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Adizero Hagio 2 Shoes

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Adizero Hagio 2 Shoes

Your feet will take flight when you pull on these running shoes. A breathable air mesh upper with seamless SPRINTWEB supports the foot, and ADIPRENE®+ in the forefoot launches you forward. They feature TORSION® SYSTEM for midfoot integrity.
  • Weight: 6.6 ounces (size 9)
  • Air mesh upper for maximum breathability; SPRINTWEB for seamless lightweight support; Japanese-designed flat for top racers, from the mile to the marathon
  • ADIPRENE®+ in the forefoot maintains propulsion and efficiency
  • TORSION® SYSTEM for midfoot integrity
  • Non-slip lining for comfort and performance; Lightweight and responsive molded foam insole for cushioning
  • ADIWEAR™ outsole offers the ultimate in high-wear durability
  • Imported
Adizero Hagio 2 Shoes 4.2 5 6 6
Great shoe but doesn't fit women well I LOVE these shoes for street running. They're light, perfect drop, and they never get slippery when you hit a water slick. However, the advice for women to order one size down is incorrect. I purchased these in my regular size and the room in the toe box is perfect. However, they are randomly too wide in the mid-foot and heel, and they don't have the extra eyelet to cinch the tops like most running shoes. If I run more than 4 miles in them sans duct tape, I end up with nasty blood blisters on my insteps. I also find myself trying to cinch the laces as tight as possible to get a better fit through both the mid-foot and the heel, which is less than optimal on longer runs. May 21, 2013
Racing shoe Incredibly light and with that snug Adidas fit I like. Surprisingly rigid on top, thanks to the thin, solid material much of the shoe is made of. I think you'd have to be a top-flight runner to do lots of miles in these: they're very flat and have a firm ride. I wear them for 5k races and the occasional short training/sprint session. The arch support is the lowest of any of the many shoes I've owned (Nike Frees, Saucony Kinvara, Brooks Pure Connect). If I had to run more than a few miles in them, I'd look into raising the arch slightly. May 24, 2013
New Experience Lightest shoe ever owned, this is one of two new purchases from Adidas both having a positive experience. The other surprise is how snug they fit while remaining comfortable. Would buy again after having a couple of test runs underway. January 5, 2013
Great racing flat for neutral runner I have run many races from 2 miles to half marathons in these shoes. Feels great at race speed, not as much when going slowly. A good shoe if you have good racing form as it is stiff with little cushioning (it is a racing flat, after all). More mid-foot support than most racing flats. Excellent wet traction on roads. I would not recommend this shoe for novice runners. I use a half size larger in this shoe than with my street shoes and other running shoes (10.5 vs 10). August 9, 2014
Nice! Brilliant pair of shoes, very light and a perfect fit. Unfortunately I was looking for a red pair of trainers, these are orange! September 22, 2013
racing shoes lightweight and fast are what this shoes sells; And that is what you get. Hard to find, but well worth the wait! September 11, 2014
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