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These are the most comfortable pants I've ever owned. The fit is great and the material is very stretchy. I the design, although, the discontinued style with the horizontal stripes was more unique/trendy. That style gives more the appearance of socks when worn under shorts. The ankle zippers are a functional and stylish touch.
i don't like when i fall face first at the end of a 65 minute run, on a concrete sidewalk, tripping on a rut, in front of a bunch of a drivers finishing up rush hour. but sometimes i do. i go straight down once a year these days, maybe. i land on one of my knees and one of my hands. it doesn't feel good. in cold weather i wear running pants or tights. they have always gotten a hole in the contact knee when this happens. except since i switched to adidas. so tonight, i decided i would write a review to say how i was afraid to look after my fall to see what damage i did to your very nice and expensive cold weather tights. i brushed my good hand (after the fall) against my knee to check the damage without looking...and felt nothing. so i looked. i was astounded to see no damage. there would turn out to be a nice abrasion not just on my hand, but on my knee where i hit...but NO damage to the pants...the softness of which prevented damage to my knee skin from equaling that of my hand. when i finished my run i checked again. nope. no damage to your amazing pants/tights, which were NOT advertised as 'indestructos', but rather simply light, well-fitting and WARM. all of which they are, including a zip key pocket, and zip ankles. i would think a motorcycle leather jacket would receive more damage from the fall and impact my knee took, than these remarkable pants from which i never expected this kind of durability. i bow to adidas.
I run some very rugged trails with lots of mud, rocks, gravel, streams, steep grades etc. and these are very comfortable, stable and have excellent traction. I had no problem with mud or gravel sticking to the tread etc. Best trail shoes I've ever had in a few decades of serious trail running. I also love the other boost shoes for road running...but those don't hold up very well on rugged trails.
very very thin. the photo makes it look substantial... but its not. its the kind of material that you know is not gonna last for too long. especially if its laundered. not breathable either. its almost like a thin trash bag with adidas stripes on it. certainly not worth the price. i would say adidas could better but... I'm not sure if they want to! $29.99 seems like a good price point. id probably look somewhere else if you want a better value!
I got this pants but it wasn't great looking for my style and I returned this pants to the ups box to return it and please return my dads money when I first purchased this item and I no longer want this item.
Nice looking jacket and fit well. Shoulders are somewhat square-ish, so makes me look buffer than I am. :) That being said, the jacket is really thin and seems pretty cheap. Mine had a few stray threads here and there. There's no liner of any sort and it doesn't breathe well. I wore mine just around town and took it off often because I got too hot. Not looking forward to actually running in it. I got mine (blue) on sale and paid $42 (rather than $60). Even for that price, it still seems like it's not worth it. It does go well with my Dodgers hat, but so far we're 0-1 while I'm wearing it. Maybe it's Mets blue rather than Dodger blue. :D
I bought these for dancing and they're definitely worth wearing because they're so light and stylish. They look and feel great with any outfit, like gym, training, or casual. I'm 5'11 and I bought a medium if you're wondering too