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The legacy of the Marathon continues with this ultra light and stylish shoe that pushes you past the competition with the latest technology from adidas.

UPPER: Air mesh upper for maximum breathability.

MIDSOLE: Nonslip dual-layer adiLite EVA sockliner for antimicrobial comfort. Torsion System for Midfoot integrity. ForMotion for added motion control and ground adaptability. The adiPrene+ material maintains forefoot propulsion and efficiency.

Compatible with adidas miCoach SPEED_CELL, sold separately, to track all your stats!

OUTSOLE: Rubber outsole with adiWear offers the best durability in high-wear areas.

WEIGHT: 8.4 oz.


El legado de los Marathon continúa con estos atractivos tenis para correr ultra ligeros, los cuales te colocarán por encima de la competencia gracias a lo último en tecnología de adidas. CORTE: Malla para obtener la mayor ventilación. Calceta interior adiL

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