Adidas Supernova Running Shoe - Women's

Adidas Supernova Running Shoe - Women's
Adidas Supernova Running Shoe - Women's
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Supernova Running Shoe - Women's by Adidas
When it comes to going the distance, look no further than the Adidas Supernova Running Shoe to provide the support and energy return you need to tackle longer runs. The Supernova boasts neutral support for adaptability, and the breathable mesh promotes a comfortable climate for your foot. Meanwhile, the seamless TPU panels provide torsional support, and the Torsion System between the heel and forefoot offer a more stabilized, comfortable stride. A FitCounter heel cup offers a natural fit that supports the Achilles tendon, without obstructing it or inducing discomfort. The boost midsole attenuates shock and assures a highly adaptive, responsive feel underfoot so you're able to uptick the miles. Not to mention, the Stretchweb rubber outsole ensures a lively feel and becomes more grippy when wet.

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