Australian Taekwondo has signed a sponsorship agreement with Jols to kit out its teams for the next three years.
Jols is the Australian distributor of Adidas Martial Arts and brings access to a wide range of apparel and equipment for Australian Taekwondo and its members.
As part of the sponsorship, Jols will also be offering members exclusive discounts on Adidas and generic branded goods.
"This is an exciting opportunity for our members and offers them real savings across a wide range of doboks, training and competition equipment," an Australian Taekwondo statement reads.
"Australian Taekwondo is pleased to be associated with Jols and the Adidas brand and looks forward to our members also sharing in the benefits."
In June 2017, Australian Taekwondo received an extra AUS$200,000 (£116,000/$157,000/€130,000) in Government funding for the enusing year.
It was announced by the Australian Sports Commission and Australian Institute of Sports that the governing body will be given the money to help increase participation in taekwondo across the country.
Australia entered four athletes into taekwondo competition at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
Safwan Khalil, Hayder Shkara, Caroline Marton and Carmen Marton all competed for the country.
Khalil was the most successful, reaching the quarter-finals of the under-58 kilograms event, where he was beaten by Thailand’s Tawin Hanprab.