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I have wider feet and they're amazing. I absolutely love them. I was so afraid to buy them, especially online because I have naturally wide feet but hey came and fit and I didn't even have to adjust the Velcro strap either. Also perfect after a long period of being on your feet. Love them and definitely would recommend to anyone and everyone.
These trainers are the best! I love the fit, the colors are exactly as shown. The feeling of a snugly-fitting sock is amazing - like wearing slippers in the gym. The floating arch is such a nice touch and the feeling is great - your foot is never 'hanging' in the air, it is supported 100% of the time, regardless of the motion you are performing. All in all - my best purchase so far.
Amazingly comfortable. I want to wear these everywhere. One downside is it runs large. I usually wear size 11 shoes and the size 11 of these was about a half size to full size too big. But still amazing.
It's amazingly comfortable. It's like foam but what's better is thereally is also foam /padding on the upper part of the sandal . The part with the adidas logo. A must buy Sizing : my tts is 8.5 so I went with an 8 and fits perfect
I love the look and feel of this shoe and was so excited to try them on the first time. Based on other people's reviews I went a 1/2 size up and ordered a 9 when I'm usually an 8.5. They were WAY too big. Had to return them and now I'm not sure if I should order an 8.5 or go all the way down to an 8.
Not unlike the 360.3 in fit or feel, the Primo is an excellent option to wear around town as well as train. I use this shoe on multidirectional days, as it allows for better transfer of force laterally, due to the minimal drop. However, it does a great job not looking too sporty, so it goes great with casual clothing. I recommend this shoe to anyone looking for a low profile option that allows for solid lateral movement. It's not a soft shoe, but it's not supposed to be. I also get compliments on the snakeskin pattern, so that doesn't hurt.
Normally I rave about adidas. They are my go-to brand for shoes. Every show I own is adidas because they are simply comfortable. I also have a pair of older slides that are wearing out so I looked around and saw these. I figured I give them a shot. I purchased two pairs. One in blue and one in black. It is the worst experience. These nubs hurt!! I was excited to get them so I wore them to the supermarket. I was in total pain for 40 minutes. My legs began to feel numb. I couldn't wait to get to the car. I read reviews that said wear socks. So I did, and of course they feel ok. Who's bright idea was it to have nubs? They are not comfortable at all. I'm really disappointed with this purchase and bummed out because I love adidas. I feel let down by the brand. Buyer beware with these.
I got these because i think they look alot more stylish that the traditional ones with the strap and the pop of white with the black sole really sold me. Only thing is if your feet are a little wide wearing these with socks may be uncomfortable.
These are my first pair of dedicated powerlifting shoes. If you're considering lifting in normal shoes (or running shoes like I was) or trying lifting shoes, make no mistake. I'm never going back. The Powerlift 3.0s allow me to get into a squat position thats safer and gives me more strength.
My son plays football and wears a size 16 cleat, so I purchased the size 17 slide and he loves them! He has even a little growing room! Imagine that, thank you Adidas for accommodating even the hardest to find sizes and this slide was even affordable.
AQ4596 (Grey/Multi) looks more navy irl than what's pictured here on the website. The silver toned mesh and iridescent details make these pure Boost X trainers mermaid-esque. My toes get caught on the front seam if I'm not wearing socks.. So I wear socks and that seems to solve the problem, although as a result I am noticing I am beginning to form a habit of actively planting my toes with each step and squat which is important.
These shoes have helped me immensely with my squat depth, which is the primary reason I decided to give them a try. The quality is great, and they're very stable, yet easy to walk around in. I LOVE these shoes.
I got to try these shoes for my lift yesterday and immediately after switching out from my home/running shoes into these I felt the stability of these shoes. Did some cleans and squats and these felt amazing.
The sole of the shoe is made up of many rubber spikes separated by perhaps 2 - 5 mm and are somewhat stiff. Maybe I have tender feet, but after wearing these for only a few minutes they left my feet feeling raw. I have worn them off and on for a few weeks and I guess my feet are toughening up a bit and they are not quite so bad as they were at first. But, I would not purchase them again nor recommend them.
Extremely comfortable. First time I used them I walked from Angel City Brewery in DTLA to the Grand Central Market and back. I absolutely love the shoe. I am usually and 8.5 but I tried on the white and black ones at the store and the 8 fit way better. Ordered the black ones online since they didn't have them in the store. I chose the black ones with the purple/pink ombre at the bottom and they are so dope. Highly recommend these shoes and for the price it is not bad!
I have been looking for a new pair of shoes made specifically for squatting. I have been using flat solved shoes for years and wanted to try the raised heels for high bar and front squats. The Powerlift 3 shoes fit the bill for my needs. I like the slight heel raise and how it affects my squat performance. The shoes are well made and fit well but seem to be a bit narrow in the toes. (I wear size 12d and ordered 12d). I have only used them for one front squat training session thus far, so time will tell as far as shoe longevity is concerned. Still, at this point I am very pleased with the Powerlift 3 shoes. I will likely only use these shoes for high bar squats, front squats and similar exercises.
I ordered these shoes for my mom. She was very excited to get these trendy fashion sneakers for the gym. We had to send them back twice because of the quality. The first pair had one shoe with a rounded tip and the other with a pointed tip. The second pair had a tear/snag on the cloth atop the toe area. Also, BOTH pairs had visible glue around both shoes. it looked very sloppy and cheap. It was unfortunate that the quality was supbar because they were extremely comfortable and the stylish. We are still big Adidas fans and hope they step up the quality control during production/packaging/shipping.
Let me first off say due to the level of design, comfort, and style of these shoes I've bought every available color. Also I've bought a pair for my girlfriend too. I would recommend these shoes to any person looking for a stylish yet still comfortable pair of shoes. Style : The raised texture on the sides of these shoes add depth, thus diminishing any awkward lines that are present if sports shoes. The color selection and availability allow me to have a pair on no matter the attire. The other day I had a business meeting I wore a button up sport coat and dress slacks but with the core black shoes, and it looked great. Easy to where with almost anything. Like today I'll be running the Solar/Gold with black joggers for a relaxed downtown day. Comfort : The bounce series had the perfect mix of cushion and support. What I mean by this is there's some rigidity to the sole while still remaining a soft feel. This paired with the upper made of a breathable but not to "meshy" material combine for a breathable shoe, without hard pinch points. Durability : I am a person who's not afraid to put on my shoes and put some miles on them. For instance the Aramis colorway are my go to running shoe this summer. Indoor or out they perform beyond the level of any other training shoe I have. That being said they've seen their miles. All of the colors wipe up to look brand new with a magic eraser. The tread on the bottom are holding up well for being so comfortable which is hard to find the balance. Price vs Value : Here's where people have to understand both words before I write this section. If I were to lose these shoes or something were to happen to them would I buy them again, of course I would. The price point of $100 isn't that bad in a market filled who shoes coming over $200. Although to own the pack is a chunk of change its well worth the wardrobe wearability. Drawbacks : With all great things there are some negative remarks. With the $100 price point some corners unfortunately do get cut. They can't make this shoe perfect for the retail price of $100 so there is a bit of glue showing from the sole to the upper, but that's expected for this price point. The type of laces that come on the shoe get glossy through the eye holes after a while making it hard to get a good picture if you've worn them as much as I have. (I see it as a drawback some people see it as proof you've really put miles on them.) Overall : For a $100 shoe you can't go wrong. You get more than you honestly pay for. Yes there are a few drawbacks but they're so minor it leaves me with an opinion that these are easily a 9.8/10