Who should buy the Adidas ZX 750

  • Users who enjoy lightweight pair of sneakers
  • Retro sneaker fans wishing to add another iteration to their collection
  • People wanting to purchase a summer-ready footwear
  • Buyers who prefer kicks with a superb amount of traction
  • Sneaker fans hunting for an all-rounder kick

Adidas ZX 750 TTrefoil logo on the tongue

Who should NOT buy it

If you're a buyer who prefers kicks that feel instantly comfortable straight from the box, the ZX 750 might not be the one for you. This sneaker feels stiff at first compared to other running sneaker releases of Adidas. If you prefer a soft, pillowy ride on day one, better check out the ZX 2K Boost from the Adidas Boost series

Adidas ZX 750 midfoot midsole area

Adidas ZX 750: A promising mix of fashion and functionality

The stylish silhouette and color palette of the Adidas ZX 750 is its main catch. With the massive popularity of running sneakers from the 1980s, its street-ready silhouette is ready to complement any outfit and fashion taste. From sporty to casual style, the sneaker does not disappoint its loyal followers through the years.

Adidas ZX 750 Three Stripes logo

A modernized classic running footwear

Releasing in multi-color versions, the retro running footwear uses mesh upper and synthetic overlays with various tonal accents in the heel cage or stripes. The latest version of the Adidas ZX 750 uses only modern materials to the timeless model with an engineered woven mesh upper, a TPU heel clip, and welded Three-stripes adding sophistication to its wearers.

Adidas ZX 750 TPU heel clip

Offers consistent fitting

The Adidas ZX 750 has been suited with several features to provide a secured fit. Its supportive heel clip provides stability, while its eyestay at the midfoot keeps the sneaker sturdy and easily adjustable lockdown system.

Adidas ZX 750 ghillie eyestay

Breathability at its finest

The well-ventilated mesh upper of the Adidas ZX 750 shoes combines synthetic leather overlays. Some customers note the breathable mesh upper felt airy as the material allows airflow around the shoe better than the perforations in previous iterations.

Adidas ZX 750 mesh toe box

It keeps your feet stable on the ground

Several commenters note how these retro-inspired kicks are marked with stability and ample support from the Torsion System. Plus, its rubber outsole feels solid with high grip and traction on various surfaces.

Adidas ZX 750 Torsion system underfoot

The Adidas ZX series' history

The 1980s was a productive year for Adidas when it released the ZX runner shoes in 1984. The ZX runner series by Adidas Originals featured several shoe designs from performance running, all-terrain, distance running, and recreational running shoe designs.

Adidas ZX 750 history

Among the pioneering designs include the ZX 500 that kicked off the ZX line of runners. Other models followed include the Adidas ZX 700, which featured almost the same silhouette.

Adidas ZX 750 laces front view

The ZX 700 was designed for high-mileage running enthusiasts wanting a durable outsole and high-performance midsole with a heel cage for support and motion control. The suede, leather, and nylon combination covering the upper, which is popular among many runners, is breathable and lightweight.

Adidas ZX 750 toe box

A year after the release of the Adidas ZX 700 came the Adidas Originals ZX 750 designed for long-distance runners wanting a comfortable running shoe with extra support.

Adidas ZX 750 insole 

Facts / Specs

Style: Retro, Sporty
Top: Low
Inspired from: Running
Collection: Adidas Originals, Adidas Zx, Adidas Torsion
Closure: Laces
Designed by: Jacques Chassaing
Material: Leather, Mesh, Rubber Sole, EVA / Fabric

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