micoach is all you need to get the results you want.
If you're on a budget and want to get in on the boost action, this is the shoe for you. IMHO This is the second most comfortable shoe I've ever worn. Im talking waking on clouds comfy. Right up there with my AM90's. I highly recommend.
Nice to see Adidas rolling out non-Boost running shoes. I don't personally think Boost is a great material for training, especially for recreational runners. This Bounce material is essentially like a dense EVA foam. It's a bit heavy, but the upper is light, utilising a lot of features seen in adizero shoes (light mesh, tireana 'suede'). The material isn't really bouncy, in fact to get a good energy return from it you'd probably need to put a good amount of weight or pressure on them to activate any of that potential, but unlike Boost they are stable. Great for beginning runners, for sure. I wear 9.5 in Adidas runners, which are a bit big for my foot in general but accommodate foot splay and swelling so I can't say for sure whether these fit exactly as other 9.5 Adidas as I alwats have leeway. They don't fit remarkably different however.
It came time to replace my Nike Free running shoes and I thought that I'd give the Adidas Solar Boosts a try. I average 30-35 miles a month and prefer a light and flexible shoe so the Solar Boost has been a good choice. I've noticed the arch support is not as high as the Free but it's not a big deal for me. I hope to get 300 miles out of these.
This shoe is probably the most comfortable shoe I've ever bought. Comfort is very important because I work in retail and am on my feet nine hours, five days a week. This shoe is worth the money for runners or people who are constantly on their feet.