear the new kit for the first time in a friendly against Mexico in Chicago on June 3 just ahead of the World Cup in Brazil.
"This is a landmark moment for our nation - making our first appearance in a major tournament and partnering with Adidas," said Elvedin Begic, president of the Bosnia and Herzegovina Football Federation.
Italian-based Legea, one of the smaller players in the sportswear industry, is the current supplier for Bosnia.
Adidas and U.S. rival Nike are battling for supremacy in a soccer kit industry worth more than $5 billion annually.
Nike is the kit supplier for 10 teams including hosts Brazil. German sportswear company Puma, number three in the market, is the partner to eight finalists.
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