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Best pair of shoes I bought in a long while. I work in the film industry and we do alot of walking outdoors. These shoes are perfect on all conditions, love the traction on it when I am working on slippery areas.
I like this shirt. I do. But I don't understand why the 3 stripes on the shoulders have to be so bulky. I actually use this for yoga (not skateboarding) and the weight of the 3 stripes makes the shirt move more than it should. The stripes have also gone a bit wiggly, again because of the fabric choices. Good but not great. I've had adidas shirts before without this issue. The shirt material is nice and does what says it does
This shoe is as solid as it looks....tough in every way. The outer sole is massive and extends a fair bit beyond the heel width of the shoe and will surely provide excellent traction on any type of flat or inclined surface. I've never regretted any ADIDAS purchase and that includes this one!!
I love these spikes. Being a high school pitcher and pitching a lot, these have held up in the toe box area after a full fall, spring and half of this summer. There super light and comfy. I would know after wearing g them 3 hours at a minimum every day.
Flashy and has style.. I am a senior in highschool and I play a mix of tight end and slot receiver. Comfortable and light, feels like nothing is on. Yes a little break in time is needed they do hurt your feet for the first day or two. Besides that these cleats are great. and the price range for the quality is unbeatable.
Out of the box, these look amazing. Even though mine fitted half a size too small, it still felt comfortable. The boost feels springy and the ankle strap gives extra support that is welcome. Returned them for half a size bigger. The grip is also noteworthy.
Brings back a lot of energy while running. The shoe is absolutely comfortabe. It is phantastic to run with it compared with my 5 years old Adidas trail run shoes. I will never change it. Adidas - you did a perfect job!
the grip on this shoe is nuts. when i first got them you could hear them literally peel off the tarmac when you walk. The upper is soft and flexible as well as the ankle sleeve. the boost foam is as good as it always is. the best thing though is that it seems Adidas have finally gone with a more neutral colour-way. very comfortable and stable shoe.
I am really pleased with these training pants. Good fit, very comfortable and something quite classy about the colour. I am so impressed i will buy another pair to use when the others are in the wash.
They're snug, but keep the bits from bouncing too much. No butt-crack-oriented sweat marks (come off it; it happens to everyone and you know it); and for those of us who refuse to wear a silly looking iPod armband, the pockets zip well; so you needn't worry about your keys/phone/ipod/whatever bouncing out. Also, they're not bad on a day where it's cold out. Above all, they look good and fit comfortably. I'd recommend them.
Congratulations Adidas, you have got this one bang on! These shoes are fantastic for a trail runner or even for any type of runner. I have previously used Salomon Speedcross 3's and have found them rigid and uncomfortable. I have been waiting for Adidas to create an Energy Boost Trail runner version and with these, i find them perfect and there were no such problems as with the Salomon's. I have used them for several weeks now and they are the most comfortable trail runners i have ever used. A wide base gives stability for my particularly wide and spade-like feet. The Energy Boost midsole and heel makes everything fantastically comfortable when on the flat, but is not wasted on the forefoot and leaves it free to be rigid for uphill climbs. The lacing system is unique and fits my giant spades in perfectly superb fashion! It combines a seatbelt material lacing system with the upper to wrap around my feet very comfortably which only enhances the feeling of stability and control. The upper is firm enough to keep your feet secure, but flexible enough to allow for suitable movement that running on trails requires. I cannot rave about these shoes enough! I would definitely recommend these shoes to anyone looking to try something new. If you are looking for a new trail runner with good looks and stunning comfort, look no further!
Great pants. Bad sizing. I have the Condivo 14 and tiro 15 and they're great. I'm 6ft 0in and I wear a medium, which is great fitting, but the waist for the Condivo 16 is tighter and feels straining. It doesn't stretch like the previous editions. I tried going up one size but the legs are too big and the waist is good which isn't good.
Bought these after a month or so of procrastinating! Liked them when they came,but I'm a minimalist & would've preferred all the one colour. For that reason alone they were returned. Comfortable & unusual,I'll be on the lookout for a different colour way.
cons :heavy as it is and a bit too much once it touches water coz of the sponge material used throughout the upper. :the hard layer used above the boost material creates a high pressure area into the arch as the feet naturally flattens. pro :good for a short runs in cold condition on hard / rocky terrain in my opinion :very good at power walks on hard / rocky terrain as i see it
I started 'road' running again after a 35 year break and approaching 60 yrs. My local trails are on and off canal towpaths and my first choice of shoe was a regular Boost trainer. However, I found then too light in the sole for the rough stone paths and the mesh upper too easily soaked by frequent muddy puddles. I turned to the TR Boost, which has a more substantial sole and upper and with better water protection. I am already delighted with this shoe having completed several runs of 8-10 miles and always returning with dry, abrasion free feet.
I bought these for college and for football training and they are really comfortable, durable and warm on these cold morning and nights, they are really nice to look at a and have had a fair amount of people saying that they are really nice with a few people actually buying the same pair. Overall great service and product
I bought these for the regular Park Run course and mixed trails that I do. The grip is excellent, as is the fit (although a little fiddly to get on), the shoes are light and are responsive enough to handle both off-road and road sections. Both slippery wet mud and smooth tarmac are handled well. I agree that a full waterproof lining would complete these shoes, and I hope Adidas will add this for future models (even if it increases weight). Overall I am very happy with these and really look forward to my off-road routes now!
I got half a size larger which fitted well. The trainers look great and feel well made. The Continental sole feels rugged and grippy. Unfortunately the heel at the back sits low and there's a bulge on the inside which makes them feel like your socks have fallen down and bunched up. I tried different socks but the pressing feeling on my heel and back of my foot made them unwearable. Sadly had to return them.
I always buy a size bigger in adidas these shoes are wider in the toe but not that much that you need a smaller size. The styling is a bit unusual with the White heel that sticks out. With the Scottish weather it would be good to have goretex version
I really like these shoes. For reference I'm getting on a bit, I've been running a couple of years and run 5-10k at around 7:15 to 8:30 min/mile. I've also got wide feet and struggle to get shoes that fit properly, so these are a wide fit. I tried these because I was buying new road shoes and the shop had a two for on deal. I've used Brooks Adreneline GTX and Adidas Supernova Riot and Adidas trail shoes which seem more of a general purpose design than these. I tried a few diferent trail shoes in the shop, these felt a bit weird as they feel a bit like a big soft rubber sock. You could feel the tread through sole running on the shop floor. I nearly didn't buy them but I took a punt as I like the grip the continental sole gives on hard wet surfaces. Running in them I'm hardly aware I've got shoes on, and I don't slip about like I would in the brooks. So far I've used them on grass, tarmac gravel and mud but I don't know what they would be like on a rough rocky surface. On my local parkruns winter course (tarmac, gravel and mud) I'm getting my best times in these shoes. So, to summarise, I'm not an expert runner but I find these shoes very comfy and I seem to run faster in them than my other trail shoes.