You can browse this site without having JavaScript enabled, but to experience the full benefits of the site, please enable JavaScript.

Rated 2.8 out of 5 by 142 reviewers.
Women's adidas Running Apparel
2014 Official Boston Marathon Celebration Jacket
Solar Zest (D80170)
Size Chart
+ Save To Wishlist

Rated 1 out of 5 by So disappointing This will be my third and likely final Boston marathon. I ran 2013 and was one of the runners prevented from finishing. We were hoping the colors would reflect the meaning of the survivors, the experience, the trauma, the hope - and be in navy blue, red and white - both to represent the support of the country and matching the Boston colors - the red sox, etc. This is an ugly design and color scheme and does not reflect what the 2014 Boston marathon stands for. I hope, as others have said, a different jacket will be designed and sold by the time of the marathon. January 8, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Was hoping for better So, I read all the reviews and thought . . It can't be that bad. People are just whining. So I ordered mine. This is my first Boston and I was thinking I really want the Official jacket, no matter what . . . I'm re-thinking that now. I'm an orange fan and the color is fine. It's the Miami Dolphin blue I can't get past. The stripes are just silly looking. I may send it back, I am bummed. Even Orange with white or black would have been better than that blue. - Disappointed Runner PS - I am from New England - we know Boston Runs as One - I liked the old style better with the 26.2 on the back of the neck too. January 7, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by So Disappointed I am relatively new to running, and 2014 will be my first Boston Marathon. I have many friends who proudly wear their Boston jackets, and I was looking forward to finally wearing my own. But the color and design of this jacket are really disappointing, and I'm not sure that I would ever wear it, even though I want a Boston jacket desperately. I'm hoping that you will listen to the overwhelming majority who have also posted their disappointment, and design an alternate jacket that people will really buy. Otherwise, I guess I can just wait until the many unsold jackets hit TJ Maxx for a third of the price, just like the 2012 burnt orange jackets did. January 2, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by So disappointing I really cannot believe this is the design that Adidas and the BAA chose for the 2014 Boston Marathon. I had so hoped that for this very special year, they'd come up with a traditional design/color scheme that really represented the Boston Marathon and maybe even incorporated the BostonStrong concept. I really hope they rethink this and offer something else for those of us who dislike this design. It's going to be such a special event in 2014 and I know many who will not be buying this jacket but rather gear from other manufacturers who get it right. C'mon, Adidas, fix it. You have time. December 22, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by special jacket The orange is BRIGHT...which I love. I am 5'5", 120-125lbs, measure 35-27-36 ,and the small fit the way I like. Sleeves were plenty long enough, and I like the silky snug cuff for keeping them in place, and the wind/rain out. The length is good, comes JUST below my bum, and the elastic bottom is not tight at all. I find the jacket the SLIGHTEST bit snug across the shoulders...not enough to size up, as then it would be too big in the body. I think the jacket misses a few details that RUNNING jackets in this price point have (back vents, stowable hood, thumbholes), but this is a special jacket, and for that, it's worth it. March 25, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Not a fan This is a comment on the styling of this jacket with the hopes that Adidas will see these comments and reconsider the design of it (or at least the Men's) if it isn't too late. I personally don't mind the orange color, but it sounds like most people hate it. Plus you used orange two years ago. The blue and white stripe across the back is the thing I notice the most. It looks ugly and seems just completely out of place and added in as an afterthought. Also, I wish you kept the vented opening in the back of the jacket that was part of recent Boston jackets. I'll probably end up buying a Men's jacket no matter what it looks like, but I'm hoping they change it up from this version. I'm sure the quality of the jacket itself is fine, but I just wish Adidas would change the design. December 10, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Gah-bage Seriously, this jacket is terrible looking. I will pray that Santa brings a better option for the guys. The striping on the back has to go. Worst jacket eva! I would have thought that Adidas would have pulled out all the stops this year and made a great jacket, but now I'm surprised they even wanted to put their name on this, let alone the Boston Marathon Logo. Less features than previous years, lets go back to the drawing board please! December 15, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Ugly as Sin What the heck Adidas. This is my first time running Boston and I can't even tell you how disappointed I am that THIS is the celebration jacket I've trained/waited my whole life to earn. Not only is it the ugliest hazmat suit/traffic cone color I've ever seen in my entire life BUT did you really have to remove the flap in the back? It doesn't even resemble a celebration jacket. I shed tears the first time I saw it because I was so sad. December 29, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by I agree with all the comments about the awful color and design of this years official jacket and the lack of respect it gives to the situation. I find it just as appalling that Adidas/BAA has chosen to use the same jacket as this years London marathon. How does that show that the Boston marathon is special and the greatest marathon in the world? In 2011, the year the field filled so quickly, there was a second line of clothing for "qualifiers". Unfortunately, this year's orange and blue line is a done deal but that doesn't mean there cant be a second line for those of us that would like to honor the victims and show respect to all those affected. I would also suggest that the profits from that line be donated to the One Fund or similar charity. January 19, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Unfortunate Both the deign and color scheme are very poor. I have purchased each of the last 3 Boston Marathon jackets. I could not imagine choosing to wear this jacket over any of those (even the 2011 jacket that had a silk screened logo instead of an embroidered logo). After the events of the 2013 marathon, it is baffling that Adidas would not choose a design incorporating the colors of the Boston Marathon (or, alternatively, red, white and blue). December 17, 2013
2 3 4 5 ... 14 next