Womens Running Shoes

Long, slow distance or targeted speed training. However you like to run, find your next pair of women's running shoes here.
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Burst Into Action with Our adidas Women's Running Shoes

Designed for superior comfort and performance, our adidas women's running shoes will help you burst into action. With many of our shoes featuring our revolutionary foam BOOST technology which stores thousands of visible energy capsules that unleash endless power every time your foot hits the ground - our wide range of women's running shoes are an ideal complement for your active lifestyle. From a casual gym session, to running a marathon and everything in between, our women's running shoes will help you make the most of now.

Which Women's Running Shoes are Best?

This depends entirely on the type of activity you regularly participate in, with our range of adidas women's running shoes designed specifically for different purposes. This ranges from regular jogging/walking at the lower end of the physical activity spectrum, to competitive track and field athletics or running a marathon at the higher end of the spectrum.

How to Choose Women's Running Shoes?

Our may be considered an investment rather than a mere purchase, with our proprietary technology providing 2,500 tiny elastic bubbles in the midsole which accelerates the runner throughout her step. The following tips will help you choose the right shoe for your particular needs:

1. Step number one is to determine your foot type (also known as your degree of pronation) as this will inform the level of support you require from a pair of running shoes. A foot with neutral (supination) pronation requires running shoes with neutral support, whilst overpronated feet require running shoes offering stable support.

2. The second step is to consider the surface on which you will be training as different sole types are best suited to specific surfaces. If you'll be training on a flat surface such as asphalt or a treadmill - running shoes with a flat, soft sole will be your best choice. Conversely if you plan to engage in cross-country training or covering large distance over loose or uneven surfaces, then a pair of running shoes with a rigid sole will offer the best support.

3. Finally, the pair you choose should also be adjusted by the type of training you'll be undertaking. For warm ups and sprinting, our adidas Revenge and Response shoes are a good fit, for medium distance running our Supernova and Ultra Boost sneakers with improved cushioning offer extra support, whilst our adizero line is the best option for marathon and longer distance running.

How Should Women's Running Shoes Fit?

Having selected the best women's running shoes from our running range, based on your particular needs and preferences, the shoe should fit comfortably without being too loose or tight. In other words the fit should be just right, which you can best determine when you try them on for size. If for whatever reason you're not happy with your purchase you can always return for free within 30 days!

Womens Running Shoes Frequently Asked Questions

Women's and men's running shoes usually differ in terms of width as men have wider feet than women. Some women with wider feet prefer to wear men's running shoes. As long as the shoes fit your feet well, you can wear whichever shoes you prefer.
The main difference between men's and women's running trainers is usually in the width. Women, in general, have narrower feet than men.