Adidas adiZero Tempo 4

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Adidas adiZero Tempo 4
Despite extra cushioning, this shoe is very light.

Our Review

What's new? There's been some gender-specific tweaking to the blown-rubber sole of the women's version. The adiPRENE+ cushioning now runs down the full length of the forefoot, for additional support and bounce.  We say This shoe is unusual in having a lot more forefoot cushioning than heel, so it felt ...  Continue reading

Reader Reviews

4 user reviews of Adidas adiZero Tempo 4 See all

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Made as a lightweight racer I use them for most training, because the cushioning is suitable for longer distances. An improvement on past editions and every bit as good as more recent ones. Look great too. Continue reading...
A cracking pair of trainers that give good response and enough cushioning for road running, ideal for 10Ks. Good for speed training. Continue reading...
Having searched for a decent pair of trainers for some time matching lightweight, responsive, suitable for over pronation these seem to do the trick. Continue reading...
Responsive and balanced shoe, providing the support in all the right areas. Continue reading...


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Gender-specific outsole
Average flexibility
  • Price: £70.00
  • Year: from 2010