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One of the best shoes I've run in for awhile. Fresh out the box comfort. Good support, while remaining lightweight. Anyone who regularly gets adidas knows the 1/2 size adjustment (U.S.) so the fit was perfect. I've had a hard time taking them off and instead leaning towards buying a second pair.
I'm a big fan of the adizero line. This will be my fourth pair. I currently have the Bostons as well as the Adios 3s. While I do enjoy the Bostons, I'd recommend paying the extra change for the Adios 3s. The shoes are similar but the Adios' offer a comfort fresh out the box that is hard to replicate. Just my feet and I's opinion.
Been using all 5 versions of the Boston as my general trainer for steady and some tempo runs for some years now and the Boston Boost 5 has been favourite and am now onto my 9th pair with up to 500 miles per pair. They provide a good balance between being fairly light and fairly flexible whilst some providing decent cushioning. As somebody with long and narrow feet they fit well width wise although have always felt could do with them being a fraction longer but at UK 12.5 I have no bigger choices and anyway I've not had any problems with blisters. Prefer a lighter and more responsive shoe like the Adios for racing and interval sessions but as a general trainer I will miss these if the scarity of supply now suggests these are being discontinued.
Well I usually wear 7.5 when I ordered this , it felt like 6.. I put it next to any 7.5 showes and it looked tiny.. I think probably you have to be at least size 10+ to be able to wear this as its design make it look even smaller !!
I bought a couple of pairs of these while training and running the London marathon. I always buy adidas as being a narrow fit these are ideal. I did have to go up a size in these (probably a combination of being slightly smaller fit and feet expanding during training). These are a light weight trainer, so ideal for marathons.
When is a size 9 not a nine? when you order from adidas. I have been a size nine for more than 20 years since my feet stopped growing and have purchased shoes on this basis without any problems until adidas decided for no apparent reason to change this well understood system? Apparently my feet have grown half a size (or even a full size according to reviews) without me realising and now I should be purchasing a completely a different size apparently? absolutely ridiculous!!
I loved the adios 2's, but the toe box was a bit cramped. These 3's are seriously the best shoes I have ever owned. They are a perfect blend of support/cushioning, and road feel/minimalism. I have owned these shoes about two weeks now and they have been the sole reason for me taking my training from 3 to 5 days a week. If you want perfection in a shoe, stop right here.
Used these on 50km trail race and they held up well. Having run in Adizeros before I got away without even wearing them in. No blisters, no issues at all. That said - had the trail been wet, I would have been in all sorts.
I read alot of reviews about these runners before buying them, people said to order a size up. I am usually a UK9 but ordered a UK9.5, they are a tight (not uncomfortable) fit so a UK10 would have been perfect. I love the styling and colour. I have done 70km so far in these runners and have enjoyed the runs, nice light shoe. I would definitely buy these again.
I have worn the Adios Boost 1 three times, Adios Boost 2 once, and the Adios Boost 3 once. The forefoot of the 3 is better than the 2 but still not as good as the 1. I like that is is wider near the big toe but the curve on the outside portion of the shown is still too narrow. I had the size up 1/2 size in order for my little toes to not get jammed--which made the shoe feel like "good". I also had to order from the IS as Canada didn't have the 1/2 size. Narrow does not mean high performance. If they widened the outside of the forefront of the shoe would be closer to perfect.
When it is time for speed training, the option is limited. Boston boost looks much better than adios boost, provide better cushioning for everyday training, and only 0.1 ounce heavier. Yes the fit is narrow, but narrow is good for speed.
Previously ran in the Boston Boost for general training and decided that the Adizero Adios Boost was next to try. Having had this shoe for 11 days covering just under 100 miles and including a marathon, this is one I will definitely continue to use. Training in the Adios Boost feels so effortless. It feels incredibly lightweight but responsive and enough underfoot to provide plenty of cushioning for the roads. I found I went up half size to the Boston which suits me. This is my new shoe of choice for training and racing. Another pair will be ordered very soon. Great work Adidas.
Ok so I bought my first pair of Adios 3 and run about a hundred miles and I felt that the shoe might be a bit small so I bought a second pair half sizer bigger and they were perfect. How good is this shoe? Well it's a fast and light shoe and I wouldn't go over 250mi with them as the rubber wears out pretty quickly. I have a mid foot strike which these shoes are made for and they are so comfortable that I ran a half marathon with them straight out from the box (mainly cause I've had many pairs of them and know the shoe thru out). If you are looking for the perfect running shoe without any bells and whistles then guys - this is the best you can find ! Dear Adidas, Please do not stop manufacturing them and if you will then please let us know before so I can order a truck load of them for future !
I gave these a good try out today. They are featherweight, and fit really well. They also look good. Pros: Really light Very comfortable Sleek looking shoe Mesh upper allows for great airflow Cons: You will need to order a full size bigger (I'm normally a UK10, but needed a UK11, which fit perfectly) Arch support isn't great, especially if you're an overpronator like me I would definitely recommend this product.
