Summary

We spent 6.7 hours reading reviews from experts and users. In summary, this is what sneaker fanatics think:

7 reasons to buy

  • Several customers loved the overall package of the shoe.
  • A handful of reviewers experienced an excellent fit when trying the shoe on.
  • A couple of users were happy with the shoe's excellent value for money.
  • The Adidas EQT Racing ADV, with its premium function and contemporary style, had encouraged many buyers to recommend the shoe to other potential customers.
  • A lot of buyers were satisfied with the shoe's comfort provided by the stretch knitted mesh upper for inline comfort coupled with an OrthoLite® insole for added cushioning while maintaining an odor-free wear.
  • One user even pointed out the shoe's versatility in matching with outfits and activities like wearing it in the gym and also at the office.
  • A modern upgrade of the EQT Racing 93 model, the Adidas EQT Racing ADV amplified several of the origins accents that catered to the tastes of many users.

1 reasons not to buy

  • Few wearers complained about the discomfort they get from the tongue of the shoe which seems like pressing hard on the front of their ankle.

Bottom line

The Adidas EQT Racing ADV's low top silhouette embodies its vintage origin with present-day design and technology. With its previous equipment roots, the shoe took its prior features and morphed it into a vessel of an everyday lifestyle wear.

The shoe coincides with recent Adidas sneaker releases when it comes to comfort. Maintaining its 90s goal of keeping everything essential, this sneaker stayed faithful to its forefather by signifying its legacy of functionality while adding a modern style.

Facts

Top: Low
Inspired from: Running
Collection: Adidas EQT
Price: $120
Colorways: Beige, Black, Blue, Grey, White
Special editions: 1 special editions
Size
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Rankings

A top rated sneaker
A top rated Adidas sneaker
A popular pick

The Adidas EQT Racing ADV refurnished the Racing 93's system of lacing and assembled it with a contemporary twist for a secure fit. A burrito style tongue provides a snugger fit and also easy access. The shoe is made available for women's sizes ranging from 5-11.

Garnering a low top form, the Adidas EQT Racing ADV favors numerous outfit combinations with its prime function and sleek style. Its versatile outlook also enables it to perform in vast activities but centering mostly in active footwear. It can be combined with casual skirts to more formal wear like dresses. Wearing it with sweatpants while running and in gyms is also fashionable.

Several features of the Adidas EQT Racing ADV were upgrades of its original model. One of this is the colored heel counter that extends to the last two eyelets at the top which adds support to the back part of the shoe. The sneaker also is installed with a stretch knit upper for breathability and comfort.

A Racing 93-inspired lacing system is also present with fastened textile extensions of the lace tucked in the midsole. The shoe also adapted the original TPU equipment logo on the mid shank as well as the Torsion System of support.

Moving away from the over-consumption era of the 1980s, Adidas got a hold of everything and started fresh and straightforward. Peter Moore, the newly hired designer, who was the brainchild of the famous Air Jordan I, got tired of the way things got marketed in the dawn of the 90s and created something essential. He and Adidas conceptualized a shoe that has a multitude of function and radiates the saying "everything that is essential, nothing that is not."

Released in 1991, the Adidas EQT Line tackled every suppressing issue of cultural clashes and mainstream materialism. The shoe was designed to be worn in any kind of sport possible, may it be running, soccer, basketball, and many more. This innovation was made possible by the Adidas Torsion system which is attached to the base of the mid-foot. The Torsion shank enables an independent movement of the forefoot and the rearfoot while delivering a revolutionary level of support and stability for the mid-foot. The Torsion System acts as a bridge which caters high level of arch support and maintains a smooth heel-to-toe stride.

The introduction of the EQT line served as a turning point for Adidas in the time where other companies were overtaking their sales. Several models of the line were released like the EQT Support, EQT Guidance 93', EQT Cushion, and the EQT Racing 93'. Each one was manifesting a different advantage over the other that is purposed to be sported in many activities. The spontaneous release of the shoes made a mark at the early point of the last decade of the century before the company lost its shimmering glow later in the sneaker ethos.

Many years have passed by since the sales slump, but now, the world was astonished by a newly invented Adidas that retook the world by storm with its lifestyle-centered approach. Resurfacing form the archive was the Adidas EQT Racing ADV, which was remastered and was now intended to cater to women's feet. The shoe was scheduled for release in 2017.

  • The midsole is composed of a compression molded EVA material.
  • The shoe is also installed with an OrthoLite® footbed for preventing odors while catering ample cushioning.
  • The outsole is comprised of two separate rubbers at the toe part and the heel for durability and traction.

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Danny McLoughlin

Danny is a sneakerhead turned sneaker industry expert that believes a good outfit begins from the feet up. His aunt currently isn't speaking to him for wearing a pair of kicks at his cousin's wedding. He spends most of his time trying to keep on top of the latest releases, hitting up his contacts and doing what needs to be done to secure his next pickup. Danny has been featured in prestigious publications such as The Washington Post, The Irish Times, Footwear News and the like.

daniel@runrepeat.com