Verdict from 5.7 hours of research from the internet

6 reasons to buy

  • The Adidas ZX 750 HD, according to a handful of users, has a great set of colorways.
  • Some reviewers mention that this trainer by Adidas is a perfect blend of heritage and performance.
  • Due to the shoe's construction, this new retro running shoe from the Adidas Originals line is lighter.
  • A large percentage of the ZX 750 HD wearers adore it for being extremely comfortable.
  • Several customers praise the superior traction the rubber tread offers.
  • The shoe is breathable due to its upper construction.

2 reasons not to buy

  • A reviewer has mentioned that the shiny plastic heel clip on the Adidas ZX 750 HD makes the shoe look cheap.
  • According to one user, he/she cannot wear socks with this sneaker.

Bottom line

Another sneaker is added to the ZX models of Adidas that allows the customers to relive their youth with its retro-techy design. The Adidas ZX 750 HD is an everyday shoe that has blended a casual look to a performance sneaker successfully; stand, walk and do activities around the city with the sneaker all day without exhausting your feet.

User reviews:

The Adidas ZX 750 HD is a men's shoe from the Adidas Originals collection. It is crafted with the traditional lace-up closure that allows its wearers to adjust it according to their fit. The shoe also has an ample amount of support due to the overlays found on the shoe. Additionally, it has a heel clip to support and secure the feet.

The retro running sneakers by Adidas is brought to the streets. The ZX 750 HD is designed with a techy and nostalgic look that is good for everyday use. It is not only great for casual wear, but it can also accommodate a sporty ensemble. Look smart on this shoe while pairing it with jeans or joggers.

The most prominent feature of this Adidas running shoe is its retro techy look. Because of this look, the revolutionary spirit of this ZX running shoe is hard to ignore. For branding, it has the three stripes on the side, and after the three stripes, moving nearer to the toes is the "ZX_750_HD" branding. The Trefoil logo, signifying that it belongs to the Adidas Originals line, is found on the tongue of the shoe, on the midsole and the heel clip.

Adidas is a German manufacturer of sporting goods, athletic shoes, and apparel that was founded by Adolph "Adi" Dassler in 1949. Ever since it has been established, the brand has released a large number of iconic sneakers.

The brand's sneakers are always finished with the three stripes logo. In 1971, the three stripes were founded on a leaf, which everyone knows as the "trefoil". Later on, the Trefoil was replaced with the current design. However, the Trefoil logo is still used and is most commonly found on the Adidas Originals sneakers.

In 1984, Adidas released a collection of performance sneakers designed for runners of all types in the form of the ZX series. Jacques Chassaing and Markus Thaler led the ZX runner series from the Adidas Originals. Later on, the numeric designation was given to the shoes starting with the ZX 500 in 1984 and ZX 800 in 1986.

Today, Adidas brings back a nostalgic running design to today's street with its ZX 750 HD. It is an extremely comfortable and functional sneaker, which is many people's go-to daily sneaker.

  • The Adidas ZX 750 HD is made up of a breathable mesh upper.
  • It has a no-sew overlays.
  • The midsole is made up of EVA.
  • The sneaker has a grippy rubber tread outsole.

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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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