Verdict from 6 user reviews

6 reasons to buy

  • Many people say that Adidas Temper Run Pride is very comfortable.
  • This model received praise from many buyers for its excellent cushioning.
  • Adidas sells this at a reasonable price range.
  • Several buyers applaud the trendy appeal of the Pride variation of Adidas Temper Run.
  • Some respondents note the premium construction of this sneaker.
  • A few users cite that this model runs true to size.

2 reasons not to buy

  • One user wishes that the Temper Run Pride of Adidas Originals is also available in women' sizing.
  • A critic shares that this kick is a tad heavy.

Bottom line

The Temper Run receives a Pride revamp to celebrate the LGBTQ community. This version retained the funky vibe of its ancestor and updated it with the trendy pastel colorway. Comfort and quality-wise, this chunky shoe is at par with any other fashionable dad sneakers without ripping one's pocket.

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Good to know

The low-top Adidas Temper Run Pride sneakers is available in men's sizing. This lace-up sneaker uses the eyelets and ghillie to provide its wearers an adjustable fit. Meanwhile, the overlays found around the sneaker delivers ample support on this pair's lateral and medial area. The brand also inserted textile lining and Adiprene cushioning for enhanced comfort.

With its stout profile that resembles the 90s sneaker fashion, Adidas Temper Run Pride sneaker is another fashionable pair in Adidas dad sneakers collection. The multilayered upper is made of mesh, nubuck, leather, and suede materials accented with reflective elements.

Offered in off white/blue tint/ice yellow colorway, this sneaker flaunts overlays in various pastel hues with darker colors around the borders. The bulky midsole, meanwhile, delivers a fashionable look that suits the dad's sneakers trend. Pair this model up with oversized jeans or tattered skinny pants. Practically any dresses can also be matched with the Temper Run Pride sneaker.

The nostalgic style of Adidas Temper Run Pride appeals to many reviewers and onlookers. This model stayed authentic to the 90s fashion giving a trendy dad sneaker look, timely in today's fashion. With its upper made of mixed materials seated atop a bold and chunky midsole.

The Adidas Temper Run was relaunched in 2014, together with other renowned silhouettes - Stan Smith, ZX Flux, and Boosts. This kick was taken a cue from the 90s running footwear made of a mesh upper with 3M elements on the 3-Stripe branding. Also, the brand added suede panels across the upper for added durability and style.

Four years after it was unveiled in the market, Temper Run finally gained ground, just in time for the dad sneakers trends. The brand initially offered OG colorway, which propelled this silhouette's popularity in the market. Soon after, Adidas launched more colorways in the subsequent months.

In May 2019, just in time for the celebration of the Pride Month, Three Stripes presented a complete collection of footwear to celebrate the LGBTQ community. The Pride 2019 series is composed of various silhouettes such as the Ozweego, Continental 80, Ultra Boost 19, and the latest installment, the Adidas Temper Run.

The Adidas Temper Run Pride displays an off-white base with pastel color overlays to represent the LGBTQ rainbow flag. Adidas added pops of colors on few details to make it more appealing and give touches of 90s retro fashion.

  • The running-inspired Adidas Temper Run Pride shoes has 3M reflective details found on the Adidas 3-Stripe branding on the sides.
  • This model has a rubber outsole that provides traction on several surfaces.
  • The Stabilizing Torsion System is composed of arch support that allows independent movement of the forefoot and rearfoot. This technology provides its wearers better support and stability.
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.