Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 10
Rated 5 out of 5 by Mike V Best Boost yet
So far this has to be the best Boost shoe I have owned. I currently own the original boost, the boost 2.0 and the Supernova Boost 6. Unlike the boost 2.0 the Techfit is snug but not as tight as the regular boost. The response boost have a nice cushioned feel but not a mushy soft along with the rebound action of the boost material. Like the regular boost you do need to order these 1/2 size larger to get the traditional running shoe feel. For an everyday trainer these are great and they offer just enough midfoot support. They do have more ground contact area than the boost and Supernova boost. The Techfit is only at the toe box area, the rest of the shoe has a more traditional feel and also locks the heel down for no slippage. For me the only way to make these better is to offer the Continental Tire rubber on the bottoms, how ever the Adiwear does a great job.
July 2, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Pauly Stax There is a lot happening in this shoe!
*I tried on a pair of these Adidas boost shoes in a store and they didn't have my size, I was amazed at the comfort and I immediately ordered the size I needed online and they arrived in 2 days! I wore them 5 minutes and then ordered another pair for my brother. The have redefined what a shoe is! Amazing comfort, simply amazing. INSANE COMFORT The shoe felt made for my foot. Great support and each step greats you with marshmellowy goodness. Seriously, EVERYONE ON THE PLANET SHOULD GET THIS SHOE NOW! You won't want to take them off.
August 5, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Steve G Big problem with boost cushioning!
These shoes felt great in the store. They have nice cushioning and the uppers feel like you're wearing a light slipper. The problem starts after you've been wearing them for a while. Your toes feel like they're hanging over a ledge without any support. My big toes start to feel like they're sprained and ache. The white cushioning should have been run all the way up to the front of the shoe like the other models. This would have eliminated the difference of the support in the toe area. Buyer beware!
January 4, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by chapp87 great fit but quality problem
These shoes fit great and felt good through my 5 mile run but when I was through I noticed the material was separating from the sole.
September 11, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by CReyes Feels Great - Lightweight - EPA foam sole is neat
This shoe is super lightweight. It's designed to be a running shoe, and it excels greatly at that.
-Poor Lateral traction (really designed to just move forward)
-EPA foam sole is cool but extremely squishy and may not hold up to extensive use or rough terrain.
Overall It's a comfortable running shoe!
July 6, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by thebiggsonline love 'em!!!
don't run in them, but they are very cushy. Nice fit. half sized up like people recommend. a little larger than last adidas running shoe (crazy quick# but I've learned your actually supposed to have a thumb width between big toe and end of shoe for that running shoe feel. #to allow for swelling) Although they did seem kind of long, with that in mind it didn't bother me because they feel tight in midsole and throughout and the heel doesn't slip at all. With that said, I guess they fit perfectly!
January 21, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by shoebuyer very confortable
Recv'd package quickly. Shoes felt a little cheap at first, but materials are very light weight and extremely comfy. The boost gives a cushy feel when walking or running. All in all, a recommended buy.
October 26, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by omarginer Getting used to the boost
Honestly, the expectation is huge, and as many runners I am very demanding with my running shoes, so far all is good, still getting used to the boost but definitively a keeper
July 22, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by kral54 comfortable
It's really comfortable and tight.i liked it.its very light
August 30, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by rayjt Shoe Fit
Although it is my size, the shoe is too small so I can't wear it. But if I go to the next size the width will be too big.
July 24, 2014