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AdidasWho wouldn’t know Adidas? The three-stripe logo that resembles a mountain, a challenge in life to overcome, pertains to an originally German company that is one of the largest producers of the sport equipment in the world. In Europe, it is number 1 in selling the sports apparel since 1949.

And of course, one of company’s main focus are running shoes for different sorts of runners. What is notable and interesting at the same time is the fact that the company makes use of 4 different logos. Not only the one above.

You may find across all product lines three parallel stripes. That is the main logo for Adidas. The next one is Threfoil for casual apparel and the Original line. Professional’s clothing and other equipment for the TOP athletes is mostly marked by the Mountain as of a symbol of Performance. And the last one, the Cyrcle, can be found at the Style collections.

Adidas Supernova New Running Shoes Review

Adidas Supernova New Running Shoes Review

If I wanted a medium-quality daily trainer and wouldn’t want to spend a whole fortune, I would heavily take into consideration the purchase of Adidas Supernova. Whether they are also good enough for you or whether to grab some other model, I will try to outline in those few lines below. Cause I had Adidas Supernova shoes for more than a week and it went pretty well. First of all, I must say that I really loved the yellowish green…

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Adidas Fluidflow Review

Adidas Fluidflow Review

What are Adidas Fluidflow great for?  Very cool-looking and awesome running shoes for anyone having wide feet. After having them tested, this was the first thing that I thought. They are extremely roomy in the toe box. I personally loved it because I rather have flat feet and therefore I need something wide enough. That’s how I got to Adidas Fluidflow and to be honest, it completely solved the problem with the width of shoes for me. Whether they are…

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Adidas Puremotion Adapt Review

Adidas Puremotion Adapt Review

Interesting look… That was my very first impression from these sports shoes. Before I dive into the review itself, one thing first. What is interesting is that there are actually two versions of Adidas Puremotion. Specifically for women, the first one is an easy slip-on, called Puremotion Adapt, the one that I have. The second one is made with a typical lacing overlay, just called Adidas Puremotion. You can also get Adidas Puremotion in the man’s version but just with…

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Adidas Cloudfoam Pure

Adidas Cloudfoam Pure

Girls, watch out! If you are on a hunt for fancy, stylish sports shoes that go well with most casual clothing, then you are on the right track. Adidas Cloudfoam Pure is the newly released model by Adidas, especially for women. Sure, you can find the man’s version as well but most of the shape and design variations you’re going to find in colors for women. So if you want some chick sneakers that you can combine easily with everything,…

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Adidas Lite Racer Adapt 3.0

Adidas Lite Racer Adapt 3.0

Cheap and easy-going shoes for undemanding sport activities. That’s how I would characterize Adidas Lite Racer Adapt 3.0 in one sentence. I tested the man’s version for some 20 miles running and for other indoor activities, such as exercising in my private gym and cross training. So pretty simple. I believe that you may think that just 20 miles is definitely not enough for testing a running model. And normally, it is true. Normally, I do around 50 to 100…

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Adidas Response Review

Adidas Response Review

As you may see from the photos below, the new running shoes Adidas Response have inserted two different layers in the midsole. They combine Boost foam with Cloudfoam. Those are the two highly rated midsoles that form the most successful Adidas running shoes these days (Adidas Ultraboost 20’s popping in my head). But how did this hybrid model, Adidas Response come out after I tested it for a week? Let’s take a look at some more details. Not the most…

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Adidas Kaptir

Adidas Kaptir

Easy slip on shoes for every-day wear and running, that’s what I’ve wanted for quite some time. Something simplistic without a need to lace the shoes up every time when I decided to take them outside for sports activities. Then I got for testing these Adidas Kaptir and I was wearing them for 3 weeks continuously. How was the shoes’s overall performance and whether I would buy them in real after the test… Easy to put on? The fact you…

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Adidas SL 20 Review

Adidas SL 20 Review

There is a lot that you can do for a faster tempo. You can try interval training, stretching, fartlek or simply take very light running shoes. Adidas SL20 is a great example of lightweight running shoes that comes in at only around 220 grams (7.76 oz). With this model you will get boosted on speed and achieve your target faster than with most other running shoes.  As for weight, Adidas SL20 is very comparable to Nike Zoom Pegasus Turbo 2,…

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Adidas Questar Flow Review

Adidas Questar Flow Review

An affordable running shoe that is equipped with Cloadfoam midsole technology for an ultimately lightweight feeling. In a one sentence, that’s exactly how you may describe what to expect from Adidas Questar Flow. Even though this running shoe is not a mainstream (such as Adidas Ultraboost 20), it kind of delivers what it promises. I tested the shoe for 50 miles in total, indoors the same as outdoors, and truth to be said, it was quite an interesting  experience. Foremost,…

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Adidas Runfalcon

Adidas Runfalcon

I always loved running shoes that were about much more than running. Basically, running shoes have never been for me just like a tool that is supposed to serve its purpose. I always perceived it as a real noticeable part of my looks so that when I got from my dad a while ago Adidas Runfalcon, it really did a big click in my heart. For its perfectly light, unobtrusive and very practical design, I fully enjoyed it for more…

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