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Considering that I had the 2.0's before these, I love these cleats. Some of the problems from the 2.0 for me was the tongue and the stiffness around the achilles. Now they have a softer cushion-like material so it no longer leaves discomfort or cuts on my feet.The surface of the shoe is also an upgrade.
I have owned 2 pairs of the Energy Boosts and LOVED these shoes as hands down the best and most durable neutral trainers I've found. I wanted to get a distance racing or tempo shoe with Boost, but wanted just a little more cushion than the Adios. Along comes the Boston 5 , and I was definitely not disappointed by this shoe. It's got a lighter, firmer and slightly lower to the ground feel than the Energy Boost, but is not lacking in cushioning whatsoever with distance up to 15 miles so far. As I said, great addition!
I play competitive ultimate frisbee and are pretty hard on cleats. These are surprisingly comfortable and crazy light. I've burned through a lot of cleats but these are definitely here to stay for me. Only gripe is they did start to tear after one season which is a bit earlier than I would have liked. Adidas excellent customer service however was there to help out on the second pair. I'll buy these from now on hands down
I got these last week as an early Christmas present. So far I've put 24 miles on them. The bottom of the shoe is great. The boost foam makes it cushioned but it is still responsive and light and the traction on roads is phenomenal. However, I'm not very happy with the upper. The toe box is quite narrow, the length is good (I ordered a size 11) but the D width is really freakin' tight. Also, why Adidas chose to make the toe of the shoe out of felt is beyond me. I've had to put a lubricant on my toes to stop them from rubbing against the shoe and each other. I hope that Adidas fixes the upper on this shoe because it is a dang good running shoe.
Much better than the 2.0 which were tight and hard to break in. The material at the front and back of the cleat is much more forgiving when quickly stopping and going. I've had the 1.0,2.0, and now the 3.0's and they are my favorite. I ordered a half a size bigger than I normally do and they fit great.
Trust me when I say this, I have a lot of adidas tennis shoes. I am a big fan of the barricade and have recently been sporting the barricade 9 which I think is a great shoe. Recently I got the chance to test out the new Ubersonic, I have tried a couple of Adizero shoes in the past but often found them feeling either cheap or uncomfortable. Firstly, I was keen to try this particular model because I think it looks great. In all black with a red sole these shoes look like they mean business, a stealth bomber disguised as a tennis shoe. The profile of the shoe also boosts it's aesthetics, the guys at adidas told me this has been build on a running last thus giving the unbersonic a sleek and speedy look. The subtle 3 stripe branding on the side and adidas logo on the heel all add to the shoes look. It's not showy, it's 'I am going to sneak on on court, cause you problems, and then disappear before you even know who or what happened' and I love that! So, how does the Ubersonic perform? I haven't been harping on about the looks just because I am image concious, although we do all like to look good on court. However I think the performance of this shoe is actually based around the sleek and speedy look of it. The shoe feels planted, you feel low to the ground and ready to pounce, or dance if that's more your thing. My best analogy is that this this is an F1 car, and your the driver sat low and close to the floor. It defiantly does feel a little like a running shoe for tennis, and maybe that's what adidas had in mind. This shoe is supposed to be about speed and I certainly feel quicker around the court in this vs a barricade. Don't worry when I say running shoe, this still has good lateral support which is set toward the mid and rear of the shoe in the form of a reforced polymer band in which the laces loop through and lock you down. Adidas has informed me they have moved toward mid/rear foot support to help give more flexibly/agility in the forefoot, and this certainly delivers. Grip wise, at first they felt all over the show, I think with any new pair you need to take a thin layer of rubber off before they becoming sticky. After a few matches I feel I have a perfect balance between grip and the ability to slide a little on a hard court. A number of people often pick a tennis shoe based on durability, for me it's not really on my list of requirements, I go for comfort first, how it's feels, how it looks and then will it last. I am not best placed to comment on the durability having only worn the shoe for a couple of weeks. So far so good, I have been playing hard and pushing the shoe, there is a thick layer of rubber around the toe box for abrasion protection and mine still look close to new despite me sliding around the court. I am guessing the outsole will last as adidas have used the industry standard in durability, their adiwear6 rubber. Inside the shoe there is an internal sock and sharks tooth lining (that's what I call it) basically it grips the sock to stop your foot sliding around. I think adidas have really upped their game in the comfort category with this shoe and the most recent barricade, so we'll done adidas! I have given this shoe 5 stars, I think it's possibly one of the best shoes on the market aimed at a serious player with a fast game and I can't wait to put them on my feet again. Finally, word of advice, I am usually a UK 10, however the 10.5 fits me perfect. Thanks.
