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16 users: 4.6 / 5
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Inspired from: Hiking
Collection: Adidas Originals
Colorways: Green / Grey

Verdict from 8.1 hours of research from the internet

11 reasons to buy

  • Most testers confirmed that the Adidas F/2 TR Primeknit is waterproof, wind-proof, and well-insulated and highly recommended it for the rainy days and winter.
  • Based on the reviews, its superb level of comfort astonished many customers.
  • Several noted that it has excellent grip on ice and snow, especially on wet grass and pavements around town.
  • Its unique trail-inspired heritage design goes along with any clothing, which plenty of style-conscious users liked.
  • The nicely muted colorways delighted quite a handful of customers.
  • More than a couple remarked that while this model is tough and sturdy, it’s light enough to feel like an actual sneaker.
  • Its chunky sole makes it easy to cover various rough terrains, according to some wearers.
  • It is an excellent alternative to traditional heavy cleats, a few mentioned.
  • Almost all reviewers expressed high satisfaction in owning a pair of these.
  • Despite its slightly expensive price, several purchasers still considered it a bargain because of its brilliant quality and features.
  • The Adidas F/2 TR Primeknit runs true to size, the majority of users agreed.

3 reasons not to buy

  • Some Adidas fanatics remarked that its cushioning is a bit stiff and not as responsive compared to those models with Boost technology.
  • The back of the heel felt rough and rubbed against the foot, quite a few reported.
  • There are only three colorways for this model.

Bottom line

The F/2 TR Primeknit took cues from the trails, outdoors, and streets. Its high-collared upper comprised of Primeknit, engineered with a waterproof-windproof membrane and thermal lining. All this sits atop a thick two-toned EVA midsole. Underneath, a tread of raised rubber lugs adds traction.

Aesthetically, the F/2 TR Primeknit looks minimalistic—see the minimal lacing system and the welded Three Stripes branding. Its sock-like knitted upper looks pretty wise in the streets. Overall, this all-weather sneaker from Adidas Originals is equipped with superior features that justify its slightly expensive price.

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These Adidas trainers are available men’s sizes ranging from 4 to 14. This model features the brand’s patented Primeknit upper, which is knitted as one whole piece. It slips and fits into the feet as cozy and as light as a sock. Moreover, the Adidas F/2 TR Primeknit has a high collar that supports the ankles and a traditional lace-up closure that gives the sock-like fitting a locked-in feel.

Though built with solid, almost technical features, the F/2 TR Primeknit does not neglect style. It has a uniquely rugged flair worth flaunting in the urban jungle. Adventurers, wanderers, and walkers around the city can pair up these all-weather trainers with a casual and sporty outfit—like joggers, track pants, jeans, topped with plain tees or sweaters.

Available colorways for this model are Carbon/Core Black/ Running White, Purple/Core Black/Running White, and Core Black/Carbon/ Running White.

This F/2 TR Primeknit brought along the trails and outdoors when it stepped into the streets to seek more adventures. Indeed primed for adventure, this model’s core feature is its adaptability to any weather, to which it has largely owed to its masterfully engineered Primeknit upper.

In 2018, the Three Stripes had launched a rad concept collection, named the Atric collection, which is branded under Adidas Originals. It is aimed at churning sneakers and apparel with solid functionality but designed to look wise in the streets. The F/2 TR Primeknit debuted later that year, following in the steps of its predecessor, Adidas F/22 Primeknit.   

  • Nubuck patches accented around the sneaker makes for more durable construction.
  • There's a pull at the heel to provide easier, quicker wear.
  • The Adidas Trefoil logo is detailed on the tongue. 

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Author
Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny McLoughlin is a researcher for RunRepeat covering football, sneakers and running. After graduating with a degree in computer science from The University of Strathclyde, Danny makes sure never to miss a game of his beloved Glasgow Rangers or the Scotland national football team. He has been featured in prestigious publications such as The Washington Post, The Irish Times, Footwear News and the like.

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