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Tech Onix/Neo Iron Metallic/Vivid Pink

  1. Increase your speed with Adidas!
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Increase your speed with Adidas!

Speed up your training with the ultralight adizero Feather 2 from adidas.

This shoe is miCoach SPEED_CELL compatible. Purchase your miCoach SPEED_CELL separately. The miCoach SPEED_CELL is available for Mac/PC (item# 27908) or iPhone/iPod (item #42038.)

UPPER: Air mesh provides maximum ventilation and durability. SprintWeb welded frame offers lightweight support.

MIDSOLE: adiPrene+ foam maintains propulsion while maximizing comfort. SprintFrame gives you stability and support.

OUTSOLE: Compatible with miCoach. adiWear rubber outsole for the best durability in high-wear areas.

WEIGHT: 6.6 oz.


Entrena más rápido con los botines ultraligeros adizero Feather 2 de adidas. Compatibles con la consola miCoach SPEED_CELL (se vende por separado). CORTE: Malla que brinda la mayor ventilación y los hace más duraderos. Armazón fundido SprintWeb que brinda

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