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I'm a UK 10, I ordered these in size 11 just to be on the safe side and I can just squeeze into them. The material they are made from has very little give this makes the tongue of the shoe just weird and the back can dig into your heel sometimes, hopefully once they are worn in that will change but when you consider the Shark Flame Shoes are some of the comfiest shoes ever it's a bit disappointing that these Jeremy Scott's don't continue that trend.
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.
I bought the red Adidas Tubular X yesterday at Foot Locker and there so beautiful! Here is a list of personal pros and cons about these sneakers. PROS -They are Adidas, whats not to love about them! Adidas are just amazing. -They are high-tops, my favorite kind of sneakers. Very comfortable, smooth leather on the inside, due to the way the sneaker is made its easy to take off but wont fall of when you have them on. -These sneakers will not crease! Nothing I hate more than wearing shoes and they get an unattractive crease. You wont have to worry about that with these. - They are called sneakers but I consider them boots. When you put these on, you will feel as if your kicks are 5x stronger. There is a powerful presence about these shoes. - You will get good looks from other people, they are eye catchers. CONS -Not really a con, but it is a bit awkward on where to laces after you tie them.I tie my laces then I tuck them but these are different. You can put them behind the "X".
I'm on my feet all day at work. As a result I began to develop lower back pain. I've already been an exclusive Adidas guy and decided to try a pair of Springblades. These are the most comfortable sneakers ever!!! It's been a year since my first pair and I haven't had anymore back problems . I currently own 7 pair. You don't necessarily have to be a runner to enjoy them. I recommend the Springblade Ignite for casual wear for comfort and their good looks...
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
I bought these shoes about a month ago. They are extremely comfortable. I wear them all the time, and they have held up much better than any other non-adidas shoe I have ever worn. They are very good quality, as quality is synonymous with adidas.
Jeremy Scott makes comfortable and stylish kicks and wherever you go your bound to get lots of compliments or stares. They're a bit pricey but very much worth it because they're durable and very creative. This model is a bit easier to keep clean that my first pair of wings. Oh and if you're ever feeling low-key you can always take off the wings. When you lace 'em up without the wings it's like a whole other shoe. With or without the wings this pair is one of a kind. I only wish I had the matching basketball strap bag!
My second time to wear an adi shoe. Well I have to say it has great traction. Also boots is Awesome. However, the forefoot is extremely terrible. No adiprene+. No response. No cushion. I don't suggest big guys choose this one.
Comfortable sneaker, however after owning them for appropriately 2 months now, I have noticed that my right foot has become a little more sore than usual. However, when I rock a different basketball pair the minor pain isn't present afterwards. Keep in mind I am an active athlete when it comes to local basketball leagues. I also play basketball at open gyms 3-5 days a week for 2+ hours. I think this shoe is better as a lifestyle shoe, however if you purchase a pair primarily for basketball, select the crazy light boost 2015. Adidas is STILL my #1 brand though!
Glad to finally have found great Adidas tennis shoes as none are sold in our area! My feet and legs missed them badly. Since I work on my feet I am relieved to have true comfort and support between me and the hard floor!
This show is very nice all around. It has good grip and good material for breathablilty. The one thing I would change is the half connected tongue to the shoe. I do not know what purpose it serves and it gets in the way when you try to tie the shoe. I think it's not necessary and is stupid. In the future I would recommend going with a detached tongue like a normal shoe. It looks better. It doesn't get in the way of laces. The half connected tongue is quiet pointless.
After pulling these shoes out of the box, I fell in love. The Primeknit upper is super soft and breathable. The first time i held them, there was some glue on them but that may have just been mine. Boost is insanely comfortable in the back but not much cushion in the forefoot but enough. What i loved most was the design. With every pair of Adidas kicks I get, the design is usually the downfall but these shoes have it all. I always role with Adidas and I know with these shoes, are by far the best basketball shoes out there, for Adidas. Totally a great buy from my point of view. Hope this helped!
These are the best pair of shoes I have ever hooped in and I have over 65 pairs of basketball shoes. They are cheaper than any other shoe and I now have 7 pairs of them. I would recommend this shoe for anyone looking to buy a new pair of basketball shoes
I play competitive Table Tennis twice a week and the barricade shoe is as good as my previously butterfly energy force shoe. The barricade is slightly heavier than my table tennis shoes but great looking shoe.
