We spent 6.4 hours reading reviews from experts and users. In summary, this is what training geeks think:
reasons to buy
Based on the general user feedback, this trainer is comfortable for both gym use and casual wear.
It provides ample support for multi-directional movements, according to many wearers.
Those who use it for weightlifting say that its wide and firm sole helps to achieve stability.
The shoe delivers good traction on gym floors, as stated by some reviewers.
A good number of users agree that this footwear from Adidas can be styled with various athletic and casual outfits.
Many purchasers are happy with the quality-price ratio they got with this shoe.
reasons not to buy
A few buyers find the upper construction a bit tight for what they are used to.
A couple of wearers received blisters upon the first few times of wear.
With its ability to accommodate workouts and day-to-day wear, the Adidas Solar LT has become a go-to shoe for many users. It is a solid option for those who want the quality of an established brand that is not heavy on the wallet.
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