Snap Up A Bargain With Up To 50% Off In The Adidas Midseason Sale

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For its midseason sale, Adidas has slashed the price of some of its top running shoes and workout clothes by up to 50%. So now is a great time to pick up a set of the best running shoes without breaking the bank. 

But you don’t have to be in the market for new footwear to take advantage of Adidas’s sale. There are plenty of discounts on the brand’s latest apparel too – for example, you can save over 30% on a three-pack of men’s Superlite training socks for just $9 from Adidas (opens in new tab)

You’ll need to get in quickly, because the sale only runs until 20th March. .If you can’t find what you’re looking for, try the Reebok midseason sale (opens in new tab), which has discounts of up to 40% on workout clothing and shoes. 

Adidas US: Save up to 50% on running shoes, workout kit, and accessories (opens in new tab)

Reebok US: Workout clothes and training shoes up to 40% off (opens in new tab)

Now $64 at Adidas (opens in new tab)

Adidas Terrex Agravic Ultra Trail Running Shoe: Was $160 Now $64 at Adidas (opens in new tab)

One deal that caught our eye is the Adidas Terrex Agravic Ultra Trail Running Shoes, now almost $100 cheaper after dropping from $160 to $64 (opens in new tab). This shoe was created with input from top ultra trail runner Ekaterina Mityaeva, with features including a carbon rock plate and Continental rubber outsole for durability. 

Now $60 at Adidas (opens in new tab)

Adidas Women’s Supernova Running Shoe: Was $100 Now $60 at Adidas (opens in new tab)

These comfortable running shoes come in seven color options in sizes 5 through 12. They have a regular fit, a 9mm midsole drop, and weight just 8oz (227g). If you’re looking to upgrade your running footwear, don’t miss out on this huge 40% discount before the sale ends on 20th March. 

Now $9 at Adidas (opens in new tab)

Adidas Men’s Superlite Training Sock: Was $14 Now $9 at Adidas (opens in new tab)

You can now save more than 30% on this three-pack of training socks. The white, low-cut socks sit around your ankle and have cushioning for extra comfort over long periods. The fabrics, which are partly made from recycled materials, are designed to keep your feet cool. 

Now $168 at Adidas (opens in new tab)

Adidas Ultraboost Made To Be Remade Running Shoe: Was $210 Now $168 at Adidas (opens in new tab)

Whether you’re taking on a 10K or exploring a new city, chances are you’ll spot a few pairs of Adidas’s Ultraboost shoes as you go. They feel good and look great, making them a versatile choice for your feet. Now the brand has boosted the shoes’ sustainability credentials with the Made To Be Remade model, which can be returned when you’ve worn them down to be turned into something new. As an added bonus, these pioneering shoes have been reduced from $210 to $168 (opens in new tab).  

Now $68 at Adidas (opens in new tab)

Adidas By Stella McCartney Yoga Mat: Was $85 Now $68 at Adidas (opens in new tab)

Next time you dip into downward dog, plant your palms in confidence with this yoga mat, now down almost $20 (opens in new tab). The 5mm foam will provide plenty of cushioning for your spine during lying poses, and it’s easy on the eye too. 

Now $72 at Adidas (opens in new tab)

Adidas Predator Precision.3 FG: Was $90 Now $72 at Adidas (opens in new tab)

Released in 2000, the original Adidas Predator Precision is one of the most popular football boots of all time. Getting your mitts on an original pair is a tricky task, but you can snap up this modern remake for just $72. The design is a doppelganger for the original, but the update has a lighter synthetic upper and redesigned outsole for improved grip. 

Although there are money-saving discounts on a range of Adidas’s shoes and clothes, these might not be quite what you’re looking for. After all, price is an important factor, but so is the comfort, fit and design. 

But if you’re after a new pair of training shoes, then it’s worth considering a set of the best gym trainers too. And our on-page tool automatically finds the lowest prices, so you don’t need to go hunting around for the best deals. 

Harry Bullmore
Staff writer

Harry covers news, reviews and features for Coach, Fit&Well (opens in new tab) and Live Science (opens in new tab). With over a decade of training experience, he has tried everything from powerlifting to gymnastics, cardio to CrossFit, all in a bid to find fun ways of building a healthy, functional body.