The adiZero Tempo has typified the performance orientation of the range, light and nimble, a tradition carried on into round six. The upper is open mesh, as before, as are the welded overlays that make up the Sprintframe.
A slight change to the upper is in the saddle, a smaller minimesh fabric lending more support than before, and the fused overlays are a bit less prominent, but the support is no less effective. The midsole retains the low profile and crashpad wedge of lively adiprene foam that worked well in round five. The outersole has the same thin Continental rubber that successfully splits the difference between durability and traction. The result is a light shoe (with a familiar adidas feel) for faster running, that can also handle its share of your daily training.
Updates the adiZero Tempo 5
Recommended for: medium to high-arched feet with neutral biomechanics to very mild overpronation
Sizes: Men 7–13,14,15 (D,2E); Women 5–11,12 (B,D)
Weight: Men 9.0 oz. (size 11); Women 7.7 oz. (size 8)
Construction: Strobel slip-lasted