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The best men's adidas trainers you can buy in 2022

5:53 PM MYT 12/04/2022
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Looking for the best adidas footwear? These are the top shoes currently available from the iconic company

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German giants adidas have been among the brand leaders in men's trainers for decades, and for good reason. The company produces top-quality footwear for a variety of purposes - from running shoes to specialised sports trainers and, of course, everyday lifestyle sneakers.

Choosing the best options available is no easy task with their back catalogue of retro classics and frequent new releases. However, that's exactly what we've done.

We've rounded up running shoes designed for both speed and distance; secure, waterproof footwear crafted to tackle challenging terrain in any weather; and stylish trainers that are supremely comfortable and iconic in their design.

Whatever you need from a shoe, one of these popular, high-quality models is sure to tick the boxes.

These are the best adidas trainers you can buy right now.

Best new release: adidas Busenitz Pro

Colourways available: Five (Cloud White / Collegiate Navy / Shadow Navy, Core Black / Chalky Brown / Cloud White, Carbon / Collegiate Orange / Core Black, Bright Yellow / Sky Rush / Gum, Core Black / Footwear White / Gold Metallic)

The new Busenitz range, named after the skateboarder, Dennis Busenitz, is a slick and stylish upgrade on the classic Copa Mundial. The chich navy, blue, red, beige and white colourway is a sophisticated look. Meanwhile, the multi-textured show with a premium suede and nylon quarter makes it the premium option of new releases from adidas.

Get them from adidas for £75.00

Best for comfort: adidas Originals LA Trainer

Colourways available: One (Blue/Yellow)

The stylish and breathable suede on the LA trainer with a mesh upper mix makes them the best comfortable option from adidas. The shoe sits on a three peg midsole for extra cushioning and a gum outsole for maximum traction. The bright royal blue and yellow colourway is a bonus point on these.

Get it from JD Sports for £80.00

Best colourway: Originals Shadoturf

Colourways available: Three (Ochre Yellow, Stone Grey and Black/Neutral)

These adidas Originals Shadowturf trainers tip the cap to the 2000's adidas JET running shoes. The trip down memory lane has been refreshed with a delicious honey mustard colourway, which is neutral and adds a pop of colour. It will have people asking, 'what trainers are you wearing?'.

Get it from JD Sports for £100.00

Best for style: Y-3 Orisan

Colourways available: Six (Core White / Black / Orbit Grey, Black / Grey One / Core White, Core White / Core White / Black, Core White / Bliss / Bold Orange and Black / Semi Frozen Yellow)

The most innovative styles demand a top budget, and the adidas Y-3 Orisan designed by Japanese designer Yohji Yamamoto is no different. The minimalist and serenity of Japanese style come through in these trainers with a pale yellow extended heel and double-layered open mesh upper. This is one for someone with an eye for style.

Get them from adidas for £300.00

Best designer: Sean Wotherspoon Superearth

Colourways available: One (Black/Colourful Embroidery)

Just looking at a picture of these trainers, you know they're designer shoes. There's audacity in the bold and creative design created by streetwear designer Sean Wotherspoon. Take the trailing threat from the embroidery flowers - the eye-catching look pays tribute to mother nature in all her glory. Bonus points for sustainability on these, too, as they're made from faux leather, and the soles are crafted with natural tree rubber.

Get them from Mr Porter for £85.00

Best for sustainability: Ultraboost DNA 2.0

Colourways available: One (Black/White)

Conscious about your wardrobe being environmentally friendly and want to do your bit? Then the adidas Ultraboost DNA 2.0 are perfect. The shoes, which Egyptian footballer Mohamed Salah inspires, don a hieroglyphics inspired pattern on the outsole and laces. The sustainability comes from the fact that the yarn in the upper contains at least 50% Parley Ocean Plastic and 50% recycled polyester.

Get them from adidas for £160.00

Best vegan shoe: Originals Stan Smith

Colourways available: Four (White/White, White/Green, White Navy and White/Black)

The adidas Stan Smith trainers are a revered classic, but now it's also a great vegan option. The iconic shoes have gone through a redesign with a vegan upper and outsole made from rubber waste. It's a planet-friendly option not made from any animal-derived ingredients or materials.

Get them from JD Sports for £75.00

Best for running: Ultraboost 22 trainers

Colourways available: 20 (Legacy Indigo / Blue Rush / Turbo, Vivid Red / Turbo, Cloud White / Flash Orange / Mint Rush, Almost Lime / Solar Yellow, Turbo / Solar Yellow / Core Black and more)

The Ultraboost 22 trainers are built for comfort and responsiveness, so you can be the best runner you can be with ultimate levels of comfort. The torsion system fixed on the outsole will give you a responsive stride, whilst bost capsules on the outer give you the energy push system to maintain speed.

Get it from adidas for £165.00

Best for skateboarding: Tyshawn Shoes

Colourways available: Two (Core Black / Collegiate Green / Cloud White and Off White / Cloud White)

Named after New York skater Tyshawn Jones, these trainers are designed for skateboarding but give you that extra swagger from the concrete jungle. The mid features a memory foam collar, and there's a reinforced toe for additional support. The 'money green' three stripes and black colourway are a delightful combination.

Get them from adidas for £75.00

Best monochrome look: Gazelle Shoes

Colourways available: 13 (Dark Grey Heather / White / Gold Metallic, Vapor Pink / White / Gold Metallic, Collegiate Burgundy / Cloud White / Cloud White, Orbit Green / Focus Olive / Dark Brown, Hazy Yellow / Black / Yellow, Collegiate Navy / White / Gold Metallic and more)

You really can't go wrong with a pair of these clean monochromatic adidas Gazelle shoes. Available in over a dozen colourways, the world is your oyster for these streetwear staples. The leather upper coupled with suede covering most of the show makes up the iconic shoe from the early '90s.

Get them from adidas for £70.00

Best for collectors: adidas Rocket ZX 1K Boost

Colourways available: One (Black/Orange/Yellow/Red)

adidas has teamed up with Marvel and Guardians Of The Galaxy to create trainers dedicated to all the main characters, including Gamora, Star-Lord, Groot, Drax and Rocket. The speed lace system on this trainer is a homage to Rocket's gear, and as his name suggests, the colourway is black with shades of orange and yellow.

Get them from adidas for £85.00

Best Originals trainer: adidas Oringinals Ozweego Colex

Colourways Available: Nine (Grey Three / Almost Lime / Grey Five, Chalky Brown / Magic Grey / Shadow Olive, Cloud White, Core Black / Grey Five, Grey Two / Acid Orange, Cloud White / Chalk White / Core Black and more)

The Ozweego range looks to the future of adidas trainers and sure does look the part. It borrows from the '90s techy overlay style, which gives it a futuristic look on the upper. The cushioning on the sole and sock-like fit make the Ozweego's a comfortable pair.

Get them from JD Sports for £90.00

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