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Men's Training Shoes are the go-to footwear for your workout sessions or if you're planning to score a few goals on the turf and this can be made possible with our Men's Dropset Trainers 3, designed with stiff heels to provide stability and dense midsoles to keep your feet comfortable. You could even consider the Men's Trainer V Shoes which combine a stable fit and airy feel for premium comfort.

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MEN'S TRAINING SHOES

Training shoes support a range of movements, including cutting, stopping, breaking, jumping and changing direction quickly. This makes a training shoe versatile and conducive for many different types of workouts. Think of training shoes as all-in-one gym shoes.
Training shoes are much flatter than other styles. This is the result of a “heel drop,” which is the distance from heel height to toe height.
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HOW SHOULD TRAINING SHOES FIT?
Training shoes have a comfortable upper and flexible midsole for multi-directional movement. A lower heel drop positions runners closer to the ground to push off and pivot. Training shoes may also be lightweight for easy and efficient movement. 

WHAT HAPPENS IF YOU USE THE WRONG SHOES FOR TRAINING?
Not wearing the appropriate training shoes during your gym workouts may lead to the following problems: Discomfort while training, reduced stability, failing to achieve your training goals

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN TRAINING AND RUNNING SHOES?
Running and training shoes may look similar, but there are key differences in sole flexibility and heel drop.
• Running shoes are built for heel-to-toe movement. The higher heel drop provides extra support and cushioning in running shoes. Take these shoes on tracks and runs.
• Training shoes are made for multi-directional movement, especially lateral or side to side movement. The sole of a training shoe is flatter and flexible to allow a wide range of movement. Take these shoes to the gym.

adidas has been making men’s trainers for many decades, and in that time we’ve learned many things about what makes comfortable footwear. We’ve also built up a classic sports fashion image, with iconic motifs such as the 3-Stripes and Trefoil, that we’re constantly reinventing and reimagining on every new step of the journey.