Avid runners can expert plenty of new offerings from adidas' adiPure range. As part of the new Natural Running Shoe collection, these minimalist running shoes will cater to runners of all levels. The collection includes the 7.2 oz Motion for beginners while intermediate runners can opt for a decrease from the Motion’s 11 mm heel-to-midsole drop in favor of the lower-profile 7 mm heel-to-midsole drop of the 6.3 oz Gazelle. And for advanced runners, there's the lightweight slip-on design of the Adapt, which features a 4 mm drop from the heel to the midsole and weighs in at only 4.5 ounces. Other features include a polyurethane overlay with a snug, sock-like fit,
dual-layer midsoles across the entire range, and 360 degrees of support.
Previously available in Europe, Japan and China, the adidas adiPure Adapt is set to launch in the US this August for $90 USD while the Motion ($110 USD) and Gazelle ($100 USD) are now available online from adidas and in-store at select running footwear retailers.
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