WATCH: What Are Katy Perry and David Beckham Running From?

03/28/2012 at 06:00 PM ET

They’re two of the fittest stars around, and now it’s pretty clear why. Katy Perry and David Beckham pound the pavement — quickly! — in new ads for Adidas’s ClimaCool shoes.

The stars, joined by Bulls point guard Derrick Rose and Argentine soccer player Lionel Messi, go for runs in their hometowns in the latest spots, set to a remix of Perry’s single, “Part of Me.” Their colorful, ventilated shoes — designed to reduce foot temperature and in-shoe moisture during warm workouts — are available now on adidas.com for $100.

Beckham and Perry are longtime faces of the brand; he designed a capsule collection in 2009, while she opened up about her style icons in a spot for Adidas last year.

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