adidas Philippines Colour Missions and Climacool Ride 2011

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I heard the radio advertisement of adidas Colour Missions just this afternoon and did a quick visit to their website at to know what this new fuss is all about. I was amazed on what I found out!

adidas Colour Missions is actually a full role-playing running soundtrack, a first of its kind, it’s about 10 minutes long designed to guide a runner through each of the scenarios. adidas currently released 4 different role-playing soundtracks, Colour Mission Green (The Mothership), Colour Mission Blue (Rock Star), Colour Mission Red (Before Dawn) and Colour Mission Yellow (The Getaway). I already downloaded them all to my IPod. So what Colour Are you?

Download the Sound Tracks at

Inline with this, adidas is also releasing a new line of shoes Climacool Ride (CC Ride) this April 2011. It has five vibrant colourways, young runners can step out in fresh pink, intense green, sun yellow, blue and red.

adidas cc ride red 2011
adidas cc ride green 2011
adidas cc ride yellow 2011
adidas cc ride blue 2011

Here is the Official Press Release about this new Shoe.

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adidas introduces the coolest run with CC Ride

March 2011 – adidas is excited to introduce a 360-degree ventilation with the launch of the CC Ride for Spring/Summer 2011. For a modern, vibrant and outstandingly cool run, this shoe is definitely for you.

Ranged in five vibrant colourways, young runners can step out in fresh pink, intense green, sun yellow, blue and red and really make a statement on the track and on the street.

The minimalist upper lets air flow from all angles as the CC Ride utilizes adidas’ technology ClimaCool®. ClimaCool® offers the benefit of 360 degree ventilation as it opens the air channels with every step you take, giving runners the ultimate, all-embracing breathability only adidas offers.

adidas developed this ClimaCool® material especially for runners in response to these two truths: that high humidity and temperature in causes a lot of discomfort, and that by reducing heat one will definitely increase performance. ClimaCool® reduces in-shoe moisture by 20% and foot temperature by 12% .

The unique sole construction ensures the wearer that this multi-functional footwear gives the ultimate flexibility and freedom of motion through a unique soft technology and full-length cushioning system.

The CC Ride also features a perforated sockliner for increased breathability, a non-woven fabric lining for additional comfort, and injected EVA tooling for maximum flexibility from toe to heel.

Tried and tested, all the ClimaCool® adidas products have to pass the same stringent testing processes, including wear testing, fit testing and biomechanical testing, making sure that the CC Ride offers you the ultimate performance , designed with visual seaming that screams fast.

The CC Ride is miCoach compatible and is available for P4,795 at Newport, adidas Shops in Megamall and Trinoma, Adrenaline Sporting Goods (Robinson’s Cagayan de Oro, Robinsons Ermita, Robinson’s Galleria, Rockwell, Gateway, Ayala Center Cebu, Alabang Town Center, Shangri-La, Greenhills), Gaisano Mall (Davao GenSan), Lee Super Plaza, Planet Sports Inc. Rockwell, ProLine Sportcs Center, SPCO Greenbelt 3, Sports Central Manila, The Athlete’s Foot, Toby’s (Glorietta 4, Megamall, MOA, North Edsa, Shangri-La, The Block, Trinoma), and MJDR Clothing Specialist.


  1. They just need to look at the Zigtech line of Reebok to check if the Climacool Ride will be successful. The price has gone down so quick. Hmmm…. why so?

    I would be interested to see a real review of this product by observant actual users in 3 or 4 months time. I would not be too caught up with the marketing goobledygook this early.

    It’s always best to purchase a newly released shoe product 6 months down the road. Forget about that shelf life talk. If you really run all the time, 4 to 5 months is all you’ll get from the shoe. So, even if what you bought has an 18 months shelf life already, I bet it would still be fine.

  2. @MERCURY:Can i ask, how long is the frequency of a regular run for a 4 to 5 months life use of a running shoes? Does it apply to all brands and does it include trail shoes?

  3. The one i replaced covered ~550+ on a 35k per week average. But they were well worn off (am a supinator) after. I replaced it after 4 months with stability shoes. I have increased my mileage to twice that last 6 weeks, but now using 2 pairs. Around 10k average at least per day. I am a lightweight, and that is a factor. The distribution between those pairs is 65/35. One is a performance pair and which I use 65% of the time. It will be useful for maybe another month or month-and-a-half of straight usage. The other maybe good for another 1-1/2 to 2 months. Per will run 550k, I guess.

    The brands will vary a bit but not so much, I’d say. But if you use performance shoes which are “thin”, they will wear out quicker, regardless of the brand.

    Sole wear will depend on roughness of road surface. Loss of shoe spring/bounce will depend whether you run on cement road or asphalt road.

    I can not say anything about trail shoes.

  4. so mercury…do you recommend this climacool shoes? don’t know about the zigtech reebok lines…are they better? i guess this adidas colors are gaining few months, you’d say prices would drop a bit…it’s around Php4300 in the market. started at Php4700…even cheaper online…$75 to $80…we’re running in this sunday’s zigtech event in bgc


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