adidas has poured a considerable amount of energy into its running category to create a premier line for its long-distance racers. One silhouette that's been leading the pack has been the Adizero Adios Pro, and its latest 3.0 variation has just been officially announced.
In the words of the German sportswear imprint, this newest offering is designed for those with a "need for speed." The overall low-cut shape is very similar to its predecessors but features major upgrades from a technology standpoint. Its cushioning system is supported by two layers of Lightstrike Pro foam which gives runners a bouncy, cloud-like ride as well as its Energyrods 2.0 tech which supplies stability and responsiveness.
The marathon-ready model has been unveiled in its inaugural "Core Black/Beam Yellow/Solar Green" colorway. The former tone decorates a majority of the real estate while "Beam Yellow" and "Solar Green" accents are embedded in gradient form into the oversized stripes that don the forefoot. Semi-chunky midsole units are styled with a crisp white finish.
Interested in copping? adidas is slated to drop these come June 23 for $220 USD.
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