Reviews were hyping this shoe up and it fell short for me. I think I'm not heavy enough or not dependent on my heel so I can't really feel or use the boost when I'm jumping for rebounds. However, primeknit is good and so is the heal counter. Pricing is decent though, I got mine on sale and that should be the same for everyone else. Hoping they copy the rose 6's full length boost and everything else relatively the same next year but still keep a reasonable price. Remember to break these in.
Great running shoes, maybe some other sports but not basketball. I do really like those, very comfortable and breathable, while running/ walking. I would only recommend those for the above and not basketball. I would risk hooping in those.
Have been buying Barricades for my child since he was 5 years old. He finds it an ideal balance between comfort and support. It's so well constructed that it still looks new even after he has outgrown them. Best tennis shoe on the market.
They are comfortable when walking around. Unfortunately, there was not enough cushion in the forefoot for me to play basketball in them. The adiprene+ in the forefoot was an improvement from last year's crazy light, BUT still not enough for me personally. The boost in the heel felt great. I would recommend replacing the standard thin insole with a thicker insole. Without a new thicker insole, the forefoot is quite roomy. Additionally, the outsole is not that durable, so I recommend these for indoor basketball only. Since they are still aesthetically pleasing, so I will continue to wear mine casually.
These are a great option if you like the tubular shoe line but prefer something with ankle support. If you've purchased tubulars before you know they aren't the easiest to drive in but these tubulars don't get stuck on pedals at all.
I purchased these for table tennis at my local club. We play on wooden floors. I was previously using running shoes (boston 3) which make me feel very light and agile, but was lacking the support in lateral movements and the continental soles on the bostons constantly needed a dab on a wet rag to retain grip. Given the name 'crazylight', I thought these were going to be close to the weight of the bostons w/ more stability. The stability was excellent, even with alittle more room in toe area, my heals felt like they were cup'd which supported good form when I squat and lunge forward from my heals to avoid knee injuries. Unfortunately they were not what I was looking for and they were returned. I possibly could have used a .5 size smaller but I was positive I would not have been happy with the weight. I should have kept them for casual shoes but found actual table tennis shoes from adidas on ebay. Overall i'm sure the shoe is great for basketball which it was designed for. Thank you adidas for accepting my return, even though I played in them. I hope to see more table tennis products in the US online store.
Nice and tight from the ankle to the instep with a quite loose fit on the toes. Very breathable; The boost on the heel works really well to dampen your hops; and great traction. I can't stress this enough, but this shoes is really comfortable! And I almost forgot: It looks good!
Copped these in the SoHo store, didnt think they were out yet. Normally wear size 11s but i had to go a half size down to 10.5 as the ankle was a bit too loose for my tastes. Comfy shoe, huge step from the standard Tubulars which i also loved.
These shoes were comfortable right away (didn't feel like they needed wearing in) due to the soft inner cushion and provided good grip for increased stability around the court. Looking forward to getting back out onto the court with them!
The Crazy Light Boost is a amazing show.Prime Knit Woven upper with out any glue or fuse backing it straight prime knit.Which is definitely a plus very free feeling but locks your foot down when you're making those hard cuts or direction changes.Adidas also really opened up the ventilation which no other brand at least I have used have done so far.The boost cushioning in the heel is great except for the Adi Preme it takes a little time to break in and you can definitely tell a difference between the Heel and the fore foot. The only real downside of the crazy light boost 2015 is the traction and the dead space in the toe box.The traction is kind of a blade heringbone type patter and it just doesn't perform as well as I thought it would. The dead space in the toe box is very significant.the space from my toes to the toe box is just weird to me. My toe has space from touching the very top of the shoe but the toe box doesn't form to my foot like a woven upper should be. So it would be cool to fix these problems in the 2016 Crazy Light Boost and we have a solid shoe.But overall the Crazy Light Boost is a amazing shoe price point at 130$ is a great deal comparing to other brands signature models and they play just or even better. If you can try these on in store