How Do Adidas Running Shoes Fit?
If you are considering buying Adidas running shoes, you should know how do Adidas running shoes fit? The fit of Adidas running shoes depends on the model of Adidas that you buy. It also depends on your unique foot shape and what you will be using the Adidas running shoes for.
Generally speaking, Adidas running shoes have a pretty standard fit. Some running shoes are either hated or loved, like Asics, but Adidas has a more general fit, they will work for most people. The fit of Adidas running shoes is probably very comparable to the fit of your street shoes. Specifically, the Men's Supernova Glide 2 (which was the official shoe of the Boston Marathon in 2010) has measurements of 12.2 x 8.1 x 4.8 inches and weight just under two pounds (size 12).
Most of the fit of Adidas running shoes is average. The toe box of Adidas running shoes tends to have a medium depth. The length of most Adidas running shoes id standard. The forefoot and heel have a medium width. If you have very wide feet, very narrow feet or just generally weird feet, Adidas might not be the best running shoes for you. Conversely, if your feet are "average" than they should fit you perfectly. Adidas running shoes also tend to be heavier and more supportive.
The fit of Adidas running shoes is ideal for distance running. Adidas generally speaking, does not make tempo shoes or racing flats. Tempo shoes and racing flats tend to fit more snugly and they have a shorter length.