Tuesday, September 08, 2020

adidas Adizero Adios Pro Initial Review, Shoe Details and Comparisons: Something Very Different!

Video by Ryan Eiler and Sam Winebaum

adidas Adizero Adios Pro ($200)

Update: Read our full review HERE

Adizero Adios Pro is the brand's new distance racer. Ryan and RTR Editor Sam go for 1st runs, sharing their impressions, many shoe details and key comparisons.  

It is for sure a different riding (than super shoe competitors and adi's prior racers including the just released adizero Pro), super cushioned racing shoe which is clearly powered by the five front Energy Rods, a soft and friendly LIghtstrike Pro midsole, "cushioned traction" outsole, all supported by its excellent Celermesh upper. True to size.
Weight: 7.95 oz / 224 g. Stack 39.5mm heel / 31mm forefoot, 8.5mm drop.
Available mid Sept 2020.

Full multi tester review soon!

 Watch Sam and Ryan's Initial Review (21:00)

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