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adizero · Running · Shoes

 
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adizero Running Shoes Frequently Asked Questions

adidas doesn’t currently make a zero-drop running shoe, but it does make some racing flats with a low midsole drop (7 mm or less). These include some shoes in the Adizero family, the brand’s performance racing line. The adidas Adizero Adios Pro 3, for example, has a drop of 6.5 mm
The adidas Adizero Pro includes a carbon plate for a propulsive feel. The Adizero racing line is always evolving, and other shoes in the family use carbon-infusedEnergyrods instead of a carbon plate. The rods are placed from the toe through the midfoot. Each one conforms to the foot at every touchdown, providing flexibility and stiffness that creates a responsive feel.
How long your pair of adidas Adizero Adios Pro shoes will last depends on your gait, running conditions and your own preference. A lower estimate of the Adios Pro lifespan is 300 miles, and an upper estimate is 750 miles, leaving an average mileage of 400, or roughly four to six months. At that point the EVA foam and the forefoot outsole might start wearing away, meaning less cushioning and traction for your run.