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The shoes are great they fit perfectly and the style is flawless. I don't like how on my right shoe i can be standing, and no matter how I tie, adjust of modify my foot in the shoe, my foot always shifts and it becomes a bit uncomfortable. but other than that, it is a pretty amazing shoe. Great feel and resistance
Runners' World got it right when they named the Supernova Glide Boost 6 as editors pick last year!! The Glide 7 just continues the tradition!! Great shoe of all my workouts, including long runs, tempo sessions and hill reps! Mile after mile, they just keeps propelling my feet forward!!
This shoes are great for running and some trail hiking. After some miles of break-ins they seem to conformed with your feet as you use them everyday. Very light and flexible to my feet. Maybe if Adidas will use some real leather they will look great and add more value.
I was looking for new shoes for general work outs, local dry weather trail walking and casual wear. I saw the Kanadia TR7 in numerous colours and then these on offer so I grabbed a pair. These have worked out to be such quality and an amazing bargain. Straight from the box I got no chafing or blisters. I get hot feet and the ventilation on these is amazing. The grip on all surfaces encountered so far has been brilliant. They are also so lightweight it's unreal but so far the soles are more than tough enough from the off reading. I have recommended these to some friends. Well chuffed.
The shoes excel on jagged surfaces and fit perfectly. However my review contradicts most other reviews, I do a local parkrun occasionally and when the course is damp, the grip is very low meaning that I have to take it easy round corners. Slightly deceiving for a shoe that looks to have a grippy sole in all conditions.
I've been a fan of SuperNovas for years & the 7 is the sturdiest one yet. Prior models lost their support after about 100 miles but presently have 225 on the 7s I'm running in now & they still feel good. Love the way it hugs my feet but it needs to be lighter.
I'd like to first address the issue of sizing, which seems to be a hotbutton issue in these reviews. These shoes are very standard according to Adidas sizing. I've owned a past versions of Kanadias and if anything I'd suggest these run small. At any rate, my 9.5 (USA) Kanadia TR7s fit exatly like my 9.5 Boston 5s. These are trail runners, made to be worn in adverse weather and accommodate warmer more supportive socks. I'm grateful the toebox isn't tight--so my foot can splay naturally under the pressure of my body weight and I can wear warmer socks. (I'm of the belief that if I can't splay my toes wide open in a shoe then I'm impeding them.) Not attempting a smaller size than my usual would've saved me the hassle of swapping shoes back and forth for my regular size. The reason these runners are a slight step down from say the Kanadia 5 is that the outsole isn't as soft and pliable, nor is the upper: the upper used to be a rubbery synthetic cage over a knit material but that rubbery material has been replaced by a stiffer faux-nubuck . Still a great shoe line, but one that wasn't in need of revamping, though they are now more all-purpose due to the lighter weight and lower-profile tread. Now more weather-resistant too.
A+ for weight- they are light as a feather. A+ for grip - super grip when performing weight lifting. A- fitting- a bit tight for me but this can be very rare. A+ looks - Cant beat the color combination and design
Really nice trainer. Great grip from a chunky sole. Size was slightly bigger than I expected. Normally a 9.5 but a 9 in this shoe would have been perfect. First trainers I have ever owned that get such notice. The orange is almost fluorescent lol.
With all the talk about the "boost" technology I thought I would give Adidas a go again. I love them! I have done over 150km in them already and they get better with every run. They are great on long runs > 10 mile. My feet feel pretty good after long runs & being a forefoot striker I have notice that my calves and achilies love them too! Very cushy. Recommend them for neutral runners. Need to go 1/2'size,up.
I have been a long time user of Adidas Thrasher...but when I needed a new pair I hated all the colors. I usually buy men's shoes for this reason. I wear a 9 in womens and have a medium foot width. I bought size 7 mens and they fit perfectly. I like the extra room in the footbed for my toes. I have worn them for running outdoors and DO NOT get shin splints! I also use then for hiking about 5 to 7 mile trails (walking) good support and traction..and the color I LOVE...people can see you a mile away!
Ip is version 7 that offers the Premium fit and feel via the Torsion control and the Continental rubber outsole for keeping you grounded when wet but boosting you up with the bounce and technology in footwear only pros like Adidas can provide.
Haven't gotten to use the shoes too too much but I do feel the toe box being a little big, and can feel my foot sliding around a little bit, and definitely wiggle room around my toes, but the rest of the shoe is pretty snug. Have not used in wet or muddy terrain, but hoping it holds up to its predecessors.
Bought these for trail running. No regrets! I have a wide foot and these fit perfect. Normally wear size 11. But, after reading reviews I ordered 1/2 size down. Perfect fit! Thank you Adidas for another quality product.
I've only purchased shoes once online and had to turn them back as the sizing was one size larger than usual. These shoes are a perfect fit. When I first saw them they were full price, but two days later they were marked down and because of the miracle of social media, the internet and cookies, an ad for the marked down shoes popped up on my Facebook page. I'll be buying more shoes from Adidas online, the selection is much better, of course, than any shoe store around here.
I have owned a number of Kanadias over the years. I recently purchased the TR7s after wearing out my TR5s. The TR5s never seemed to fit or break in just right, so I was sceptical about giving the 7s a try. That being said, I took them out on a long run this morning with lots of loose rock, and steep terrain, and was very impressed. The toe box is wider, and there is minimal heel rise, giving this a more minimal feel. They are just the right amount of lightness with decent support. I recommend these shoes to everyone.
Bought these Kanadia7's and so far i am very happy, firstly they have more cushioning so they are not as harsh as the Kanadia6's , Mesh upper allows the foot to breathe, the midsole is now 1 piece no cutouts for the mud and water to penetrate, the outsole i like a lot due to the increase in lug size and layout with the addition of the rubber teeth on the front of the shoe and the back inspires confidence going up and down slippery slopes. They are nice and light and the mudguard feature stops water creeping in on wet grass or shallow mud. I would add that because the inner footbed is combined with the shoe it provides a flatter platform which allows a wider area inside the shoe which to some runners might feel a bit wide and not the snug fit of the 6's but i have found no problem personally but some runners again might actually go for their original size unlike the 6's which was a automatic size up for me, hope this helps and i am sure you will not be dissapointed with these shoes.
After hammering my Kanadia TR5's for 2 seasons, I decided to go for the new TR7's I seen advertised on the Adidas website. Sizing is better on the 7's. I'm always a 10 in Adidas but my TR5's were 11's and my new TR7's are 10.5's. Sleeker, less chunkier design on the TR7's also. The Kanadia's always give me ample traction through mud, on slippery ascents and descents. Not the most expensive Trail Shoes about but good value for money in my opinion.
Amazing product delivered hassle free. Love it! I would definetly recommend to anyone. I am currently using the shoes for hockey, the lightweight feel helps to get good movement in any game played in AstroTurf
The reviewers from January 2015 must not be writing about this model of the Kanadia shoe: The TR 7 runs at least a 1/2-size too big (or, if you're a Kanadia fan, that's a full size larger than older Kanadia models). I've tried/exchanged five pairs among myself and my family now. I wear a 9-1/2 in the old Kanadia models, looks like a 8-1/2 fits the best (the 9 still seemed large). Your experience may vary.
I am a Kanadia trail shoe fan, they are excellent for running on mixed surfaces and provide great support and comfort. These Kanadia 7 are my latest purchase after having used several pairs of 2 and 5's. Although I can fit in some size 9 trainers I have found the Adidas size 10 works best for me as they can be a little tight fitting in a 9. I have no reservations in recommending these shoes, especially for running on mixed surfaces including muddy trails.