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Trainers with Laces


Trainers with laces remain the most popular type of sports footwear to this day. Check out the amazing adidas range of classic lace-up trainers, featuring the famous 3-Stripes, trefoil and other iconic designs.

adidas trainers with laces for optimum efficiency

adidas trainers with laces take sports shoes as their point of departure in terms of design and special features, but of course there are other considerations to be taken into account. This starts but doesn’t end at fashion-forward styling in line with the trend for trainers as part of the smart-casual wardrobe.

Performance and wearability are key criteria

Making use of appropriate materials is a key part of achieving the performance standards athletes look for when they compete, while the choice of materials is also a defining part of attaining the cool and edgy look demanded by successful streetwear. Trainers with laces to be used as running shoes have a feather-light ductile mesh upper that moulds to the foot and built-in springiness in the sole to deliver a cushioning effect. This in turn provides upwards bounce that maximises the strength and speed of every step. On the other hand, the classic understated sneaker profile provided by tennis shoes with a slightly retro feel is created by using top-quality full-grain leather or genuine suede uppers and a real rubber sole. Where trainers with laces are composed primarily of fabric, adidas uses textile technology to add a waterproof overlay. Some of the most distinctive and specialised adidas trainers with laces are actually performance-grade boxing shoes, with foot and ankle-hugging mesh uppers and thin rubber soles plus lacing over a branded tongue all the way up to just above the ankle bone. Meanwhile, trainers with laces designed for use by snowboarders would look just as cool on the high street as on the slopes.

adidas logos and style signifiers

adidas allows its iconic style and quality to speak for itself, but there will usually be subtle references to the brand. This might be the recognisable adidas 3-Stripes, or possibly a Trefoil logo on the tongue or heel of your pair of adidas trainers with laces.