Adidas adiZero Mana 5

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Adidas adiZero Mana 5
The fit and cushioning are so good, it could double up for longer distances and training runs.

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What's new? A new dual density midsole for enhanced pronation control, a moulded sockliner for added comfort, and the addition of Adidas's updated cushioning material. We say The feedback on this shoe from our testers was unanimous: despite its racing construction, the cushioning, fit and midfoot support were all so good ...  Continue reading

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6 user reviews of Adidas adiZero Mana 5 See all

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Best trainers I have ever bought, seriosuly regret not buying another 2-3 pairs to see me through the next year or two! Continue reading...
A great shoe that is substanial enough to use for longer runs. I use them for everything from mile repeats to 20 mile long slow runs Continue reading...
Addidas normally are a narrow fit which these are but they dont feel too tight. They have a positive feel and look good to. Continue reading...
I run in Mizunos because they fit my feet so well. I don't believe I have particularly wide feet but these are too narrow for me. I chose them because of the great reviews but am going to have to get some wave Continue reading...
A great shoe that I will stick to now after trying variations of brand and design. Fit the bill perfectly. Continue reading...


I'm on my third pair of Manas.  They are fantastic everyday shoes - the only thing I don't like is that the outsole wears out quite quickly.

Posted: 25/07/2011 at 14:11

Been using a pair for a week and noticed a fair bit of wear. I also use adios and tempos and not noticed this on them? Have you had a look at the mana 6? I have heard these are lighter?

Posted: 25/07/2011 at 15:13

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Superb flexibility
Small and narrow fit
  • Price: £67.00
  • Year: from 2011

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