Adidas Response TR Running Shoe - Women's

Adidas Response TR Running Shoe - Women's
Adidas Response TR Running Shoe - Women's
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Response TR Running Shoe - Women's by Adidas
Tackle talus and packed-out trails alike with the Adidas Women's Response TR Running Shoe. The Response features a go-anywhere attitude thanks to its durable materials and adaptive design, allowing you to make the most of your miles--wherever your adventure takes you. A stretch mesh upper molds to the shape of your foot, while the Fitbands provides structural support and protection from trail-side obstacles. Additionally, the stretch mesh upper maintains breathability, keeping your foot cool and preventing hot spots or discomfort. A variety of lacing options provide a secure, personalized fit. Meanwhile, the midsole attenuates shock, enhances energy return, and provides quick transitions, and the Adaptive Traxion outsole, combined with the Continental rubber, assures rip, grip, and swift braking regardless of what kind of terrain you're tackling.

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