Cloudfoam adidas

Cloudfoam from adidas makes you feel like you're walking on air. Float through your day with a pair of Cloudfoam Pure or QT Racer shoes built with super soft cushioning that keep your feet comfortable all day long.
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There's a new technology in town freeing you from tired feet, painful heels and unneeded restrictions. It's everything your feet could wish for, and more…


We can't stop moving. Traveling the world. Dancing at festivals. Walking around our favourite cities. Our feet deserve a treat. adidas neo cloudfoam technology supports your heel and arch and surrounds your foot in pure comfort - so you can go on and on... forever.


The cloudfoam step-in comfort keeps it all in one shoe. No need to accessorise with separate shoe inserts or insoles - cloudfoam adds internal support on your heel and arch - exactly where you need it most.


Yes! Who said class can't be comfortable? Supporting your feet no longer compromises your style. Kick it up a notch with running, basketball and studio inspired trainers. There's more than enough to choose from, for guys and for girls.


Cloudfoam is a newly developed EVA compound, a heel pad in the midsole, that provides a new supreme level of underfoot cushioning.

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Cloudfoam adidas Frequently Asked Questions

To clean adidas shoes with Cloudfoam cushioning, first remove any excess dirt by knocking the soles together. Use a soft brush, like a toothbrush, to scrub off any remaining dirt. Then use a washcloth to gently wipe away stains using a mild laundry detergent in lukewarm water. Remove any excess soap with a washcloth dipped in warm water. Use a soft toothbrush dipped in water to clean white outsoles. Dry the shoes at room temperature. To clean laces and removable insoles, take them off the shoes, put them in a pillowcase and run through a washing machine set to cold / delicate.
Most adidas shoes with Cloudfoam cushioning have regular laces, and the way you choose to lace them can change up the shoes' look. (Slip-on versions, like the Lite Racer Adapt sneaker, don't have laces.) For styling options, check out the adidas blog post "Six Creative Ways to Lace Your Sneakers". It's an illustrated guide that demonstrates straight lacing, ladder lacing, spiderweb lacing, bow tie lacing, loop-back lacing and the "missing lace" technique.
adidas shoes with Cloudfoam cushioning, such as the Cloudfoam Pure, Lite Racer and QT Racer sneakers, have a look that's inspired by technical runners but aren't made for running. Cloudfoam cushioning, made of EVA, molds to the foot so the shoes are comfortable to wear all day. For running, look for shoes designed to support the way runners move with a balance of light weight, impact absorption and stability. Many adidas running shoes use Boost cushioning, which is made of expanded TPU particles and feels more springy than Cloudfoam.