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New school year, new on-sale Adidas: Save up to 25% on cool and comfy sneakers

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Three Adidas tennis shoes.
Our picks, from $53. (Photo: Adidas)

Adidas rarely gets discounted. If it does, it's usually a last-season style, in a color that doesn't flatter any complexion. Or pairs sell out so fast, you hardly have time to check out before your size is gone. Looks like today is your lucky day: The brand is offering an incredible back to school sale — and it's sitewide!

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There's just one catch: the more you shop, the more you save. Take 15% off your order of $50+, 20% off of $100+, or 25% off of $150+ when you enter code SAVEMORE at checkout. You'll want to act fast, though. The promotion ends August 17 and sizes and colors are quickly selling out.

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Adidas Cloudfoam Pure 2.0 Shoes

$53$75Save $22
$53 at Adidas

Cloudfoams are ideal for long walks, active workdays and errand-filled weekends alike. The midsole is made of super durable foam, which provides maximum cushioning. A memory foam sockliner keeps feet secure and prevents injuries.

"These are super comfy and have great bounce to them," wrote one happy customer. "I have knee and back issues, and they help release the pressure for both."

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Adidas Ultraboost 22 Shoes

$133$190Save $57
$133 at Adidas

The Ultraboost 22 have been awarded the "Best Women's Running Shoes" and there's a good reason why — they feel amazing on your feet, whether you're running, walking, or standing on your feet all day.

The Ultraboost model is designed for women's feet with a narrower heel fit to avoid heel slip and blisters. Plus, the upper is made with yarn containing 50% recycled plastic from the ocean.

"Super comfortable and the colors are great! Great for working 12-hour shifts at the hospital," says a hard-working wearer.

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Adidas Adilette Slides

$30$60Save $30
$30 at Adidas

Once you buy a pair of Adilette Slides, you'll immediately want another. These are a bestseller for the brand and, if you treat yourself to a pair, will likely become a favorite in your closet.

The classic Adidas slide has been upgraded with velvet for an ultimate lounging experience.

Wrote one fan: "These sandals are so cute and stylish. They are also very comfortable. The width is perfect and the sandals are true to size. I would recommend them."

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Adidas Puremotion Adapt Shoes

$49$70Save $21
$49 at Adidas

The laceless design makes them easy to slip on and off; the subdued style means you'll grab them for all kinds of outfits.

The Puremotions are marketed as running shoes, but they're great for other activities like walking and working long hours.

"I’m in healthcare and I love the no laces as they don’t come undone and get dirty!" reports one customer.

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Adidas Grand Court Alpha Shoes

$75
$75 at Adidas

These sneakers are 70s-inspired with a modern finish. The faux leather upper sits on a sturdy rubber outsole and a plush Cloudfoam sockliner is added for a cushioned finish.

"I am absolutely in love with these sneakers," raved an Adidas shopper. "They feel like I'm walking on air. I have a had a lot of sneakers throughout my life and these are by far my best. The style, affordability and I love the bottom tan sole that keeps them from getting and looking dirty because sometimes white sneakers are hard to keep clean, but I have no problem with these."

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Adidas Retropy F2 Shoes

$90
$90 at Adidas

These sneakers feature a durable textile upper and cushioned EVA midsole that helps support your stride and provide maximum comfort.

"These shoes exceeded my expectations. The fit was perfect and the comfort is unmatched. The colorway is perfect," a reviewer penned.

The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.

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