For me, the sizing is always tricky with Adidas shoes. I went up a full size in these. Normally wear a 9.5, tried on a 10 and it was too tight, 10.5 is just right. From the very first moment these shoes felt GREAT on my foot. I usually use that as a gauge for buying running shoes. As a 43 year old who has sustained many injuries over the years, I like softer running shoes. These are the best of both worlds, IMO, because the boost sole provides a very soft landing (I do all my runs on pavement/concrete) but the shoes still have plenty of "pop" for when you up the tempo. At 10mm, the heel-to-toe drop is a bit higher than I prefer (I like 6mm or 8mm) but I don't scrape my heels in these shoes because of the way the heel is shaped, there is a slitght "upturn" to it that works with my midfoot stride. I have also learned that it is not all about static drop. Drop is really dynamic, especially if you are a midfoot to light heel striker like me. A soft heel, which this shoe has, flattens out more when weighted during footstrike. I also have Saucony Triumph 12 (ISO), which are marketed as cushioned shoes. While they ARE soft, I find the Boost soles even softer and more comfortable. I think the Solar Red looks awesome. Great color. I will definitely buy another pair of these shoes.
I'm an amateur player from the UK, so I have only owned 1 other pair of cleats from another company, but I decided to get a pair of these cleats moving into the 2015 season, & I gotta say, these are fantastic! Although the mi adidas cleats doesn't have the sprint web technology, the overall design still holds to the foot real well. Tight, but not too tight! The sprintframe is light & low to the ground, which suits my running style perfectly, as if they're made for me! When I put them on, I don't want to take them off! I play free safety, but these cleats are great for any speed position!!! Im buying another pair, just because!!!!!
Not like the other adi zeros. It actually feels like a real thicker cleat, even though it's thin. Super durable too. I got them for the all American army combine so they've been true and tested. Traction is solid as well.
I have had 2 pairs. The first pair I put 450 miles on them. I've run in the in just about every weather condition this winter and they held up great. On my second pair I've just ran a full marathon. I will have to agree when I first got the shoe. I thought the construction might fall apart but after all the miles on them and also being wet a good amount of the time. I would recommend these shoes to everyone that has the right foot type.
I have had multiple pairs of the Adizero fooball cleats over the years and they have all been great. However, I had a problem with this pair as the insole was moving around inside of the shoe when cutting during football practice. The insole ended up on the side of the shoe rather than below my foot. There does not seem to be enough friction between the bottom of the insole and the baseplate of the shoe to hold it in place when cutting side-to-side. Hopefully this will get resolved for future models.
Not only is this cleat light but the traction on it is great, i'm a receiver and a DB and recommend these cleats for any player out there who wants something light with great traction and very comfortable. Great cleat way better than nikes newest cleats in my opinion. Also love their gold colorway, Really makes me stand out, from now on i'm an Adidas guy.
I have worn the trainers twice since receiving them, i have done a 18k & a 14k both time trainers where very comfy with no issues. I also have improved on my slits time buy 10 to 15 seconds per kilometre don't know if this is just in my head or the trainers ???
Fantastic running shoes and not only: I've been walking around in them every day since they arrived and they feel great. Very light and responsive yet not too springy. I ordered one half size up from my usual size and they fit perfectly. The outsole seems durable enough and shows no sign of wear so far so I hope I will be walking and running in these fantastic shoes for a very long time.
My son LOVES these shoes. He had the 2.0 and wore them our but wouldn't stop wearing them. He played with tape around the front until these new ones arrived! He swears they are like walking on air. My younger son could not wear these. They are much too narrow for a wider foot. Too bad. He really wanted to keep them but couldn't.