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I bought my pair of Ultra Boost back in April and now have over 300 miles on them. The shoes have far exceed expectations. I have been running exclusively in adidas boost products for over two years now. When these were coming out for release I was a little bit skeptical mainly due to the price. I got to run a couple of test miles in a pair of ultras and quickly realized it was the real deal shoe. The upper knit is super comfortable and makes for a breathable design on any run. The extra boost material give a comfortable landing on every step. One thing with a boost product is that you can run in the shoe day after day without reduction in the performance of the midsole. The rubber flex sole is a draw back but after three hundred miles the sole has seen a reduction in the rubber knobs but the sole is still in tact. I am thinking that I can get to 800 miles on these shoes. Excited to see what new colors will be coming in 2016. Thanks adidas!!!
Nice looking jacket and fit well. Shoulders are somewhat square-ish, so makes me look buffer than I am. :) That being said, the jacket is really thin and seems pretty cheap. Mine had a few stray threads here and there. There's no liner of any sort and it doesn't breathe well. I wore mine just around town and took it off often because I got too hot. Not looking forward to actually running in it. I got mine (blue) on sale and paid $42 (rather than $60). Even for that price, it still seems like it's not worth it. It does go well with my Dodgers hat, but so far we're 0-1 while I'm wearing it. Maybe it's Mets blue rather than Dodger blue. :D
I am not an athletic person, I do try to keep fit. These are my first Boost series shoes and I am never going back to anything else. The fit is fantastic, the grip on the road perfect, the feedback you get on your sole is surprising.
I was on the look for something to keep the legs warm on the coming cold rides and this was a great addition to my bike gear. Although designed for running they slip right under a rain pant and remain breathable. Ankle zips are the best feature!
Really in love with the design and color scheme. These are really comfortable and have a certain mystique because it looks great for casual or for running purposes. I am starting to dig the boost technology. Hire me Adidas? Would love to work at adidas
I run two marathons per year, one in the spring and one in the fall each year. My shoe is the adios. That shoe was moved to boost technology. I purchased my first pair in early 2014, orange and silver, started experiencing slight knee discomfort after my first run, but I thought it was a running technique issue. I raced one marathon in those shoes. Purchased a second, same issue although not as bad. My current pair, purchased in Feb 2015, have caused even more knee discomfort. I wish there was an adios option without boost technology. Otherwise, I'm afraid I am going to move to another shoe maker. I would like to avoid because all my running apparel (running shorts, short and long-sleeve running shirts, socks, pants, jackets, gloves, beanies) are also adidas.
My son started wearing these in early April 2015 and has averaged running about 25 to 30 miles a week since then. After six months the tread wear is pretty even but it is time to replace them. The continental tread is pretty tough and no issues with the upper portion. He races in spikes though. My brother-in-law who is a college cross country coach recommends getting two pairs of training shoes to alternate. Pretty expensive when I have 4 boys and 2 are already involved in XC. However, injuries could prove more expensive.
I use them to referee soccer games. I have used them on wet & dry field turf, also on dry grass. If you are looking for a minimalist upper with a flexible sole, these are great. They are cushy when up on your toes sprinting and cushy for heel strikes. I've put about 60 miles on them with no discernible wear and less knee pain then my previous Nike shoes. Would love to see the "boost" used in a Samba-like shoe to play soccer in.
The shoes are great they fit perfectly and the style is flawless. I don't like how on my right shoe i can be standing, and no matter how I tie, adjust of modify my foot in the shoe, my foot always shifts and it becomes a bit uncomfortable. but other than that, it is a pretty amazing shoe. Great feel and resistance
I love this hoodie: it's extremely comfortable, looks great and very warm. I especially love the thumbholes on the sleeves which helps cover my hands and wrist. I would recommend this as an essential bit of kit for your runs when it comes the harsh winter months.
Runners' World got it right when they named the Supernova Glide Boost 6 as editors pick last year!! The Glide 7 just continues the tradition!! Great shoe of all my workouts, including long runs, tempo sessions and hill reps! Mile after mile, they just keeps propelling my feet forward!!
When I first threw the shoe on it was a little tight on my forefoot but I have fat feet so I wasn't too worried about it. Once I was on the trails I didn't notice the width at all. I took the Raven out to the Appalachian Trail in North Georgia and the shoes performed beautifully! Even during a heavy rainstorm I never doubted my foot placement. There was one section of the trail where I had to cross a large, open, expense of off-camber rock and the shoe didn't slip at all. Definitely worth a go in this bad boy. I don't know if anyone reading this has run in other boosted shoes but it almost felt like having the cushion of an Ultra Boost in the heel and the responsiveness of the Boston Boost in the forefoot... sorry I'm kind of a running geek.
I think these are great running trainers for winter, or even just to move around. The sole is incredibly soft and you feel like you are walking on wool. I have worn them in this relatively warm weather and it might keep you feet a bit too warm but for winter time they are perfect.
Great pair of trainers. As someone who has flat feet I have been buying the supernova sequence for years as they are the best shoes at supporting my almost non existent arches. Although these seem to be harder at first, when you start wearing them in there is a definite boost to the spring in your step and they are very comfortable trainers. Highly recommended.
