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adidas Swift Run Shoes
Comfort for hours on end, no matter what your day has in store. Swift Run shoes are comfortable, wear-anywhere footwear. It’s the classic runner shape that makes them a go-to for everyday activities when easygoing comfort is the goal. Throw them on in the morning with athletic leggings or joggers and a hoodie, or pair them with jeans and a graphic tee for a casual outfit to hang out with friends. adidas Swift Run sneakers are built with an airy mesh upper and lightweight cushioning that refreshes your every step. From adults to teens to kids, there’s a size and color for every personality out there. When it’s time to take to the trail, adidas Swift hiking shoes provide the same comfort with added stability and traction for uneven terrain. Pick up your ideal pair of Swift Run shoes for your everyday.
Frequently Asked Questions About adidas Swift Shoes
Are adidas Swift good for running?
adidas Swift Run sneakers are jogger-style shoes with a look influenced by sport, but they're not designed for running. The Swift Run has EVA cushioning and a sleek style that makes it great for city exploration, a sprint to the bus stop or evenings around the fire pit with friends.
Do adidas Swift shoes run true to size?
adidas Swift Run sneakers are made in adult and youth sizes and generally run true to size. However, different materials and designs in different versions could make the shoe feel tighter or roomier. To find the right size for you, measure your feet using this adidas size guide.
How to lace adidas Swift Run?
Change up how you lace your adidas Swift Run sneakers to reflect your personal style. For a clean and classic look, thread the shoelaces diagonally through the eyelets from the outside to the inside. Work up from the bottom toward the tongue, keeping the laces smooth and aligned. Another option is straight lacing, where the laces insert straight across from eyelet to eyelet instead of diagonally. Find your favorite at this illustrated shoe lacing guide.