Skip to Content

Product Focus: adidas ZX700 Burgundy/Red Trainer

14th October 2014 | Posted in Mens by Ryan Gray

Originally released by adidas in 1985, the ZX700 was just one in a long line of trainers that came under the ZX family. Specifically crafted for long distance running, the original ZX trainer program yielded over 20 trainers, each as innovative as the last, delivering new technology, design and materials with each release.

The ZX700 was a key part in this sequence, bringing a new wave of technology to the amateur running scene. With a biomechanical support system, which reduced foot roll within the shoe, and a heel unit that consisted of foam and nylon to reduce weight and provide excellent ventilation, the ZX700 was masterfully crafted for the high mileage runner.
Other features such as reflective inserts on the toe and heel for safety, a combination of lacing systems and an aerated polyester mesh to the front made these trainers one of the most practical and advanced pairs around.


Fast forward to 2014, and the ZX700 is back in all its original glory in this new burgundy and red colour way. With the exact same formula that made them a sensation in 1985, these adidas ZX700 trainers are ready to make an impact on your casual style, rather than the time it takes you to run a few miles.

The perfect example of how an athletic history is currently being married to urban style through an ever growing sneaker culture, these ZX700 are just one in a long line of legendary adidas ZX trainers that are set to give your look a retro runner twist.






Masdings Reviews

Be the first to access the latest Offers, News & Promotions by signing up to our mailing list.

* indicates required
/ ( dd / mm )

Please select all the ways you would like to hear from

You can unsubscribe at any time by clicking the link in the footer of our emails. For information about our privacy practices, please visit our website.

We use Mailchimp as our marketing platform. By clicking below to subscribe, you acknowledge that your information will be transferred to Mailchimp for processing. Learn more about Mailchimp's privacy practices here.

Back to top