adidas Women’s Quesa, Grey/Grey/True Pink

In Stock Price: $52.78 (as of 14/08/2020 05:07 PST- Details) & FREE Shipping.

Rubber sole

Product Description

Carve new paths in these ladies’s path trainers. That includes a ladies’s-specific design, they mix the comfortable really feel of a sock-like match with cloud-like cushioning for a snug run. A rugged trail-specific outsole rounds out the sporty look.

Rubber sole
Impartial footwear supply flexibility and flexibility, with premium cushioning
Weight: 7.5 ounces (dimension 7); Midsole drop: 11.5 mm (heel: 25.5 mm / forefoot: 14 mm); Girls’s-specific match
Mesh higher with suede overlays for heat
Grippy rubber outsole with trail-specific design
Cloudfoam midsole for step-in consolation and superior cushioning; Benefit from the consolation and efficiency of OrthoLite sockliner

Here are two  tips for cleaning running shoes very quickly and simply

– Goodbye bad smells: If the inside of your sneakers smells like the feet of a troll who has not seen the shadow of a shower for several months, it is good that there are some bacteria trapped in there. Remove the insole, rub it, and the inside of your sneakers with a damp sponge and mild soap. This will give your running shoes a little freshness. To finish and permanently remove this great odor, generously sprinkle the sole and the inside with a mixture of talc and bicarbonate. Let sit overnight before discarding the mixture and brushing the running and sole again. Also, don’t hesitate to wash the laces. To avoid these odors in the future, consider wearing antibacterial running shoes.

– By brushing, no more mud: After removing the insole, shake them, then use an old brush or a toothbrush with soft bristles and start by rubbing gently in order to remove the bulk of the dirt and dust on and under your shoe. You can do this dry or with warm water and mild soap. Do not hesitate to place newspaper or paper towels in the running to absorb the overflow of water and facilitate drying.

How to choose running shoes according to the terrain on which we run!

Another very personal point because it depends on where we live. Ideally, we would like to avoid running on bitumen as much as possible because it is traumatic for the body. A softer floor is much more suitable ( see my video on the subject here ). The advantage is that if you can run mostly on paths, you can have a shoe where the cushioning is a little less present. The ground will absorb much of the impact and protect us from injury.

For city dwellers like me who are not so lucky, jogging and long outings with a shoe with a reasonable amount of cushioning is undoubtedly a good idea. This is not the opinion of pro minimalism, but again it is another subject!

What are the risks of running with used shoes?

After several months of more or less intensive use, running shoes lose their primary qualities and fulfill their protective role less and less.
Shock absorption becomes less effective, which affects your joints; cushioning becomes drier; shoes can become unstable and create imbalances.

The risks of contracting pain or injury are then increased. Joint pain, tendon pain, periostitis, … many pathologies that are found in runners and which could sometimes be avoided simply by changing shoes at the right time.

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