The Adidas Questar Trail running shoes are among the affordable options to start outdoor adventures. With a versatile outsole, the shoes go far beyond trails as they can easily be used to run on flat surfaces as well. They can replace regular track running shoes and trail running shoes in a 2-in-1 design which many runners can appreciate. But at their core, the shoes are orientated towards trails and using the Traxion outsole design, they work great for durability which is certainly an issue on uneven surfaces.
Designed to be the most cushioned solution in the Terrex line, the Agravit XT represent reliable shoes which are very comfortable, even if it doesn’t seem like this at a first glance. Featuring a breathable mesh upper and EVA comfort cushioning, the shoes are completed by an outsole which is recommended for the next trail running adventure. Of course, no shoe is perfect and the Terrex Agravic XT can come with some minor drawbacks, such as the adaptable mesh lining, which is somewhat new to a few trail runners.
The Adidas Aerobounce ST 2 shoes are now improved for long-distance running. With a wider profile and Bounce cushioning, the shoes are supportive. This is why they can be counted on for all types of long runs. Considering the midsole thickness, the arch support is made for stability. Overpronators can find the design comfortable on hard surfaces.