Who should buy the Adidas Lite Racer BYD 2.0
The Adidas Lite Racer BYD 2.0 is versatile, to say the least. Even better, it's a cheap running shoe too. For $70, you get a light, comfortable trainer that's fit for:
- daily running
- gym training
- casual wear
Adidas Lite Racer BYD 2.0: As light as a racer
According to reviewers, the Lite Racer BYD 2.0 from Adidas is "one of the lightest" running shoes they ever had. It barely has any weight on they can "wear it all day long." Some even forgot about wearing the shoe during the run.
With the extra padding on the heel and sponge-like cushion, the shoe feels like pillows to the feet. Even better, the Cloudfoam midsole is an effective impact dampener, keeping the feet free from strain.
The shoe fits "like a glove." Runners say that it's very snug around the ankle, they never had any issues with slips.
Convenient on and off
It has a slip-on design that users love so much. They say it's easy to put on and take off because the integrated tongue stretches easily.
Lyte Racer is supportive
Those who are on their feet "all day" report that there's sufficient support underfoot. Although soft, the midsole never bottomed out.
Even on a hot day, the light upper remains breezy and well-ventilated.
Roomy toe box
Testers who have experienced foot swelling appreciate the "extra space" in the forefoot.
Less waste, more lockdown
The Lite Racer BYD 2.0 from Adidas is made with Primegreen. It consists of high-performance recycled materials, helping the brand cut down waste.
50% of the shoe's upper is made with Primegreen to combat pollution. And with its slip-on design, it provides a secure wrap around the foot.
Adidas Lite Racer BYD 2.0: Not for high-arched runners
Many of them find it a "struggle" to wear because of the shoe's slip-on design. And when worn, it's constricting.
Testers report that after 2 months, the outsole has already depleted.