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The re-issue of the style is what first attracted me with what seemed to be a shoe manufactured off the original last I purchased online without seing in the flesh & am delighted with the quality of the shoes. Wholeheartedly recommend.
Although they are slightly narrower than I would have liked, these shoes are crazy comfortable and super lightweight. For the issue with the width I simply loosened the laces and dont tie them as tightly and now they fit like a glove. Can't wait to get full use of them next summer! Highly recommended.
Bought these as a pair with the Zx Flux,as a 'Winter' pair. Undoubtably they're cool,as they're Adidas,but I thought they were a bit thin to be a seasonal pair of shoes. Sent them back with no trouble,as usual.
I was a little worried that the actual superstar would not match with the pictures from the site, but thankfully it was a match. I just love these baby. Looks soo good...and got it at a discount too. only complain is that the upper is a bit thick so my lace on my right foot runs short (using the last holes). It's a bit narrow so i would suggest to get half a size bigger to a size bigger depending on how u like your fit (snug vs. loose). Overall, I'm very happy with the buy so I definitely recommend this for any Superstar fans
The shoes look great and fit well, but they squeak and creak like crazy. It's embarrassing to wear them out. They look awesome but I just got them so I'm hoping the noises will go away... otherwise I will have to return them for something else. I'm really hoping they go away though because otherwise they look great and are comfortable. Anyone else have the same problem?
My Nite Joggers are a classic, simple, white sneaker - good for blue jeans days and wet mornings. There's some heads out there who have a lot of hate for a white, bright trainer - trainers that could be confused for a pair of footy boots, really - but I don't mind. I like that they're bright and garish. With big ugly orange stripes and glow in the dark back of the heel detailing. They're ugly/beautiful. Much like life. I wear them all the time and happily on wet dank turning to winter London grey days and feel chipper as I go about my business.
These shoes are excellent! Many people have commented on how great these look. They are great for everyday wear and fantastic for athletic performance. By far, the comfiest shoes I have ever worn. I already own another 2 pairs of the cosmic boost but these are that little bit more special.
I bought these shoes about 5 months ago and they have been really good. I work on my feet all day running back and forth (I'm a valet) and they are really comfortable! My only complaint with them is they have already developed a hole on the tops of them where the mesh material connects to the toe. I work about 50 hours a week or more.
Last year, I copped a pair of D Rose 5 Chicago Ice, first woven version, and it was great. The design is simple and clean. Comfort, amazing. I went 10.5 though my feet are 10. Then last week, checked a pair of Lillard 1 on one of adidas' outlet stores here, outlet or factory stores are fine by the way, tried and compared Lillard's Made in March and Weber State sizes 10 and 10.5, then came into conclusion that I'll go with size 10 on Lillard's. Now that the Ballin Deads are here, I'll skip Drose 6 for the time being because Im waiting, if ever, for the Chicago Ice version of Drose 6, I'll surely buy Lillard's Halloween shoes next week because they are super dope! Great concept, you all at adidas. Keep it up.
These shoes offer a sort of compromise: they offer the bouncy ride of Boost foam in the forefoot with a supportive EVA-like foam midsole through the heel. Boost foam is essentially like wearing a synthetic running track on your foot--bouncy, soft. The problem with Boost, however, is that is can amplify natural tendencies in your gate: if you overpronate or underpronate it'll tend to give way in that direction; the offset of this is the incredibly soft springy ride you get. I say it's a fine trade-off if you can keep your mechanics in check. As mentioned, these shoes also offer a much more supportive non-boost foam through the arch and heel, and so provide a half-Boost shoe for people who want more support but also the Boost... well, boost. That said, these shoes are for running: going back to front not side to side. The heel is high enough, and the boost foam so supple, that you have a chance of rolling an ankle if you are trying to do any kind of intense lateral movement in them. The bottom of the sole is a gel-y but tough rubber to keep your footing stable even if the Boost foam condenses during soft turns. The upper fits like a sock as the product description and others mention. It happens to fit me so well that the laces are essentially cosmetic but this is just chance in my case and being able to cinch the fit with the laces to get the perfect tension is there for those who need it. The booty is a two ply knit, air flows through it nicely. A great runner for intermediate-or-better (or naturally neutral) runners or as an unsurpassable casual shoe for anybody. Also, I think they look great. Tasteful tech. (n.b. I wear anywhere from a 9-10US in Adidas, almost exclusively a 9.5US in runners, as I like them to be suitably roomy for foot splay and mild swelling. I have a fairly though not extremely wide foot. These fit me well as a 9.5US, just as my other Adidas running shoes.)
I'm a college student and athlete and I'm always on my feet. Whether it's walking to class, working out in the gym, or going for a run, these shoes are great. I especially love running in them, It just feels incredible. They shipped really quick, which I love! I wear size 12 in other brands and 12 fit really well for me with these, so stay true to size. If you're thinking about buying them, do it! These shoes are well worth it in my opinion. The material of the shoe is very high quality and I don't think you'll be disappointed. They are durable and dirt doesn't really show on the shoe too much. I got the all black version and they look great with anything. Over all, Adidas did something amazing when they made these.
