Adidas Supernova Cushion 7

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Adidas Supernova Cushion 7

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4 user reviews of Adidas Supernova Cushion 7 See all

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I've had quite a few Supernovas over the years and this is clearly the best. I usually go for the control but I find these inflexible and unresponsive to I changed to the cushion and boy what a difference. I've Continue reading...
On my third pair now. I keep my others for gardening. Can't bear to let them go, even after 8 monthe of pavement pounding. I keep thinking of spending more, but whats the point when these are perfect. Continue reading...
Very very very happy with these shoes, and planning to get a duplicate pair any day now... Continue reading...
I am a +6 foot, 14 stone, mid foot strike runner running 50+ miles/week and these provide all the cushioning I need within what feels like a very lightweight, performance shoe.
Noticable improvement on the pre Continue reading...


Well cushioned and is perfect for heavyweights like me 90Kg+ that do 50-80k per week 

At the moment, can´t fault it but the upper is a bit open and see through, lets in the "COLD"  too much for my likeness.

Good improvement and I alternate it with Saucony Triumph 4, both are great and I couldn´t tell you to buy one or the other.After many years Adidas have done it.

Posted: 28/02/2008 at 11:24

I had a pair of these and wasn't too happy with them compared to the Asics Kayanos that I normally wear.  I am also a big guy and I found that the Adidas were not as kind to my knees as the Asics so I switched back.

 I know what you mean about the cold though, it feels like there is no upper at all over the toes!

Posted: 20/03/2008 at 12:56

On the contrary, My Knees have got much better, As much as to say I have no problems at all. I have now done about 400Km and they´re still nice and "soft"

Posted: 20/03/2008 at 13:06

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