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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.
The last 2 years i have been regularily training and running in half marathons. I have found these shoes to be excellent from the get go. For a runner weighting 100kg I find these shoes make me feel light and energenic
These shoes look great and work well for the gym. Not every shoe is good for both inside the gym and outside on the track. I have to watch for shoes that will not turn an ankle and these shoes fit the bill! Adidas shoes last well and fit very wide feet. I don't mind spending more for Adidas shoes because I know they will fit, do the job and last!
Simply a perfect fit and an anatomically correct sole. Finally, a shoe company who doesn't think it can replace millions of years of evolution of the human suspension system with a few millimetres of man made foam !
The Adios are for mid-foot strikers. That's the healthy and natural way to run. Heel-strikers need a lot of cushioning, cause they're running the wrong way - jump on your heels, bare foot, and you'll understand what I say. So, the Adios boost might be a bit softer in the heel, but is still very firm and responsive in the mid and forefoot, so, still an amazing shoe. Adidas is number one - though not on the availability of the products, but they might have been surprised by their own succes....
I got these speedwraps for my first son after he wore me down begging me to get him what I thought was yet another sport accessory. He said Drose wear and has the exact same product in his sport bag and that they work in preventing him from further ankle injuries. I thought we should give them a look. They have been great in minimizing and preventing sprain ankles and other foot injuries. Unlike other ankle wraps, he likes the adidas speed wraps so much he wears them without me having to remind him to do so. We just got a second pair for my other athlete son.
I am using adidas shoes from past 10 years and this is one of best shoes I have ever used. its very comfortable and doesnt pain your feet. More I wear the more I am liking this product. the thing I didnt like too much is its color, it extremely blue in colour than I thought.
Absolutely the best running shoes I have ever owned. Light, fast and responsive with just enough cushioning for longer runs. Only drawbacks are slightly too small sizing (as normal with adidas) and laces are a bit too snazzy for my liking. Usually adidas include another less conspicuous pair but not in this instance sadly. Great running shoes tho, highly recommended.
I am a huge Adidas fan. Love the Boost and Adios line. Been training and racing with them for about 5 years now. I ran the San Diego Marathon on 31May15. My right foot began to hurt about mile 10 or so. (I am a mid-foot striker). I am not sure if it was anything I did but the pain left after about 2-3 miles. About 17 or 18 the pain was much worse but this time in my left foot. The pain forced me to walk and jog and I was done. I completed the race way slower then I anticipated. I want to say the shoe was great up to a Half-Marathon distance. I don't think there is enough cushion and support for a marathon. I will stick to the Boston Boost. Anyone else have similar problems? I am 49 yoa. I do 1-2 marathons a year. I train all the time and have a 3:07:11 PR for the 26.2 haul.
I've used the original adios and every version since. Fantastic shoes, I just wish the toe box was a little wider on the latest incarnation, as the mesh can be quite abrasive on the pinky toe. Would love it if there were more customisation options for sizing again.
I have been running in Adidas adizero shoes for several years now, and have been very satisfied with the fit and feel. I wanted to touch on the color of the Adizero Boost 2.0 listed as "Mid grey/flash red/flash green", as this was a major problem for me. On the website, the shoe is shown as gray with a red stripe and a green bottom. To me, that is great, however, when the shoes arrived, they were both gray, but one had a red stripe and green bottom like that pictured, but the other had a green stripe with a red bottom. I thought this was a mistake at first, called Adidas, and returned the shoe after they also thought this was a mistake (two shoes that don't really match). I re-ordered the same shoe, and to little surprise, it was still mismatched. I am attaching pictures to show what I mean. After carefully looking at the website, it is very clear that only the left shoe is shown with the green bottom. I am very disappointed in Adidas for not making this clear on their site or to their customer service reps and will be returning these again, as I really dislike the mis-matched look.
Having owned several pair of energy boosts I wanted so etching a little quicker. This shoe certainly helped me !!! They are so comfy , have great grip and dry quickly, it's no wonder why this shoe is so popular in the racing world. As someone who has really got into racing this trainer has really helped me to improve my game!
I have put a lot of miles on the original Adios Boost shoes since they first appeared in the stores, training for, and running marathons, and other distances. They are my favorite of all brands I've tried, so far, without question. I recently bought, and use the 2.0, with great satisfaction. My only negative issue is that the black sole material is too thin, (roughly 1/16th"), on the heel. It wears down quickly when continually running on pavement. I make a conscious effort not to heel-strike, and I'm fairly light in my stride, yet the outside edge of the heel is significantly worn compared with the rest of the heel after less that a hundred miles. Uneven wear can be problematic, and while the shoe itself may have many more miles available, this wear pattern undermines the durability under fairly normal use, and renders this excellent shoe redundant far too soon, in my opinion.
