Adidas adiStar Salvation

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Adidas adiStar Salvation
A well-balanced shoe for moderate over-pronators.

Our Review

The Salvation, formerly adiStar Control, has become slightly wider and more cushioned in the forefoot to give a more stable feel. Overlays on the forefoot are now stitched onto the upper rather than glued, to save weight and to enable a looser, more breathable mesh to be used. As befits the ...  Continue reading

Reader Reviews

7 user reviews of Adidas adiStar Salvation See all

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These shoes are very comfortable when you first put them on, however with continuous blister problems would not buy them again. Continue reading...
Ive tried several different trainers either they were to hard, not offering enough cushioning and i kept getting knee problems. I then came across the salvation"excellent". I feel so much support and comfort th Continue reading...
I am used to New Balance where I haven't had these problems despite high mileage. I would recommend these shoes but suggest you also look at the NB offering. These are expensive. Continue reading...
I have very flat feet, so the substantial arch support causes blistering, but at the same correcting my gait nicely.
I prefer blisters than shin-splints, so these shoes get my vote - (compeed comes in handy). Continue reading...
Out of the box ran 8 miles in the rain at 1 minute per mile faster than my normal pace. Completely confortable for my semi-wide (F fit) feet and 175cm, 199lb stocky body. No rubbing, blisters, very impressed, b Continue reading...

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Ive tried several different trainers either they were to hard, not offering enough cushioning and i kept getting knee problems. I then came across the salvation"excellent". I feel so much support and comfort that i don't wish for any other trainer I'm on to my 4th pair. I hope their are not to many changes in the Salvation 2 trainer due out shortly.

Posted: 26/02/2010 at 19:06



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Plush cushioning
Firm forefoot
  • Price: £100.00
  • Year: from 2009

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