I picked these shoes up for just $55.99. This was a steal consider they were a $100. These shoes are great for running and they simply feel great. This is the most comfortable shoes I have ever worn. I use these shoes for track and they are great for that. So all in all I recommend this shoe very much and you won't regret buying them
I've been looking at these shoes in all white for a really long time now, both for exercising and for style. I finally got them and they're amazing! My shoe size varies between 9 and 10 womens, so I got a 9 1/2 and they fit PERFECTLY. When I work out, they give me such an amazing boost (I use them for both running and cross training.) They offer a lot of support. Plus I get tons of compliments on them which is a bonus. I strongly recommend!
Needed to replace another pair of running shoes that I normally wear for running on concrete. (I had a pair of the original cc rides that were my favorites, but they started to tear apart after so many miles). I saw these Energy Bounce shoes at the Adidas outlet in Las Vegas a couple of months ago and they had a great sale on (an extra 30% off already discounted merchandise), so I happily grabbed a pair before I flew back home. Very comfortable and I love running in these shoes. They look MUCH heavier than they are, have great cushion on concrete and the "bounce" technology does a good job returning energy to your strides. I was pleasantly surprised the first time I ran in these. They don't look fancy, but I'm glad I got a pair because they're my go-to running shoes now!
For my first Adidas shoe, I really like it. They are comfortable but they take a couple days to break in. Other than that very great shoe. The materials feel very nice on my foot and I like how even though it has laces, I can still slip on the shoe easily. I may even buy another pair of Tubulars in the future.
These are surprisingly comfortable and great every day walk-around shoes. They fit like a glove - I ordered the same size as all my other Boost running shoes. Once you see that shade of orange under artificial light you understand where the name comes from.
Seriously, these things run big. I normally wear a 10.5 US and have a wide foot. The width was fine, but I was swimming in a 10.5. Most people say to size down a half in these. This is true, and it's closer to a full size than TTS. The midsole is stiffer than expected, but probably requires breaking in. Neoprene upper feels sort of like a Nike Presto... very socklike. I imagine this shoe is quite comfortable if sized appropriately. Construction leaves a little to be desired in terms of adhesion and stitching, but maybe I'm nitpicking. Also, the paneling on the neoprene looks like it will rub off with normal wear, but that remains to be seen. Charcoal/Gray is good looking. I'm giving it 4 stars, but I'm pretty happy considering the 54.99 pricetag.
Upon receiving this shoe in the mail and unboxing it, the shoe's claim to fame was proven: It is very light. To summarize the shoe's performance, the traction on the shoe is rather decent (occasionally picking up dust, needing to be wiped every 15 minutes) , but unfit for outdoor use and unsustainable for long-time wear. The shoe's conformation to the foot is one of the shoe's best features as it helps to create an almost sock-like feel. The Boost in the heel has a very good feel when landing, but is not countered by the forefoot cushioning as Adidas continues to disappoint with its Adiprene cushioning. I would suggest implementing the Boost throughout the whole plantar region of the shoe providing a fully functional cushioning system that allows no room for complaint. To me, the sizing feels true-to-fit and pleasurable.
Just got this as a team shoe, and going from the clutch fit drives to this is a huge difference. Not so comfortable and they run a half size big, can't get these to squeak much either, however they do have some nice bounce to them l, and the heel and lock down support are A1
First time I bought shoes online that are that amazing. I was rather sceptical about them but this shoes are really great. They have enough space in toebox, even for my quite wide feet, after 3 runs, great, you don't really feel them on your feet, for me that's the thing. Just Great!
The Tubular Runners are 1/2 a size too big lengthways. The sole i would recommend possibly changing colours, just because it gets really dirty really quickly. But other than that, great shoe, really comfortable and am looking forward to my next pair.
A wonderful pair of basketball shoes! Very light and looking great, they are a bit narrow though even for my slim feet. D-Rose is one of my favourite players, hope he will be back on the court soon and stay fit for the rest of his career!
Ordered a pair of the white and a pair of the black, the white were perfect, the black were full of glue marks and other marks to the suede. These shoes are very comfortable, but they do come up a little bit small. If you go half a size up, you should be OK.
Super comfortable running shoe and nice to look at. I chose the black/black. A nice subtle look for the fall and winter months. Very comfortable from the first time wearing and light weight. I receive compliments whenever I wear them. I'm happy I bought the adidas bounce running shoes.
I purchased these shoes for running. I just finished the C25K and needed a good looking, light shoe to make it easier to move on to the 10K app and this shoe is it!! I purchased the all black pair and absolutely love them, super lightweight and look good even when I'm not running. Buy them, you will not regret it.