, but did you buy them just before the run ? If so, this is a real no no. They do need to be bedded in for a few weeks before doing long runs.Having said that 2 miles isn't a long run, so shouldn't have been giving you trouble. Yep, I've had that with Adidas
ADIDASPO Box 39, The Adidas Centre, Pepper Road, Hazel Grove, Stockport, Cheshire SK7 5SD; 0161-419 2500; www.adidas.com/uk2005 MODELSSTABILITYSupernova Control Revenge CUSHIONEDAdistar Cushion MOTION CONTROLAdistar Control PERFORMANCERotterdam
I weigh 90k and have had 2 pairs of them. Don´t know why they are suited to lighter runners!!! Have phoned adidas and they said that the adistar would be better but why change when they are well suited to me and are for heavier runners. I have gone
Weight 349gEvaluation The Supernova Cushion is one of Adidas's most successful shoes, so it's always careful with updates. This latest version sticks closely to the Cushion script, with a few subtle changes. It's now built on a wider last, so
Is this race run on the same course as the NSPCC 1/2? Don't know - I did the NSPCC one last Sunday. It was nice and flat, traffic-free and very scenic. Only slight niggle was it was a bit too narrow just after the start. The Adidas one this year
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.Could this herald a new dawn in running? Could we see a sub-2 hour marathon? Could RW's mag editor Andy snatch that elusive sub-3 marathon if he wears them? adidas certainly believes its new technology will play an important part in running history in the future
testers alike, with the RW Lab rating it the springiest shoe in its history of testing – out of almost 880 pairs. The usual Adidas close-fitting rule applies, so go for a half-size up.
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