Fit is for me a little snug so I had a uk 9.5 instead of my usual 9, the cushioning is fantastic especially on the heel , the midsole is plush and definitely springy . The shoes are very comfortable and very well ventilated. A negative is the poor finishing of the tongue at the sides, not what I'm used to with Adidas
The shoes are extremely comfy and have good ankle support. The only problem is that you should never use these for outdoor playing, the sole is not very durable. It is just a shame that these could have been the jwall 3.
I like the product as the size fits me perfectly this is the second pair of ultra boost training shoes I have purchased and they are far and away the most comfortable training shoes I have ever purchased, the fact that I got them forty pounds cheaper in the sale made it even better
I bought these shoes for marathon training and I am now on my second pair. They are the perfect balance of comfort for longer runs, combined with speed. I also now need only one shoe for training and racing! Brilliant.
These started to fall apart almost immediately. Everywhere I walk around the house there are little blue pegs behind me like breadcrumbs. Sadly they would be the best slides I ever had if not but for how quickly they have fallen apart. I was going to clean them before submitting the pick but thought for the sake of authenticity - regarding the fact that I have only worn them in the house and getting the mail - hence the grass - this is what I would consider "light use"...
I would love to give these a rave review, but can't. My previous pair was (up till then) my only disappointing adidas running shoe purchase. Those ones (a version of ultra boost, can't remember which) had a kind of hard rubber across the toes which hurt my feet. Eventually I took them back to adidas in Doncaster, Melbourne where they agreed to credit them towards the cost of a pair of ultra st. Those felt comfortable in the shop, but when I ran in them they pinched me across the foot in the little toe region. So despite being hitherto one hundred percent adidas brand loyal, I may have to consider another brand as I have come out of this out of pocket.
I finally worn out my second pair of supernova 7's and fancied an upgrade to the new supernova 9. Felt fine when I tried them on, but after a few miles running in them, I was feeling a discomfort under both my feet arches. Whilst there is huge amounts of cushioning, this was far too soft and resulted in my foot hitting the harder mid cushioning layer. felt like stepping on a stone every time I ran. I cannot run in these shoes, they are too painful. the old supernovas were great - i would recommend them to any neutral runner. the newest design is oh so terrible. £100 wasted.
I've been having lots of problems with basketball shoes lately (support, traction, comfort, style, etc) and these shoes FIX THEM ALL. Best shoe purchase ever. One caveat: half sizes stop at 11.5. I really, really want a 12.5, because the 12 is just too small, causing me some pain, and 13 is simply too big. Who agrees, 12.5 is needed?
Ordered a 10.5 but was really tight so returned with no problems. Ordering an 11 and expect them to be perfect. Looked very very well made of high quality materials. Gutted I have to wait again for the new pair.
It does the job making powerlifting, especially squatting, more comfortable. Having a stable platform is beneficial for almost any weightlifting exercise. Just don't try running in these. The size was a bit too small, since I always wear 42EU but these were just a bit too short in length. You may consider ordering 1/2 size larger than what you normally wear, but take note that these shoes are supposed to be tight.
This is a terrible update of my favorite trainer. It is basically a completely different shoe from the Glide 8. The new version feels clunky. They added about a half inch of stack height to the shoe for some reason. The tongue is ridiculously long and does not stay in place. It slides way over to the inside of the shoe. I went through 9 pairs of the Glide over the past three years and loved them. Now Adidas doesn't have a normal daily trainer in their lineup, so unfortunately I will have to look at other brands.
I really like these, I prefer my shoes to be really "grippy". They perfectly fitted my form of running and gave me really unexpected stability. Wish I had a pair myself. They are indeed the best I ever tried.
I'm a die hard Nike fanatic, ever since I had started to use them I was hooked. Bought every kobe for the last couple of years . But I have noticed a serious decline in quality In the sneakers. I saw these a couple of months back and I love A Wigg so I picked them up as a novelty and as a get my feet wet experience with boost. It was the first time I played in an adidas shoe since the standard was using adiprene coushioning which I hated. May I say not only did this shoe beat all expectations and all of the good stuff I read on it but it made me a adidas costumer for life!!!!! Wow like what can I even say about this shoe that the add does not say . I have never had a more responsive , cushioned , form fitting , super comfortable shoe in my life! I will admit the aesthetics of the shoe are a bit....rustic but asides from the looks this bad boy is a hog . They were so great I bought my older father a pair; oh and he loves them too calls them the best shoe he's ever owned . This blows Nike out of the water and it absolutely crushed all the zoom units I once knew and loved , absolutely destroys any and all flyknit kicks and even tops my kobe 10; adidas, basketball shoes , you are doing it right. These are out of this world .
Previous models (pre-bounce) of Adizero Adios were my favorite running shoes for years (I still wear my old ones). I tried these, but they didn't feel as snug, comfortable and fast as the old ones. Something was off in where the arch sits too. Switched to Boston 6, which are great, if a little thicker in the sole. These, however, may suit others better, so I still reccommend.
These are just so very comfortable. My go-to running sneakers for several years was the Adizero Adios. I don't care for the new boost model of that shoe; something changed in the feel and support. Although these sit a little higher, they are my current fav; have 2 pair (and bought 2 more for family members). I'm not sure how the quality will play out. On my Adios, the mesh top eventually got holes, although it took a while. Will be curious to see how long the bounce sole has bounce.
one of the best shoes for lifting, the only minus point here for me is the toes part, its not really comfortable, kinda narrow there, this make u need to fix your size up to about 1/2. except this trait, the others are perfect. nothing to complain, and ofc its much nicer and better than pwl 2.0. Another one is the actual is nicer than the shoes in online picture. they are good shoes with this price for me.
Brilliantly stable, sticky and solid. Squats felt horrific at first as the improved posture meant I activated new muscles! But with a bit of coaching (recommend to speak to someone who has used them beforehand and get some tips), they felt great. More stable and more powerful than ever with better form, explosiveness and form. They aren't the prettiest, but do just as good a job for a beginner/intermediate as a £150+ pair would. Would definitely buy again!
Yes the shoe is among the best, even at this price point. Great traction. Ankle support is there without being too restrictive. Full length boost with decent court feel. But I have a HUGE gripe: I cannot get proper lock down with the Xeno upper because the laces do not grip the material. I tighten the laces and shoe immediately goes loose when released to go to the next eyelets instead of staying tight. It's very frustrating because the shoe is already on the bulky side, as a result there's movement in the toe box and mid foot. Extremely disappointed in the purchase. If you plan on playing aggressively, skip the xeno and get the primeknit...or you'll need another set of hands to lace up.