Who should buy Adidas Fluidflow 2.0

Take the Fluidflow 2.0 from Adidas if: 

  • you're looking for a pair of daily trainers
  • you want to buy a budget shoe
  • you need a road running shoe
  • you have neutral pronation and don't need arch support

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Who should NOT buy it

If you're looking for a pair of shoes with arch support, the Adidas Fluidflow 2.0 is not it. Some of the better options for flat feet and overpronation from Adidas are the Ultraboost ST and the Solar Glide ST. You might as well want to consider our guide on the best stability running shoes from other brands.

Fluidflow 2.0 offers comfort that lasts

Runners say that they can "run for miles" in the Adidas Fluidflow 2.0 because of its nice, soft cushion. What's more the shoe requires no breaking in. The wearers happily report that it fits well from the start.

Adidas Fluidflow 2.0 midsole

One of the reviewers perfectly sums it up, the walking experience feels "effortless and fluid" in this Adidas shoe. The cushioning is not the plush and squishy type but it offers a more natural feel underfoot.

Cuts corners on weight

All are in agreement that the shoe does NOT feel heavy on the foot. Even though it is slightly heavier than running shoes on average (312 g over 276 g), it feels lighter than it is, according to the reviewers.

No more slips with the Adidas Fluidflow 2.0

The upper hugs the foot "extremely well." So much so that it prevents it from sliding around. 

Adidas Fluidflow 2.0 lockdown

Roomy toe box

There's enough space for natural toe splay and toe movements aren't restricted at all. People with wide feet are delighted with the fit of the Fluidflow 2.0.

Adidas Fluidflow 2.0 toe box

Great value for the price

For its asking price of $85, the Adidas Fluidflow 2.0 offers a solid level of comfort, quality, and style. Given that the average price of running shoes is $125, this is a truly budget-friendly option.

Just the right amount of flair

Stylish, good-looking, and cool is how reviewers describe the shoe. They say it's not too flashy nor too dull.

Adidas Fluidflow 2.0 style

You can practically take it out on any activity. It fits "numerous different occasions and environments," according to a reviewer.

Adidas Fluidflow 2.0 heel

The buyers are also impressed with the wide range of appealing colorways to choose from.

Adidas Fluidflow 2.0 is not for flat-footed runners

Aside from lacking arch support, the upper of the shoe also lacks structural integrity for a stable ride. 

Adidas Fluidflow 2.0 cushion

Squeaky

Many are annoyed by the screechy noise the shoe makes, especially when walking. 

Adidas Fluidflow 2.0 traction

Facts / Specs

Terrain: Road
Weight: Men 11oz
Arch support: Neutral
Pronation: Neutral Pronation / Supination / Underpronation
Arch type: High arch
Use: Walking, All-day wear / Jogging / Treadmill
Material: Knit upper

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Author
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.