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The climalite run tee lives up to its online description, great shape, not too tight, not too baggy so need to feel conscious when working out. Fabric is light and sweat-wicking keeping me cool throughout my workouts. I have several as it is a staple in my workout wardrobe.
I love these tights! I bought a pair for trail running in the cold (20-45deg) and they worked great! They kept me warm without being hot, and they are super comfy. After running in my first pair I had to get two more so I could trail run all week. I've used them on cool days, rain, and light snow doing the hills above Portland, no complaints!
Very happy with this shirt & the colors are awesome. Purchased a size small (approx 18" across chest), is roomy enough which I love for running movement & cooling. Please make a jacket like this. That teal & pink for this years jacket, ugh!
Been wanting a pair of these for a while now. Running in the cold weather is now a lot more fun as these really keep you warm. They are a perfect fit for me too at 6 foot 2. Would definitely recommend these
Great fitting & looking garment - bought as an Xmas present and the girlfriend loved them. The garment comes up exactly as expected size wise. They have a lovely satin feel to them. Perfect in every way and a great price too
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 like these, they give good compression and look good. I bought these to wear under shorts at the gym for leg day and they're suitable for that. The three stripes around the calf area make them look good with shorts. They run a bit small though... Don't do what I did, flattered and convinced myself to purchase medium size rather than large. I really think large would have been much better. Medium are tight for me, especially around the calf area, even when unzipped. I have to spend and extra few minutes getting them on perfectly. For reference, I'm 6 foot tall and I naturally have big legs. Don't get me wrong, once I have them on and have moved them about a bit, they're ideal. I just would have suited large better.
I have bought numerous leggings over years for workout and netball practice and these adidas response ones are the best. I bought medium and am a size 12 and they fit me fine, although I'd take smaller if I was a ten....the drawstring ensures...however hard you work out...that they stay up in position. Brilliant product
I am 5'5", 125 pounds and 34B. I typically wear a size Small in all commemorative race shirts. As a result of reading a few online reviews that mentioned this shirt was running large, I ordered both the XS and the S to try. The cut of the shirt is designed to fit nicely through the shoulders and then taper in slightly through the waist with another slight outward flair at the hem. I ended up keeping the size Small for two main reasons: it fit me the best through the shoulders and bust (the XS was a little more snug across my back and while I could have lived with it, it just didn't feel as comfortable); and the XS was too short in the length from collar to bottom hem for me. I've worn this shirt multiple times since decided to keep the size S and not once have I regretted the decision. On my frame, the shoulders fit perfectly and the length is also perfect. The midsection still tapers in, but it just isn't skin tight. Overall, the shirt has a very nice drape to it and I think it is running true to size. The material could be a bit softer and I'm not 100% stoked on where the Adidas strips are placed; it would also be nice if this said "Qualifier" on it somewhere. Hence, the removal of one star; however you can tell that it's a very durable t-shirt and should last a long time. Recommend that you purchase in the size that you normally wear for a technical t-shirt.
These running tights are definitely worth buying. I have had tights by all the well known running brands and these are by far the best for me. The fabric makes them very comfortable no rubbing from seems. The zips are longer than i expected which is great as it makes them easy to take off and on. I have run in them in the cold and didn't notice any cold due to moisture and can't wait to see how they perform in the warmer weather. The styling is great as you would expect from Adidas and i could imagine these will be worn by non runners as well. Overall a great choice with no faults as i can see.
I loved these pants! The material is really soft and stretchy but also supportive which is important for me as I do a lot of jumping around. I would of given these pants a 5* if it wasn't for the waist which I found was a little too loose for me. I was always pulling them up so have returned and have purchased a size smaller. So I would say if you are stuck between which size to order definitely go for a size down!
I love the way they fit on me. So comfortable. I would recommend trying them on before you buy them. Depending on how you like your pants and body structure, you may want to get them 1 size bigger for a more loose fit or your actual size for a more snug fit.
First off, I'm VERY picky with sports bras simply because of the way my breasts naturally are. I need the bra to fit PERFECTLY or else I'm going with two bras. I wore 2 bras for working out for years because when I tried to wear a simpler compression bra by itself with no cup shapes, I was left with that nightmarish "uniboob" look and feel (most ladies know exactly what I'm talking about.) I'm a full C, sometimes D depending on the bra, so the 2-bra thing was something I've been wanting to rid myself of for the longest time. I work at an Adidas store and found this funky-looking bra and decided to try it on. I will say that the bra is quite daunting at first when you are attempting to just try it on. The way the straps cross over will likely have you saying "huh?" out loud. But I was able to eventually figure it out (after a few minutes of sweating) and, over a year later, I can say this is probably the best bra purchase I've ever made. I actually ended up buying three of them, and none of them show any signs of wear to this day. I know the bra offers fantastic support because I don't think about it when I'm exercising. I work out several times a week. The bra is pretty much true to your normal bra size, and I love how the sizes are based on cup/band sizes (32C, 36DD) as opposed to small/medium/large so that you can make sure that you get a bra that actually FITS. Honestly, the only bad part about this bra IMO is the first few times putting it on because you don't know what you're doing and it just feels like your suffocating even with the right bra size on. But, as a previous reviewer mentioned, the tightness you should be experiencing at first is a good thing. (If the bra's too tight, loosen the straps/clasps a bit, but you shouldn't have to do too much adjusting or else you likely have the wrong bra size.) Let me save you the stress of figuring out how to put this thing on: 1. Unhook the bra. 2. Loosen the straps to at least half the length. This will make the bra easier to pull over your head/arms/torso and keep you from damaging the bra's threading by over-stretching. 3. Pull the bra over your head so that the entire bra is below your bust, near your belly button. Turn the bra around so that the unhooked section of the bra is over your belly button. Make sure the hook sections are not flipped around or else the bra won't fit right. 4. Tighten the straps to your desired tightness and hook the bra together. You obviously won't know your go-to measurement at first, but you will eventually. 5. Twist the bra around your body and fit the cups over your bosom. Put your arms through the arm openings and pull the straps up to your shoulders. Just get past learning how to put it on and I believe you'll really love the bra. Worth your money! :)
The best running tee I own. It does what it says which is what I want from technical gear and it looks almost like a regular tee so you don't feel like you're dripping in branded 'hey everyone look at me! Can you guess I'm a runner?!?' Type gear. Got mine in bright azur blue and I love it! Good amount of reflexive bits too. Got a little bit of chaffing under one arm, where the sleeve meets the skin but I'm a bit of a one armed wailer.... So that's neither here nor there.
