Notable Features

This neutral running shoe, the Adidas Terrex Two Ultra Parley, features the Primeknit knitted upper. This material is made from upcycled wastes that can be found on coastal and beach communities. 

Featured in the shoe is the full-length Boost midsole. This technology aims to provide better energy return. As a result, a more efficient ride is experienced by the user.

Along with the full-length Boost midsole is the Continental Rubber. This outsole offers 32% more traction when compared to other rubbers.

Size and fit

The Adidas Terrex Two Ultra Parley is sure to provide a comfortable fit. With the utilization of technical elements that contribute to the fit of the shoe, a more enjoyable ride is experienced by the wearer. These include the lace-up closure, knit yarn lining as well as the EVA tongue and collar. All these features of the shoe enable the user to tackle the trails with a more secure lockdown.

Outsole

The Continental rubber outsole is integrated into the Adidas Terrex Two Ultra Parley. This running shoe component aims to provide the right amount of grip, especially on wet weather conditions. Most Adidas running shoes use this rubber outsole.

Midsole

Featured in the running footwear is the Boost midsole. This material is focused on delivering cushioned support during the running activity. It is also meant to provide excellent shock absorption that allows the user to enjoy every stride in the trails. This results in a smoother and more flexible feel, which easily adapts to uneven terrains. The same technology is used in the Adidas Solar Boost.

Together with the Boost midsole is the cushioned foam insole. This cushioning technology aims to deliver endless energy returns both in wet and dry conditions. As a result, excellent underfoot support and comfort in longer-distances are encouraged.

Upper

Integrated into the shoe is the Abrasion-resistant synthetic upper. This Primeknit textile upper is sourced from recycled plastic that can be found on beach and coastal areas. To help maintain its structure, protective embroidered areas are featured. In collaboration with Parley for the Oceans, this running footwear is produced using a yarn. This yarn uses the Parley Ocean Plastic that is featured in the upper section of the shoe.

The breathable sock-like construction is used in crafting the Adidas Terrex Two Ultra Parley. The primary purpose of this is to provide comfort and snug fit. 

Utilized in making the shoe is the knit yarn lining. Adidas added this feature to deliver a more breathable interior and comfortable fit. This is essential in keeping the foot healthy and dry from start to finish of the running session.

Along with the knit yarn lining is the lace-up closure. This system is significant in providing a secure fit based on the specific preference of the user.
For easier on and off, the heel pull loop is utilized. 

The EVA tongue and collar is integrated into the running footwear. Described to be thin and perforated, these components of the shoe uses a mesh cover to provide breathability.

Featured in making the running shoe is the reinforced toe bumper. This material is essential in providing additional protection from sharp hazards and scrapes that can be found on the trails.

The Adidas Terrex Two Ultra Parley uses reflective details. This is meant to deliver added safety and visibility, especially when tackling the trails with low-light conditions.

Rankings

How Adidas Terrex Two Ultra Parley ranks compared to all other shoes
Top 46% trail running shoes
All trail running shoes
Top 37% Adidas running shoes
All Adidas running shoes
Top 43% neutral running shoes
All neutral running shoes

Popularity

The current trend of Adidas Terrex Two Ultra Parley.
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Jens Jakob Andersen
Jens Jakob Andersen

Jens Jakob is a fan of short distances with a 5K PR at 15:58 minutes. Based on 35 million race results, he's among the fastest 0.2% runners. Jens Jakob previously owned a running store, when he was also a competitive runner. His work is regularly featured in The New York Times, Washington Post, BBC and the likes as well as peer-reviewed journals. Finally, he has been a guest on +30 podcasts on running.