This is literally a unique shirt. As Adidas says no two of these shirts are alike. There are only a few “crease or paint job issues” but it’s not a production defect but part of the design. It’s like buying distressed jeans and then complaining about torn patches! After reading the reviews, I opted to go one size down. I’m usually a Large but got a Medium and it fits well. So you may want to go down a size because it is pretty loose. As it is customary with adizero tennis line, the design is a bold and beautiful one. You’d get compliments from people. Whoever came up with this motif should get a raise! If I want to be picky, I’d say I’m not crazy about the fabric they used. It’s a strange kind of fabric which I haven’t seen in any other Adidas shirt. The fabric used in Barricade climachill Tee is much softer, lighter, and a bit stretchy too. All in all, it’s a cool looking shirt and I will get another one too.
I read a lot of review before getting this shoe and most people said one should get half a size higher than their regular size to have a loose fitting. I actually bought my normal size (10) and it just sits in perfectly. It feels tight at first but it grows to mold into your feet. I do think if your feet is narrow you don't need half a size up, but if your feet is wide you may need the half size up. I didn't get the half a size up and this shoe is doing its job just fine.
My last running shoes was bought 3 years ago and they did very well lasting this far. the new boost shoes are very surprisingly comfortable. Running doesn't seem very rough as it was with the old ones. even though I primarily use it in the gym I would say it should provide good comfort on the road.
I've run a few fast workouts of about 7 miles each in these and couldn't be happier. I'm a huge fan of Adidas and their Boost shoes. For road running I only wear Boost shoes and have several pairs across a few models. I have narrow feet and these are one of the few shoe companies that fit my foot profile and the Boost technology really let's me just go and go. Highly recommended.
Very light and helps your foot do its natural work without over support, no joint or leg shock and great rebound. Last year I competed in 5 half marathons and 2 full at age 61 and this is the best shoe yet - helped me get a first and 2 seconds in my age group in major west coast events.
I needed a lightweight shoe that is breathable plus have great cushioning, and this shoe nail it. Really prefer this over competitor's 'free' series. I didn't give it 5 stars due to the size can be tricky. I got my usual 10.5 and it is snug, but after wearing it for a week, will break in.
The perfect running shoe: so light you almost feel barefoot. Continental rubber gives amazing traction. Boost is the best impact absorption material PERIOD. The shoe gets more comfortable to more often you run in it, as the insole forms to your foot. I like the lower heel to toe drop as well. Overall a better running stride for me, plus much better stability when doing high speed and intensity drills like 100s etc. Honestly my favorite purchase of any athletic product ever! You will love this shoe!!
Apparently I have a tall foot. The sides of the upper barely reach up to the edges of the tongue, so the space along the top of my foot, where the laces are, doesn't pull together far enough to be totally comfortable. the shoe length and width are fine, but the "height" is not. otherwise the shoe is great; light, speedie. I don't get an amazing "boost" feel, but maybe my 210 lbs is too much.
I have owned every Adios version and colour since tthe begining which was the yellow and black worn by Halie Gebrselassie............this latest shoe has all the ingredients of being the ultimate runners dream flat. Adidas have nailed it with this latest iiretation of the Adios. Old meets new. Amazing fit, down to the new shoe laces which have an elastic feel. The boost just tops it all of. Please Adidas don't change this shoe. You have got the right formulation now. All we need are more colours. "Immosibble is nothing" in the new Adidas Adizero Adios Boost 2. Expect to break your PB's I have...
I just finished my first 10-mile CRIM following about 12 miles of break-in on these shoes. I ordered a half-size above dress-shoe size, as recommended, but the fit is still quite snug, making them a little tricky to get my wider feet into. Bottom Line; during the 10-mile race, I never even noticed that I had shoes on my feet. I have zero frontal shin pain as I've experienced with other shoes. No foot pain whatsoever. These are perfect for the mid-to-heel striker. Light, cool, a great street-racing shoe. I have found shoe love once again.
I'm a huge fan of the Adios series, having owned each variation over the years. I enjoyed the Boost after getting used to the new springy sole over 30 or so miles. The Boost 2 is more of the same good stuff that was introduce by the Boost. The improvements are that the build quality of the 'pure' Adios line is apparent - gone are the plastics which didn't quite work (and actually dug in to the top of my foot). I did think that the laces wouldn't stay tight as they're smoother than the grippy laces we're used to on this line - i was wrong, they work well. My only issue after 40 miles in these is that they instantly felt small on my foot. I've always worn an 11.5 in every iteration and this time things felt tight - my toes felt like they were right up against the end of the shoe. I thought it could just be the change in design and ran with it. After 3 runs it's slightly better but I clearly need to go up at least half a size. I recently got an end of line pair of Adios 2's and have no issue with the fit at 11.5. Please try them before you buy, or at least consider jumping up a half size.
They are a good pair of shoes to run in. They are really light shoes that made the strain on my legs considerably less. The pair I initially had some stitching that was slightly loose on the left shoe but it didn't impair the actual running. I would recommend you buy a half size up. I normally wear a size 9 for Adidas, but the shoes were slightly smaller on the tips and would hit my toes whenever I took a step.