Usually I have to try both XS and S but this was the right fit for XS which is my size. The waist band is a great fit and I found that I didn't need to use the drawstrings but its great to have the option. I like the alternative placement of the traditional three stripes as I tend to find the other designs with the stripes on either side of each leg rather monotonous.
I am a DI collegiate athlete, so I rather athletic legs.. I usually wear either S or M depending on the fit of the item I have a 28" waist and am 5'7". I weigh 140 lbs. I got them in size M and they were a little too loose on my thighs. I love that they have the drawstring in the waist though, because too often I have this problem where my thighs "eat my pants." What I mean by that is that it will fit my thighs but not my waist... and then the pants will slink down a bit 'cause I had to buy them to accommodate my thighs. So the drawstring is awesome for that. The back pocket is great for my keys when I run. I ended up returning them and getting a size small, which fit nice and tight, like a pair of tights should. I've posted my video review of the tights as well.
I am so proud of my BQ time and this shirt is perfect! The colors and logo are exactly what I think of when I think of the Boston Marathon. The fit is excellent. No chaffing or weird spots or seams. The women's fit is flattering. Love it and wear it proudly!
I find myself wearing this hoodie more than most of my other options, at least in the warm weather. It transitions from slightly cooler temps to warmer temps while maintaining a comfortable body temperature in both. It is probably the best example of a hoodie doing this that I can think of. It is no doubt the material--climalite--but also how it is woven on this particular hoodie: the inside is similar to other climalite weaves but the outer face is a slightly ribbed weave unique to this hoodie, which seems to vent excess heat more readily than others. As for size, I don't find it baggy. Due to the nature of the material it does have more of a "drape" than other hoodies; it is, however, a performance hoodie more than a fashion hoodie. It still looks good, but to me that is secondary. I'm ca. 5'10"/178cm and 175lbs/79KG at the moment and the small fits me fine. It's trim but that is how I prefer it. I also wash it cold and hang dry it to keep in from tightening up any more. Thanks for reading.
It's a nice looking shirt, true to the model's image, colour wise. The sizing runs large. I bought a small and it positively drapes on my body, with about four inches extra on the chest and waist, but surprisingly not too bad on the hips which is bizarre because I have small hips (35 inches). From the front it looks great and fitted, but from the side it is so loose that it makes me look dumpy. The chest for a size small is supposed to measure 33-35 and I am 33.5. I have two inches extra material on either size of my body, for a total of 4-6 extra inches in the chest, and 6-8 extra inches in the waist. I like my running shirts fitted and this is more of a casual loose fit. Thrilled to wear it anyway.
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
I ordered this hoodie as it looks similar to my favourite hoodie I purchased from Adidas a few years ago. The first thing I want to highlight is that it is a true size 8 - with previous Adidas purchases I found the sizes to be a bit too generous! The material is not too thick so it is perfect for running on a crisp and cool day without getting too sweaty. I feel very stylish running in it so I think I've a new favourite hoodie :-)
This is one of my favourite shirts to run in, I have two now. Very comfortable and has a flattering neckline and bottom hemline. Does not get patchy when sweaty, material is light and airy. Only flaw I can find is that one of my tops have worn quite quickly as I wash it a lot.
Really nice quality with 3 zipped pockets (useful!). They are advertised as slim fitting and they are quite snug for the size, and also slightly short (just on the ankle) but I think that is just the style. Very comfortable and quite warm.
Ok guys, I have been doing crossfit for 6 months already. During that time, i have bought different brands of tights(reebok, and nike), and none of those were confortable for movements such as back squats, wall balls etc because they do not fit well in my back side. Therefore, when I used them, I had to take lift the tight above my wrist because it would go down. That did not happen at all with the adidas. So if you plan to buy tights for crossfit buy the adidas.
I've used mine for a while now and its pretty good. Material quality is very good, no itching or rubbing so far. I am 5.8" and size small fit is decent, but I wish it to be just a bit shorter in sleeve and hem length.