Verdict from 100+ user reviews

5 reasons to buy

  • Convenient: These slip-on sneakers from Adidas are effortless to put on and take off, nearly all owners applaud.
  • Comfortable: Like Adidas Ultraboost shoes, almost all buyers love wearing the Puremotion Adapt. There are no aches or pains, even if they walk and run for extended periods.
  • Spot-on: These low-top sneakers fit well, many users comment.
  • Fashionable: The Adidas Puremotion Adapt goes with any outfit, a good number of wearers declare.
  • Multipurpose: According to several purchasers, these slip-on shoes are great for walking, running, and exercising.

2 reasons not to buy

  • Bottoms out: The Cloudfoam midsole loses its plushness after some time, a handful of owners complain.
  • Stiff: The upper doesn't really stretch, one user gripes.

Bottom line

Bargain hunters looking for a versatile and stylish sneaker should try out the Puremotion Adapt from the Three Stripes. These budget-friendly kicks offer premium comfort with its sock-like construction and Cloudfoam cushion. The shoe's minimalist design also makes it easy to mix and match with any outfit. All in all, the Puremotion Adapt is an exceptional sneaker that can adapt to your day-to-day needs.

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Adidas Puremotion Adapt: Running-inspired comfort for men and women

Stay cool and comfortable with the Puremotion Adapt from Adidas. Inspired by running shoes, these slip-on kicks do away with the unnecessary and cradles the foot in cushioned comfort.

Features and benefits of the Adidas Puremotion Adapt

  • The plush Cloudfoam midsole keeps the feet feeling fresh all day long.
  • Its slip-on design and elastic straps provide a snug, sock-like fit.
  • The durable textile upper offers added comfort and breathability.
  • A sustainable version of this kick is also up for grabs. 20% of the eco-friendly iteration upper's pieces have at least 50% recycled content.

Adidas Puremotion Adapt styling and colorways 

The Adidas Puremotion Adapt delivers a minimalist look with its laceless design. Bandage-style straps provide some much-needed attitude to the shoe's rather clean and simple silhouette. 

These laceless shoes are complemented by a monochromatic upper for an unadulterated look. The straps and "Adidas" branding are done in contrasting hues for stand-out style.

  • Core Black/Cloud White/Grey Five
  • Core Black/Signal Pink/Footwear White
  • Grey Five/Silver Metallic/Footwear White


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Danny McLoughlin

Danny is a sports nut with a particular interest in football and running. He loves to watch sports as much as he loves to play. Danny was lead researcher on RunRepeat and The PFA’s report into Racial Bias in Football Commentary. His football and running research has been featured in The Guardian, BBC, New York Times and Washington Post.