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60% off Men's Asweemove Running Shoes $44 + $8.50 Delivery @ adidas AU / $44 ($41.80 eBay Plus) Delivered @ adidas eBay

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Sometimes getting out the door is the hardest part of your run. But these adidas shoes reward you once you put them on. Move with comfort fuelled by the plush cushioning and flexible design that adapts to the changing shape of your foot. With every step comes added clarity. And maybe an extra deep breath. Go ahead, get out there.

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  • +11 votes

    alternative:

    $44 delivered on Adidas ebay - black, white
    $41.80 delivered for eBay Plus members - code: PLUSF5

  • +10 votes

    Pay with afterpay for a further $10 discount on ebay.

    • +1 vote

      Any code? Can't see the voucher code whole check-out

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        AFTERPAY10.. if you have used it before you will not be able to use this code again. Also, you need to select Afterpay as a payment option before applying code.

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          But only one coupon would be allowed. So doubt this would work.

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            @chyawala: Yes you use the afterpay coupon only to get it to $34

            SteaL!

    • +2 votes

      Yep. $34 by payinng with afterpay. Bargain.

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    Newb question: what makes these "running" shoes as opposed to general purpose sports shoes? Are they suitable for, say, playing squash?

    • +5 votes

      Running shoes are specialised for forward movement, whilst cross trainers will be tailored for lateral movement as well.

      Practically there's probably not much difference.

      • +1 vote

        Thanks b-radicool

      • +5 votes

        Bad advice. Practically there is a difference. Don't get these for squash.

        • +4 votes

          Who are the utter ozbargain numskulls who neg this comment lol? Sheeesh

    • +4 votes

      if your playing squash for get these, really hard on shoes. You need a white non marking sole, strong side mesh for side to side stopping and moving, anything other than proper court shows will just role under your feet and not last more than a few fast games. Asics were the only squash shoes that were strong enough side to side when I played comp. Any cheap tennis oriented shoe will also be way better than these beach walk shoes lol

    • +3 votes

      I'm no expert but the support in the shoe is designed for different places depending on the sport.
      My wife plays Netball and they all wear ASICS as apparently they are the only shoe that suit the hard jumping/landing, sudden stopping etc requirement of netball. There's always a bit of a laugh at the newbies that come with their Adidas or Nike because they think they look cooler, but they don't last long.

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    These any good? Thoughts from anyone who's got them?

  • +7 votes

    I should also add, that I tried some of the cheap trail versions from Adidas and they use a really bad hard rubber, literally unusable in the wet on concrete and tar, slipped like hell on the rocks. Had to walk anything downhill holding onto hand rails lol.. Even dry weather not even close to any other show Ive ever owned, despite the fact uppers were comfortable and had reasonable padding. These cheap Adidas are only good for casual wear period! Worst shoes for athletic activities ever. These cheap Adidas shoe deals are really only equivalent to the cheap shoes at Aldi and maybe some of the better offerings at Rivers. But if you just need casual wear and a fancy logo, these are just little bit more!

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      yeah, I personally wouldn't touch the Asweemove or many of the cheap Adidas shoes with flat rubber outsoles (or no outsole) as they look like slip magnets. however, i would have thought the trail shoes would be ok. can i ask what shoe you bought?

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        these one, look chunky and grippy but absolutely lethal, I binned them after two runs
        https://www.sportitude.com.au/p/adidas-galaxy-trail-mens-tra...

        Actually a decent shoe with snug fit, comfy but firm upper, and decent id cushion, but the Dood that picked the sole material should be shot. almost zero grip like on ice in the wet, really scary to walk in let alone run in.

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          Off road knobby tires are pathetic on the road, and very dangerous in the wet, but perform brilliantly on grass, dirt, mud or sand.

          You bought the equivalent of those in a shoe. Have you never worn footy boots into the locker room after a game?

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            @shtgnjns: No, these were crap on trail as well, anything resembling a rock was more like ice. Just a really bad compound despite the aggressive lugs. Trail you run on are nothing like soft grass you can dig in with spikes. Ps knobbys on bikes are terrible in sand as they brake up the surface too much. I own 15 bikes and the two i use in sand are setup with much less aggressive knobs and my knarly ones are for the mud and slush.

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          Good to know if i ever get trail shoes, thanks

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    From my own exp, I found big w and kmart running shoes better in terms of value and quality compared to these ones from adidas. It's been over 8 months and I use them for running almost everyday.

    But as they all say.. YMMV

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      YMMV, what does that mean?

      • +6 votes

        Your Mrs, my vagine

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        "Your mileage may vary"

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      Curious how long do you run? My running shoes only last 3 months. I run around 6k daily and spend around $800 on running gear per year.

      • +1 vote

        Same here, 10km trail run daily, 3 months b4 the cushion goes hard and flat = 4 pairs a year. Only exception has been hoka ATR which is still cushioned after 9 months now. Old used hokas make very comfortable hiking walking shoes after running use. Keeping several shoes in a shoe rotation helps a bit to regain cushion but its marginal.

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        I run 3.5 to 4ks, 5 days a week, not daily though. However still $800/yr sounds a bit expensive to me. When you say gear does this include clothing, other misc items etc too along with shoes or just shoes?

        To me, if I am paying $100 for shoes and another 100 for other running gear and if use them moderately, I expect them to last long at least 6 months, so for a year my max expenditure on running gear should be around 400.

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          Mostly on shoes. Always on lookout for deals on asics gel kayeno or Nike sturcture. Adidas is not a bad brand too but have personally not tried it.

          After around 500km the soles cushioning support is gone. 500 to 700k is the average life span of my running shoes.

          Yes, running is not cheap if you want to have an injury free run for years - keep rotating your shoes. Examine your running shoe sole carefully, you will notice cracks, disformation and wear. I run on the road so mine wear our faster than if you run on a treadmill.

      • +1 vote

        $800 for shoes…
        OMG.
        That's insane…
        Remind me to not get into running.

        • +1 vote

          Everyone has hobbies and honestly it doesn't seem so bad compared to many other hobbies I know of.
          Keep fit, get out and about, great mental benefits.

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    Just a heads up for anyone buying this, this pair runs big, my partner bought 2 pairs of adidas the same size and this was a lot bigger than normal

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      Just bought one pair, :( hopefully not too big.

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    Thanks OP. Bought a pair as I need a new pair for running. If they're not great, I'll just wear them casually and stick to asics for running.

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    Picked up a pair of the X9000L4 for $56

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    My brain wants to correct this shoe name to "Awesome"

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      Your brain would be incorrect

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    Anyone know of a budget pair of runners that won't have the soles fall off. I do light daily running, but after a few years the grip just falls off.

    Maybe the shoe glue gets old and brittle then strips off?

    Thanks

    • +2 votes

      The shoes cushioning would be well worn out by then anyway..
      Even if the sole hasn't.

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    I got a us12 size but it’s slightly too big. Anyone got an 11/11.5 that need a bigger size to swap? I’m in sydney.

  • -1 vote

    What a waste of time. Wasted my $10 Afterpay bonus and they just cancelled my order with some crap about my delivery address. Delivery address is my work office which has never been an issue before, so they obviously didn’t want to honour the discount…

    Quote:
    “The seller cancelled this order due to the following reason: 'Something was wrong with the buyer's delivery address.”

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      that sux. were you after a sz 12 in sydney?? :)

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        Size 11 in WA