My title pretty much sums it up. First, the good: This has to be one of the most comfortable shoes I've ever worn. Appearance is great; Fit is great (I wear 9.5, but went with a half size up and don't regret it). The "sock-like" weave fit is so comfortable, and the boost material really seems second to none. Here's the MAJOR problem: the outer most sole wears faster than any other shoe I've ever owned. I'm generally a fast walker and occasional light jogger. The "nubs" are now completely gone and starting to cause very slippery conditions when wet or on slick surfaces, and I've only had these shoes about 6 months. For the life of me, I wanted to give this shoe a 5-star rating, but for $180, you would think "the greatest running shoe ever" would put a quality and revolutionary outer sole that would last? Why not use your Continental rubber soles like on other Adidas shoes? So disappointed, Adidas.
The icon response hoodie is a very comfortable and fits perfectly, keeping me warm but not too hot when I am running, training and just hanging about around the house. The material feels like quality and colour is soothing and fits with my other kit. I have had several people comment on it and ask where I got it from as they fancy getting one as well. All in all a great buy and one of those bits of clothing I just can't stop wearing, so I will be getting another.
I usually wear other brands and recently, I have been appreciating the models from Adidas this year like the tubular and espically the pure boost 2. I love this shoe for casual wear and I constantly get compliments on these. Let's start off with the cushioning. The boost midsole is very soft and shock absorbent yet still retains its shape throughout every step. There is no insole so you are on top of the boost with opened areas or pods of boosting in the heel and midfoot. I wish the pure boost 3 would have opened areas or pods in the forefoot. Next is the upper, durability, and outsole. The outsole is a soft rubber yet I do not see any signs of damage. The boost is soft but fairly durable, I would just be cautious with it. I have worn these four times a week for a month and I see no damage, except for stains. Buy a bleaching pen and bleach the stains on the boost in order to keep them nice and clean for a year. The upper is soft and harder in the heel or added support. The toecap of the pure boost one was removed, which is kind of disappointing. All in all, it's more comfortable than a roshe, which is amazing. It will hold up for a year and you'll love this product!
These shoes are the most comfortable shoes I've ever worn. They do fit a little tight but because of the knit material making it more of a sock feel. I'd recommend going a half size up for more room but overall these shoes are amazing and very stylish as well.
A big fan of how the shoe looks and it gets its fair share of compliments (I wear it casually). It's super light, provides fairly good support, and the mesh cover definitely keeps things cool. A few critiques: The insole moving around is a problem for the first few days but it settles in. A week later, not a problem when putting it on but the insole does still pop when taking the shoe off. I've also found that the lower edge of the shoe (white and red) picks up scuffs pretty easy. They wipe off but kind of annoying. None of this would scare me away from purchasing again.
I tried on a pair at the adidas store. They didn't really have a color way i wanted, saw these online & had to have em. I don't usually wear them with socks but they are easily the most comfortable pair of shoes I own. I'd recommend to anyone from those that run or those that just like the way they look and feel.
This shoes is so comfortable I had to buy it in two colorways. I recently bought some air max 15 prior to buying my first ultra boost in solar red. The boost are way more comfortable to run in than the air max. I recently picked up some ultra boost in a core black colorway when the website had my size available and I have to say, the primeknit material feels a lot different than the primeknkt material on my solar reds. I'm not sure if I got a defective pair but other than that it is still a nice shoe. They also look great so you can wear them with almost anything.
I have the Pure Boost 1.0 and Ultra Boost however I feel that these are the absolute best of the three for being on my feet as much as I do on the day to day. The Boost 1.0's structure wasn't as comfortable so there have been upgrades to the shoe itself but the sole/cushion is equally as comfy. Ultra Boost are great for runs but not as comfortable for your walks around town. Would definitely recommend the Pure Boost 2.0s
I bought these for dancing and they're definitely worth wearing because they're so light and stylish. They look and feel great with any outfit, like gym, training, or casual. I'm 5'11 and I bought a medium if you're wondering too
This shoe is the BOMB for casual wear. Whether you are going out to a party, hanging with friends at the mall, going to school, or anything suited for casual wear. I usually wear different brands but I was so impressed when I put my foot in to these Adidas shoes. Firstly, I would like to start off with the no insole, midsole, and rubber outsole. The shoe has no insole and the foot is exposed to the Boost foam in the heel. In the forefoot, there is something blocking the Boost from the foot. I would like to have some pods where the boost is exposed to the foot in the forefoot in areas like the ball of the foot and the toe, not just in the heel and midfoot. The midsole is very comfortable and the foam is squishy, yet very responsive. The roshe midsole has nothing on the boost midsole. It is so squishy yet but so bouncy, I feel a bounce in every step. The outsole has very soft rubber but is very durable. Lastly, the upper is very supportive in the midfoot and somewhat supportive in the heel but lacks forefoot support. I would like for the upper in the forefoot to be a tiny bit more restrictive and for the toebox in the original to come back. I wouldn't use these for sports an they are very comfortable but lack support. All in all, these are very comfortable and are a must buy! If you can find these on sale you should buy them immediately.
Dad really loved his Duramo 6 that he couldn't help but buy the Duramo 7. They're a great fit for his wide foot and the new look really suits with everyday wear. Most importantly they're light on the feet and are extremely comfortable for his long walks. Great price too! A very happy customer and we'll be back.