Product Type: Adidas shoes
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Adidas Honey Mid trainer.....
Adidas Honey Mid
Member Name: MEL0611
Adidas Honey Mid
Advantages: Comfy ot wear, good value for money, look good, good for long distances
Disadvantages: None from me
Whilst I have a rather large collection of shoes, most of them tend to be high heels or flat ballerina shoes, this is fine when it is summer or I don't have to walk any kind of distance but when walking in the winter months or going for a bit of a trek I prefer something that is a little bit sturdier. I didn't really want a standard trainer, I guess I just don't like the look so instead I decided to have something different and after much shopping around I decided to buy some Adidas Honey Mid Stripes. The shoes are ones that are a trainer but are slightly raised at the back and here are my thoughts on the shoe.
The shoes will cost you around the £47.00 mark. I did make sure that I shopped around as I know that if you go to some sports shops you will end up paying over the odds. I eventually got my shoes from the Sports Direct store in my local town, there was a couple of other sports shops in town that I tried and they were coming out at about the same price but there was the JJB sports store that I tried and it was much more expensive. I had expected to pay around the £50.00 mark for the product and as this was the Adidas brand I knew that I was partly paying for the name.
The shoes as I mentioned are called the Honey Mid Stripes and they are a mid-cut trainer. The ones that I have are a canvas looking grey material and then the only other colour on the trainer is a shade of white. The detail is quite minimal which is why I liked them, there was not the Adidas logo splashed all across the trainer. I also liked the design of the laces, going all the way up the boot with 9 holes in total. I liked that you could identify this as beig an Adidas boot by the traditional three white stripes across it.
When it comes to wearing these, they are so comfy. There is a lovely cushioned feel to the bottom of the trainer; it takes the impact and shock for your feet so when walking any kind of distance you know that your feet are going to be protected. As the trainer comes over the ankle it also feels that this area of your foot is also protected. As the shoe was built up I was a little concerned about it rubbing my foot as I often wear low backed shoes and the shoe did feel very snug around my foot to begin with and I did try and break the shoe in. I take a size 8 in trainers and my foot felt really comfy inside and the width of the trainer was good as well, I think they came in a good range of sizes, possibly 3 - 9.
The shoes go with jeans well and I tend to wear them with my leggings, big jumper and body warmer when I am off out on a mission! They do get dirty as you would expect so I just instantly give them a wipe down with a warm cloth to try and keep them looking good.
I would be happy to recommend these trainers, comfy, look funky and are good for walking any kind of distance.
5 out of 5 from me
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Summary: A great trainer by Adidas
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