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The adidas Supernova Sequence 6 is a light, cushioned and flexible running shoe.

The Supernova Sequence 6 has a FORMOTION adapts to the ground, a breathable air mesh upper and a GEOFIT construction for an anatomical fit.

Air mesh upper with synthetic overlays for support.

ADIPRENE+ in the forefoot maintains propulsion and efficiency.

PRO-MODERATOR medial support helps prevent overpronation. TORSION SYSTEM for midfoot integrity.

Molded EVA sockliner. ADIPRINE insert under the heel.

Durable adiWEAR and Continental rubber outsole for grip in all conditions.

WEIGHT: 11.5 ounces (size 9);

According to adidas: the Supernova Sequence 6 is designed for runners with a 7- to 12-minute-per-mile pace


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