We spent 7 hours reading reviews from experts and users. In summary, this is what runners think:

9 reasons to buy

  • The lightweight construction of Adidas Edge Flex helps increase the running speed, a couple of reviewers observed. 
  • People were happy that the price of this Adidas running shoe is affordable. 
  • A few purchasers welcomed the wide width of this shoe. 
  • Many users agreed that the Adidas Edge Flex running shoe is very comfortable to wear. 
  • This running companion offers excellent arch support, according to a satisfied user. 
  • Several buyers noted that the shoe has a flexible and durable outsole. 
  • A lot of wearers said that the Adidas Edge Flex shoe was good-looking and stylish.
  • The shoe provides good support and can securely hold the foot in place while running, a number of testers commented. 
  • The shoe is very responsive, some runners claimed. 

2 reasons not to buy

  • A user complained that the forefoot section of Adidas Edge Flex was a bit wide and uncomfortable. 
  • One buyer reported that every time he takes off the shoe the insole comes out and it makes him uncomfortable. 

Bottom line

The Adidas Edge Flex offered a lot when it comes to responsiveness. People were greatly happy with the shoe's lightweight construction and durability. Also, its outstanding performance made it a worthwhile choice for most runners looking for affordable, comfortable and flexible running shoes. Only a few testers complained about the shoe’s wide forefoot and uncomfortable insoles. 




Among the better Road running shoes
A popular pick

- Adidas Edge Flex is a versatile road running shoe for beginners and amateurs. It features Bounce+ technology, a durable cushioning system, that delivers excellent comfort and responsiveness. 

- This running shoe utilizes the TPU rubber outsole to boosts the shoe’s traction ability. TPU outsole is lightweight and durable. It is also resistant to abrasion, oil, and chemicals. 

- The breathable mesh upper is designed to promote airflow to keep the foot dry and comfortable when walking or running. The lace closure ensures a more secure fit and the padded collar helps reduce slippage. 

Intended to be a flexible running shoe, Adidas Edge Flex is a perfect combination of comfort and style. This shoe is available in standard running shoe length, though it should be noted that a few consumers felt that it has a wide forefoot section. It is available in a range of sizes and numerous colors for both men and women versions. 

In the outsole of this running shoe is the TPU rubber material. This component is durable and generally lasts longer than the ordinary rubber. It is lightweight and designed to resist abrasion, splitting, oil, and chemicals. 

The TPU rubber is one of the usual components of Addidas rubber shoes. This material is also incorporated in the midsoles of other Adidas running shoes like the Ultra Boost, Ultra Boost ST and  Ultra Boost Uncaged. 

The outsole has a multi-texture pattern that is designed to provide strong grip and traction over concrete and hard surfaces, making the shoe perfect for gym, street or tack. 

The Adidas Edge Flex’s midsole unit uses Bounce+ technology to provide a very competitive cushioning performance. The Bounce+ midsole creates the ideal balance between durability and cushioning. It provides reliable support for the foot, giving a responsive and elastic running experience. Infused in the midsole is the support zones around the forefoot and ankles for added stability. 

This running companion utilizes an engineered mesh upper. The breathable fabric permits the air to flow easily, providing enough ventilation to keep the foot dry and comfortable. The inclusion of the padded heel collar in the upper unit allows the user to slide the foot in and out of the shoe fluidly, and its softness protects the Achilles tendon against injury and abrasion.

Jens Jakob Andersen
Jens Jakob Andersen

Jens Jakob is a fan of short distances with a 5K PR at 15:58 minutes. Based on 35 million race results, he's among the fastest 0.2% runners. Jens Jakob previously owned a running store, when he was also a competitive runner. His work is regularly featured in The New York Times, Washington Post, BBC and the likes as well as peer-reviewed journals. Finally, he has been a guest on +30 podcasts on running.