Adidas Kanadia TR6 – Review

Vegan Runner

Hi, I'm D and I live with my wife Rosie, two dogs and three cats in The Orkney Islands, Scotland UK. I am a full time carer to my wife and I love to run, I am also interested in photography and art amongst other things.

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4 Responses

  1. Rachel says:

    Its great that you have found something that works for you. I constantly have issues finding athletic sneakers that feel right. I am not a runner , but shoes are still very important . for example, I have a pair of Nike down shifter 5 and I get shin pain on the elliptical while wearing them so I’m in the process of finding a different sneaker now. I’m sure most of my pain has to do with me rather then the shoes but I’m hoping to find one that works a little better

  2. Dunky says:

    I’ve realised that with shoes it’s very trial and error and in the long run you just have to listen to your feet. I’m pretty lucky overall I seem to be able to adapt to a variety of styles of shoe. I try and research as much as possible but in the end you just have to take the leap and have some hope. I also don’t like to get hung up on one brand style of shoe because I know that companies constantly change them so if you get too reliant on one it’s going to be a pain if/when they discontinue it.

  1. May 1, 2015

    […] couple of different compounds. The grip is not as aggressive as other shoes and in comparison to my adidas kanadia looks a lot more restrained. There is a groove around a third of the way from the toe on the […]

  2. August 18, 2016

    […] (going against what I said above oops). I do have a pair of Adidas Kanadia shoes which I reviewed Here but they are now fit for the bin. The three usable ones are all Inov8. The Race Ultra 290s, […]

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