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REVIEW: Adidas Terrex Agravic Flow Running Shoes

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They're ideal for this sort of off-road running, but less so on rough, steep or slippy hill terrain Described as being 'for casual runs and long sections on pavement or trails', the Agravic Flow seeks to straddle the line between urban and off-road running. There's not tons of cushioning or support here; it's best for those who favour a soft and lightweight shoe, says Dan Bailey.

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 robert-hutton 21 Jan 2020
In reply to UKC/UKH Gear:

I have had two pairs and both split on the front uppers within a month, so if you have anything other than a narrow foot I wouldn't bother

In reply to robert-hutton:

That's odd Robert, I've got a wide foot and I find them pretty spacious. No splitting issues on mine yet. Have you raised this with Adidas, or the shop you bought them at?

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 robert-hutton 22 Jan 2020
In reply to Dan Bailey - UKHillwalking.com:

> That's odd Robert, I've got a wide foot and I find them pretty spacious. No splitting issues on mine yet. Have you raised this with Adidas, or the shop you bought them at?

No but I do run off my toes quite a bit and after three months I just think they will say "so what"


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