For those who are into running marathons, have you tried the Adizero Sub2? The shoe is meant for serious runners especially if you are a neutral runner. Here are some in-store images that I took at the adidas store in Trinoma. It feels light because of the engineered mesh upper and it doesn't have too much support pieces so support would likely come from having the right fit. It feels snug and thin so we could assume that this would benefit from long-distance running sessions. Basketball and running differ in many ways like running is most of the time just running straight forward and doesn't require too much lateral movements. Cushioning is made up of a lightweight Boost foam and while it does feel more compact, it isn't chunky as some running models or even just the normal Boost foam used in lifestyle or in basketball. This has a more lightweight but firm setup. It does not have too much give or mushy/sinking feeling so responsiveness is more or less what they are going for here. Finally, the Continental rubber outsole will give additional durability in different surfaces. The Adizero Sub2 retails for Php 8,500.