Adidas Supernova Glide
Released December, 2008
The Pros:Strong arch support, even for those with high arches. Plenty of cushion keeps feet from getting sore. Shoes feel light and maneuverable.
The Cons:Some plastic in the outer upper that will eventually wear.
The Adidas Supernova Glide is a neutral running shoe intended for outdoor use. It is the first Adidas running shoe to utilize the unique "ForMotion" outsole design that is supposed to adapt to ground texture and allow better stability and control.
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The interior of the shoe is a sock-like liner with no seams. The shoe has a snug-fitting mid-foot section, and a padded heel and collar region that fits close to the foot. It uses a two-plate heel insert that helps to reduce impact shock, and the outsole is made of a lightweight material that is supposed to be durable and intended for thorough and continuous use. Many of the "Supernova" shoes have the same features, and the Glide is similar to the Cushion 7, with an added anti-microbial liner.
- Released December 2008
- Neutral running shoe
- Durable, lightweight
- Mid-high arch support
- Snug-fitting midsole
- Padded collar and heel region
- Shock-absorbing heel insert
- Outsole adapts to ground texture
- Seamless, sock-like liner
- Anti-microbial, ultra-light liner
- Available in multiple colors
- Available in Men's and Women's sizes
User Reviews (1)
strong arch support, even for those with high arches
plenty of cushion keeps feet from getting sore
shoes feel light and maneuverable
durable construction allows daily all-day wear
shock absorption greatly reduces the chances of impact-related injury
sized to what is expected, can order the proper size with confidence
upper is breathable, keeps feet dry and cool
some plastic in the outer upper that will eventually wear
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