Women's ADIDAS® ADIZERO® ADIOS 2 :: Say "Adios!" to your previous personal records - and the competition - when you slip on the women's adidas® adizero® Adios 2. Enjoy speedy and smooth runs with these super-light, super-flexible shoes. Experience the snug fit of the breathable micro-fit uppers, made from air mesh and eco-friendly synthetic overlays for strategic support without weight. Support arches at your midfoot, where an extension Torsion® system provides stability while letting your forefoot and rearfoot move independently for enhanced integrity. Bounce through your runs with cushy, springy EVA foam that provides the rebound that you crave for race day or up-tempo training sessions. 6.3 ounces
Features & Benefits:
Grip the ground with confidence, thanks to traction-enhancing outsoles made from Continental™ rubber
Propel forward with a burst of energy from springy adiPRENE® at the forefoot
Feel fresh, cool and dry with breathable air mesh uppers and non-slip Coolever linings
Protect your feet from shock with the impact attenuating power of adiPRENE® at the heel and resilient adiPRENE +® at the forefoot
Stay speedy, thanks to the adidas® adizero® Adios 2's uber light weigh - a mere 6.3 ounces
Experience enhanced flexibility and response with the Quick-strike outsole design
This was my first night running in these shoes. Background info on my running experience...I'm an avid runner. I am at the gym 5 times a week without fail, getting my workout/run in. I was a long-time Nike free run shoe fan, I love the minimalist type shoes. I started to move more towards a complete minimal shoe and purchased New Balance Minimus 20s. Great shoes, but then I ran into a wretched calf strain. The strain prevented me from continuing using the NB's because there was zero support (obviously). I went to a running store and they put me in Mizuno Wave Rider 15's. Also a tremendous shoe which gave me the perfect amount of support to work back after the strain. But, it is ALOT of shoe. And as I mentioned, I'm a minimalist type runner.
So, with the strain healed, and my yearn for something less bulky on my feet, I found these amazing Adidas. I will say, I ended up going a 1/2 size bigger with these. My normal size felt way too snug to even slide my foot in (I do sorta have fred flinstone wide feet).
My first run in these shoes was a run I have been waiting for since straining my calf. I felt so fast, so free and still supported. I put 5 miles on em tonight with the run and then took em on a hiking exercise on a Treadclimber for 20 minutes with ZERO strain anywhere. I had no issues with tingly toes or numbness in my sole. All my joints felt great and nothing was burning. This is a perfect mid-sole running shoe. I cannot wait to try these on the road. Ps, I'm training for a half marathon, if it continues this great...I'll be sporting Adidas Adizero Adios on my run ;)
LIfe's Good Laura
My favorite running shoes
I am a gym rat and an avid runner, 7 days a week either on the road or at the gym...back in April 2011 when I ran the Boston marathon, I first saw the male winner with these shoes breaking the world best time, I totally fell in love with these shoes. As soon as I hit the finish line, with limping legs, I jumped into the marathon store and bought a pair. Two weeks later I started my 1st run, these shoes are amazing!!! They are lightweight, comfy and very supportive, unlike other heavy shoes, they killed my calf muscles after each marathon. Several months later, I ran the Chicago marathon with these shoes and got my PB!!! Since then I only run on these shoes (I have 4 pairs). I just got the new Adios 2.0 and am going to wear them for my one week back to back Paris and London marathons this April. Just leak a secret, I just ran 24 miles on them last Saturday. Here are the details:
-comfy and super lightweight
-still the cushion with great support.
-work well with custom orthotics.
-keep feet naturally flat
-stable for preventing over pronation, help to keep knees stable
-support front feet protecting ankles and achilles tendon
- save your calories for every long run
-30% less sore on legs after completing a marathon (better your PB)
- faster recovery after the run
-good material preventing blister
-breathable keeping feet dry during run in hot summer.
I hope this information is helpful to runners who are looking for lighter shoes or for you after recovering from an injury. Go runners!!! Get them and get your next PB!
A light shoe probably better for smaller
The shoe is very comfortable, light and narrow all of which I was looking for. However, I'm training for a marathon and my feet took a pounding on my 11 mile run. The balls of my feet were sore from lack of cushioning (and I run heel to toe) and the arch of my feet were sore from lack of arch support. I did like the shoe for shorter runs of 3-6 miles just not the long runs.
Love this shoe!
Womens adidas adizero adios 2 Running Shoe
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