adidas adiPure Adapt: The Ugly Duckling of adidas’ Natural Running Line

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Shoe giant adidas is about to release three new shoes in what it is referring to as its “natural running collection.” The shoes are the Adapt, Gazelle, and Motion, and the three shoes allow for a step-down approach to running in less shoe. According to Running Warehouse, the Motion is a 7.5oz, 8mm drop shoe […]

adidas Adizero Adios 2 Running Shoe Review

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“Kenyan runners race in low-support shoes, but they mostly train in big, chunky, cushioned sneakers, just like your average, plodding Western jogger. Oddly, though, and contrary to Lee’s (Saxby) theories, these big shoes don’t force the Kenyans to run heel first. They virtually all run in a lovely, smooth forefoot-first style – what Lee would […]

adidas adizero Hagio Running Shoe Review: A Roomy Road Flat Built for Speed

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Over the past 2+ years I’ve probably run in 50 or more different shoes, but until recently none of them were made by Adidas. I was recently asked if there was a particular reason why I was avoiding the brand, and the honest answer was that there was no reason, I’d just never had the […]

Adidas Adipure Trainer Barefoot-Style Running Shoe: Yet Another Fivefingers Clone?

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Looks like Adidas wants a piece of the Fivefingered shoe pie. Nick Pang over at Minimalistrunningshoes.org and Bill Katovsky at Zero Drop just sent me a photo of their newest minimalist shoe, the Adidas Adipure Trainer. Looks like the fact that Vibram, make of the Vibram Fivefingers, is suing Fila (who released a four-fingered shoe […]