Really happy with the adios 3. I run in a few different models and different brands and have to say the adios 3 comes close to nailing the perfect high intensity distance shoe. Perfect blend of cushion and responsiveness. Light weight and a tiny dose of stability. I'm super happy. Was in the Boston before this and am happy I traded down in weight. Classic looks too, means when I retire them from miles I'll be happy to continue wearing them.
I use the Boston Boost for training runs from 5 miles to 20+ miles. (I tend to race in the Adios version). The shoes are light weight and comfortable, although due to the narrow fitting I get the next size up (EU size 44 instead of 43). Boost cushioning and grip is great. (I am a neutral foot type and these shoes suit me fine - I prefer them to the more cushioned Glide Boost, which feel a little clumpy for me).
The Adizero Adios has been my go to running shoe for all road races from 5K up to Marathon. I have owned the Adios 1 and 2 editions. The main difference with the Adios 3 compared with the Adios 2 is that the toe box is wider and this makes for a more comfortable run, esp for long runs. I tend to get a larger size (so EU size 44 instead of 43) and that suits me fine. Boost cushioning great as ever and the new style Continental grip appears better quality than in the Adios 2 and Adios 1 versions and should prove longer lasting. I would recommend this shoe most definitely - little wonder that it tends to be the marathon racing shoe for the elites.
Having already run in the Adios 2 I purchased the Adios 3 when a new pair of shoes was required. They fit and feel exactly like the 2 which i love. The laces on the 3 don't seem to move as freely as the 2, but overall these perfect. Light, responsive and with enough cushioning for long runs.
I purchased these as I couldn't afford the ultra boost and overall theyare good running shoes. They have an amazing soft, light feel when you wear them, but they are a little too narrow if you have wide feet. They are not as good or comfortable as the energy boost that I've owned previous to these, but they are good. I would recommend them to anyone who has narrow feet.
I struggle finding a shoe that fits my narrow heel and large arch and thanks to adidas Boston I found the perfect shoe. I have logged over 350 miles and they are only just now showing some age. Provides great cushioning for midfoot to forefoot striker like myself and a comfortable fast ride for those longer 15-20 mile training runs. recommended for a solid neutral probation and efficient runner!
I ran in a high profile event aired on tv and used a different brand ✅ they almost crippled me so I have gone back with the boost. These Boston Boost feel like I'm floating. I ran my best time over 5k. I always buy a size up with adidas and that always works for me. My overpronator feet love this shoe. 5stars adidas from you saved the day!
Just want to say i very rarely give product reviews but after a week of research on picking a shoe, its true, these shoes are absolutley amaizing! On my first run with them i shattered my all time personal best from a year ago by 13% & still holding the same heartrate. I can only imagine better times when my muscles become used to these new shoes. THANK YOU ADIDAS!
Great value no nonsense running shoe. Never paid much attention to technology as a casual runner but these shoes do make my running more comfortable. They are very light and definitely absorb more shock. Good grip too
I did few runs so far and have to say that these shoes are incredible. Perfectly fit my feet, they are light, stable and comfortable. No blisters! Love them! I highly recommend Bostons especially for longer runs.
This is my first pair of Adidas running shoes, I finally decided to succumb into the boost hype. Given the overhyped quality of the boost foam, I am not impressed by the adios boost 3. It does not provide the exceptional energy return people roar about and it is not more comfortable than any other shoe or even racing flat I have tried. As per the Torsion highly acclaimed transition - sorry, I didn't feel the difference. Sizing is totally messed up. I normally wear EU 44 to 45 for dress shoes, while for running shoes i size up to 45.5 for the extra space in the toebox area needed on longer runs. Knowing these run short in sizing, I purchased 46 and gues what? Adidas adios boost 3 size 46 is at least 1 cm SHORTER compared to all other running shoes I own sized 45.5! Given that, either try these in a shop before buying online, or go ONE FULL SIZE UP compared to your normal running shoe size. And keep in mind these have a narrow fit in the forefoot, so if you are the wider feet type - stay away from this shoe. Now the benefits. Adios boost 3 feels lightweight, fast and responsive, they mean business. These shoes feel lighter than their actual weight. Now this is highly subjective, but the coral/black scheme looks fabulous in reality and added the contrasting faux suede details, and the overall retro look - they simply stand out, they shine (even though I was skeptical, when the shoes arrived I fell in love with the look; even my wife admitted they look "fresh", and she simply hates how all boosts look). I did one 15k in them and despite the considerable tightness in the forefoot caused by the improper sizing, I didn't have major pain neither blisters or hotspots and my legs felt OK post-run. Once they brake-in, fitting should only get better. This is a race flat, so it's not exactly comfortable, ride is stiff, but obviously they deliver proper cushioning and in the end your feet are protected. Road feedback is on point, support is fine for a neutral shoe, heelcups feel loose, but in a non-distractive way. I see adios boost 3 easily supporting a half-marathon, however not a full marathon, unless you are a light, pro racer with a highly efficient running style. Manage your expectations, don't expect energy return nor great comfort, most importantly SIZE UP and you will be rewarded with a light and fast shoe suitable both for everyday training rotation and raceday.