Who should buy the Adidas Runfalcon 2.0 TR
Take the Runfalcon 2.0 TR if you're looking for a:
- budget trail shoe that can take you from your door to the trails
- running shoe that's light and comfortable enough to double for walking and casual wear
- shoe that's accommodating enough for wide feet
Traction that doesn't disappoint
On muddy sections and rough surfaces, the Runfalcon 2.0 TR provides great , reported several reviewers.
Affordable and versatile
The Adidas Runfalcon 2.0 TR only retails for $60, making it one of the most affordable running shoes on the market. It may skimp on price, but it doesn't cut corners on multi-function performance.
Equipped with a ballistic mesh and sturdy rubber outsole, it provides ample traction from hazardous trail elements. And with the comfort it offers, it's perfect for walks and jogs on both pavement and trails.
Even more, it doesn't forgo style, making it a fitting choice for laidback days.
Won't bring you down
Unlike other trail shoes, the Runfalcon does NOT feel heavy at all. Some even say it "disappears on foot" when they start to run.
Opens up to wide feet
According to multiple runners with broad feet, the shoe is wide-feet . There's ample room in the toe box for foot swelling and comfortable toe splay.
The upper also follows the shape and natural contours of the foot, providing a midfoot lockdown.
Don't worry about strained feet with the Runfalcon 2.0 TR
The thick outsole of the shoe mutes the harshness of the trails and shields the foot from roots and rocks. There are NO reports of achy feet and legs from various testers after several miles outdoors.
On top of this, the midsole mutes out all the impact in each foot strike.
Not your typical trail shoe
It's not plush, but it has the right blend of softness and rigidity — enough to keep the feet fresh after running. Trail runners also claim that this also makes the Runfalcon 2.0 TR perfect for whole-day activities.
Can be tougher
After only two months of use, the upper material on the heel has already ripped open.
A nay for hot weather
Those who live in warm places claim that the upper is too thick; it feels inside. They don't recommend it at all for summer runs.
Caution: Tongue slips ahead
The tongue moves around and "folds in on itself," remarked multiple trail runners.