Size and fit

With a Cloudfoam memory foam sock liner that enhances fitting, the shoe also has an overall textile lining for superior and snug feeling to the foot. It has a narrower but longer interior that is just right for street activities and casual walks. These kicks are available in men’s sizes.

Adidas Cloudfoam Super Daily Style

A well-built exterior, clean silhouette and a variety of colorways give it a mass appeal that would suit jeans, shorts, and any kind of casual wear. The heavy canvas upper with the stitched-on Adidas Three-Stripes gives it a classic and retro style without sacrificing comfort.

Notable Features

The shoes are geared towards the younger generation who love the casual and street styles with its ballistic nylon or heavy canvas upper and a rubber outsole with foxing tape for a vulcanized look. A Cloudfoam memory sock liner helps mold to the foot for superior step-in comfort while the Cloudfoam super midsole combines the midsole with a super-soft insert for enhanced comfort users can immediately feel.

Adidas Cloudfoam Super Daily History

Adidas NEO is a sub-brand of the German shoe manufacturer which stands for “New by definition. New in concept. New in spirit.”  Adidas uses this sub-brand to target the youth specifically teenagers aged 14 to 19 years old. The price ranges of these shoes are also on the budget-friendly side keeping in mind the budget expenditures of a teenager. Among the previous brand ambassadors of the NEO shoes are Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez. The Adidas Cloudfoam Super Daily, released in 2014, is an improvement to the Adidas Neo Daily released in 2012 with the introduction of the Cloudfoam Technology.

Additional Info

  • The shoe comes in heavy canvas and ballistic nylon upper with a reinforced toe and Stitched-on 3-Stripes
  • Rubber outsole with foxing tape for vulcanized look and feel
  • It has a comfortable textile lining

Popularity

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Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny is a sports nut with a particular interest in football and running. He loves to watch sports as much as he loves to play. Danny was lead researcher on RunRepeat and The PFA’s report into Racial Bias in Football Commentary. His football and running research has been featured in The Guardian, BBC, New York Times and Washington Post.