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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 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.
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 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 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.
Great training shoe, very light for a training shoe and the sole looks very durable, great for races > 1/2 marathon, for shorter races I ran in the adios 1, Also great shoe. Love the boost in the running flats not so much on the others, too much of it tends to feel to musshy.
So far the adizero Boston 5 suits my running style without any adverse symptoms with feet and legs. It offers a little more support and cushioning than the adios while still maintaining a light weight for racing. The base is more durable than the adios and should cope well with track and road surfaces. I have run in many models from the Glide 6 to Boost 2.0 and if you are seeking to try a more minimalist model then I would recommend giving the Boston 5 a try. I'm estimating they will last well and should get over 700km with my style of running although I will save them for the next marathon and purchase another pair to train in.
I wasn't a lover of the first boost shoe but so far these feel excellent. Its a snug but very comfortable fit. I've done a couple of long runs with a few parkrun's thrown in and I'm very happy with the cushioning but they also feel very responsive. With it being a light shoe I am planning to use it for racing along with the Adidas Adizero Boost that i own. Poor delivery from UPS sent out for disptach but not delivered :(
I have bought the last three versions of the Adidas Boston, and they are generally my favorite shoe, however, when I received the 5s I was a little disappointed. The material seems to be cheaper than the last two versions, and for some reason the sizing is longer and narrower on my 5s. Also, I found that they aren't as responsive as my previous pairs...feels like I'm running on sand. Overall I uaully love the Bostons... Just not the 5s. On the plus, the colours are great this year and they look stylish.
I have started to use these trainers as I am planning a run from Reading to Maidenhead I needed something relatively light and comfortable. I have been running on these now for almost two weeks and find them easy going I would certainly recommend.
well, I really, really, I like 'em. What else is there to say.the top is so light you feel like you are running bare foot. the bottom is elastic and very supportive. I got them as a replacement for the same I already have, although the one's I have are still fine after 6 months of haevy use. The thing with adidas is that they change the shapes and widths of their products so often, so much so that by the time you need replacements you realise that your type is discontinued. I will definitelly get a second resrve pair if they ever go on sale. Super shoes!
I own both the supernova glide 6, and the adios boost 1. So was stoked to finally complete the neutral set with the boston 5. I chose to go with a half-size up from my size for the adios and glide, and I have to say I'm happy I did. This shoe does run slightly small. It is also quite narrow. I have a reasonably narrow foot however, and the ride on this shoe is incredible (i wanted something that sat pretty much right in between the glide and adios in terms of cushioning and responsiveness). I've been using it for everything from a 4km time trial to a 90 min trail run (though the grip isn't that suitable for anything other than the driest of trails), and I am loving the boston 5! BUT! What have you done with this toe-box Adidas? It's swede, and as such makes little folds inwards instead of sitting nice and uniformly, which can press a little uncomfortably into your big toes. I don't notice it while running, and hopefully the material will soften as I continue to break the shoes in, but please Adidas, I love this shoe. Take the end of the toe-box from the glide, stick it on future models, and you could be on to a winner.
I had to buy a half size larger like the Glide Boost I'm wearing now. The Glide Boost is more cushioned but the Boston Boost is much lighter. I'm training for a full marathon so the light weight would be an asset. The Boston fit like the Glide, more comfortable and cushioned than another major brand I've switched from. Also Adidas seems to have narrower toe box which is ok for me since I have narrow feet.
I've raced in all generations of the boston from 5k to Marathon and take the Boston 5 to the world masters this year with confidence. its light and fast with just enough protection when form goes out the window in the last 10k of a Marathon.