Verdict from +100 user reviews

8 reasons to buy

  • Majority of the reviewers found the Adidas Cloudfoam Pure to be very comfortable.
  • Some shoe users with physical conditions such as plantar fasciitis and knee problems said that this kick's adequate support helped alleviate their discomfort.
  • Plenty of commenters appreciate this pair's lightweight and breathable upper.
  • The Adidas Cloudfoam Pure is deemed to be a stylish kick by most consumers.
  • A few practical customers liked the fact that this shoe is versatile enough to be paired with most of their wardrobe.
  • A good number of wearers were delighted that they receive compliments every time they opt for these sneakers.
  • This shoe's materials and construction are deemed to be of excellent quality, based on a few shoe users.
  • The Adidas Cloudfoam Pure is considered to be a bargain by several buyers.

1 reasons not to buy

  • A few purchasers found the shoe a bit too wide.

Bottom line

Keeping up with today's quintessential modern sneaker, the Adidas Cloudfoam Pure is a kick that caters to women and comes equipped with a mesh upper and excellent cushioning technology.

The shoe boasts a lightweight and breathable comfort, while the Cloudfoam technology provides a spongy in-step feel in every stride, which makes it an ideal pair for everyday use. These sneakers are for people who value comfort, style, and good deals.

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Good to know

The Adidas Cloudfoam Pure offers a breathable, lightweight fit that will keep you comfortable no matter how busy your day gets. This kick is exclusively available in women’s sizes. Men who want to own a pair should go down one size.

The Adidas Cloudfoam Pure displays a classic modern sneaker design with a silhouette that is engineered exceptionally for women. Despite its streamlined profile, the shoe's monochromatic colorways could work great as a unisex shoe as well. The shoe's trendy flair is provided by its mesh upper and noticeably taller tongue and collar that presents an overall great visual appeal.

Whether you like wearing your sock-like fitting footwear with or without socks, this kick would look great with either. Pair it with skinny jeans, leggings, or shorts to elevate your look on your off days, or opt for a skirt or a shirtdress for days you want to feel more feminine.

The Adidas Cloudfoam Pure's upper is crafted from a stretchable mesh or knit material that allows for a breathable and lightweight fit. Pull-tabs are also placed on both the tongue and collar as an aid for easy entry. This kick also makes use of two versions of the Cloudfoam technology: Cloudfoam Memory Foam footbed and midsole cushioning. Lastly, the shoe's tongue is constructed to be one with the upper, which constricts the lacing system's ability to be pulled tight.

The Adidas Cloudfoam Lite Racer Mid is marketed under the company’s sub-brand called ‘NEO.’ Adidas NEO was part of Herbert Hainer’s strategic business plan for Adidas’ further development. Launched in 2012, the fast-fashion NEO label caters to younger consumers aged 14 to 19.

According to Hainer, after studying the market, they found out that the younger generation is a group who are constantly on the hunt for fresh fashion finds. The brand inevitably branched out into this newest line to provide the market’s demand. Adidas NEO products are priced at a very affordable amount as it targets teenagers. Adidas also commissioned Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber as ambassadors to effectively market the newest addition to the legendary brand.

Cloudfoam technology is one of Adidas’ innovations that is well-known to consumers. This technology serves two functions – for excellent cushioning and instep comfort. Cloudfoam was originally only used in the midsole, but lately, Adidas has been using it in the sockliner.

The Adidas Cloudfoam Lite Racer Mid is one of Adidas NEO's releases. Known for its comfort and style, this shoe has all the characteristics of an everyday sneaker. It is sold under the line’s running and lifestyle categories.

  • Adidas' Three-stripe logo is placed on both the shoe's sides, which are crafted from TPU.
  • Adidas wordmark is printed on the pull-tabs as branding.
  • An extra eyelet is made available as an option for a tighter fit.
  • The shoe's outsole is made of rubber that offers durability and traction.
  • Its upper is adorned with visible seams that keep the kick together and add visual appeal at the same time.

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.