Winter Running Shoes

Nothing gets between you and your miles, especially not the weather thanks to adidas winter running shoes. Weather-resistant uppers and reliable traction help you run through wet and dry conditions.

Winter running shoes to brave the elements

Cold sleet, icy slush, biting wind. Wintry weather can do a number on your motivation. With winter running shoes from adidas, you'll be prepared for the conditions and ready to perform at your best. We offer cold-weather shoes made for road or trail running, for everyone from beginning runners to seasoned athletes. Waterproof shoes made with GORE-TEX and water-repellent shoes built with COLD.RDY keep feet warm and dry as you splash through puddles or mud. Continental™ Rubber outsoles provide extraordinary grip in wet or dry conditions to keep you feeling steady on your feet as you push on through rain or snow. You can count on all of the best adidas midsole technology, such as energy-returning Boost, springy Bounce and ultra-light Lightstrike to cushion every stride. Collections like Terrex, EQT21 and adidas by Stella McCartney add sleek style to your cold-weather running looks. Pick up some cold-weather sneakers from adidas, and you're all set to make winter your favorite running season. 

Winter Running Shoes Frequently Asked Questions

The best winter running shoes are designed to be weather-resistant or waterproof and have additional insulation to keep the foot warm. They also provide additional traction for slippery surfaces and have extra reflective materials for low-light conditions. You should choose a pair that firmly supports your ankles. Winter running shoes should fit snuggly to ensure maximum traction. Read more about what to wear for cold weather running on the adidas blog.
Trail running shoes are great for winter running in the snow as they offer increased levels of traction, insulation, protection and durability. They are designed to be used in more extreme terrains.
The best way to keep your feet warm while winter running is to buy shoes with the least amount of mesh and the most added insulation and weather-resistant materials. Socks that wick away moisture but still keep your feet warm are highly recommended and you should avoid elements like snow, ice, slush and water as much as possible.