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Red Running Shoes

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ADIDAS RED RUNNING SHOES

Turn heads as you fly by in red running shoes from adidas. From deep maroon to vibrant Shock Red, men’s and women’s red running shoes come in a wide array of warm shades so you can find the right one for setting your run on fire. Young creators can bring the heat, too, in kids’ red running shoes made of the same materials as those made for adults.

As in all running shoes from adidas, our red running shoes utilize technical designs to improve comfort and enhance your performance. Find the support that’s right for you with Primeknit uppers that wrap your foot with an engineered fit or Forgedmesh uppers with strategic zones of reinforcement that support lateral as well as linear movement. Get superior cushioning from Boost midsoles. Boost absorbs impact and returns it at push-off to propel you forward. If you’re switching up surfaces, look for all-terrain Continental™ Rubber outsoles which work like winter tires for your feet, providing grip and traction in all conditions, flexing underfoot for an energized ride.

ADIDAS ARCHIVE: BOOST TECHNOLOGY

With adidas Boost, you get out what you put in. The quest to create the perfect midsole material took decades of research and development, eventually resulting in industry-altering—and performance-enhancing—technology. After countless trials and hundreds of iterations, Boost midsoles launched in 2013, setting a new sneaker standard. Boost delivers immediate energy return, propelling runners forward while providing peak comfort.

MORE BOOST DETAILS

Boost is constructed of small granular material (TPU) blown-up and turned into small energy capsules, which make up the distinctive midsole. With their unique cell structure, these springy energy capsules in your red running shoes store and unleash energy more efficiently in every step.

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