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Bought them because I liked the look of them online. So pleased with the fit, tight and snug but not too tight. They offer good support, and look like a classy trainer, rather than all the bling that you see on trainers these days.
I ordered theses Adidas shoes online in a size ten and I was a little worried they would be on the small side but when I received them in the mail I was very happy to find they fit perfectly. The shoes fit true to size and are very comfortable and stylish. I wear them a lot and I will definitely order another pair soon maybe in a different colour.
Been running with minimal style addi zero for running offroad up mt manganui, because didnt like the bulky responce and supernova. These feel like they fit perfectly for my now 80% road running scenario and more cushioned in the toe area but still light. They feel better for longer distances for me and because they have a full rubber sole i can use them for jumping on my hardtail and hit some jumps round aucklands urban jungle. Nice bit of daglo detail to keep it interesting. Nice shoe.
I got these after having the Glide Boosts and love the lighter weight shoe- I've already gotten a couple of PRs on my runs. I'm training for a couple of marathons and these shoes have been holding up well to 30-40 mile weeks. I have the black pair and love the mismatching green/pink coloring- it definitely doesn't hurt to make them look as good as they feel!
I am an avid outdoor distance runner, year round..been wearing adizero tempo running shoes since the first prototype..the 7's are manufactured with better quality assurance than the 6's..toe box improved; however if I had any issue a tad more room would add to a perfect running shoe for a neutral runner who is light weight and loves resistance and feeling the ground as they stride.
I owned three pairs of the Tempo 6. Love them! When I heard that Adidas made them even better with the Boost foam, I couldn't wait to try them. There are lots of changes from the 6 to the 7. There is no space under the left insole for a foot pod or mi tech. They run smaller and a little more narrow. The toe box was too small for me, so I had to return them. I'm hoping to find a pair in a store so I can see if the fit is right before I buy.
I am a recent convert to Adidas. I have the Adidas Supernova Glide and Adizero Boston Boost; I use one as a trainer and the other as my racing shoe. For my age group, I can often place in top 3 (rare recent Master's win in 12K). I am getting ready to run a couple cross country races in a series and I was steered to the Adizero Adios because the traction the nubs underneath would provide. Out of the box, I was shocked to find the color on one has green trim with pink laces and sole and the other has pink trim with green laces and sole. The pictures online only show one shoe. I ran just 2 miles to try them out. I felt a lot more of the ground than I expected and I kept focusing on the nubs I felt under the left foot and also felt very flat-footed in them. I ran slower than is typical for me. Another note: these feel the longest of the 3 and I like a snugger fit (all 3 are same size). The weight of under 7oz is a big departure for me so I will give them 2 weeks and see if I can find a place for them in my running.
On my first run I thought I had made a mistake with these as they felt quite unresponsive, however a few runs in and they have become a little softer and I love them. I would say these are a short distance shoe though as there is not enough cushioning for me to do a half marathon and beyond, I'll be sticking to my Sequence Boost for that! Now the negative, the quality of the shoe for £95 is disappointing. I had to send the first pair back as one shoe had a noticeably higher profile than the other and it looked like it had been made last thing on a Friday! Second pair are better, still have imperfect stitching and the pair don't match in profile, but they are better. So all in all a good performing shoe, just watch out for the quality issues, and I had to size up by half a size to give a bit more room in the toe box.
I run about 30 km a week, because I feel like I have to, not because I really really love it. These shoes have made my running sooo much easier. They are super light weight and petite, but they provide amazing boost and cushioning anyways. They do have a dropped heel (the heel is lower than the front) which took some getting used to, but I feel it has given me better running technique and stronger calfs as I now tend to land on the front portion of my foot and not necessarily straight on the heel.
I run 30-40kms on an average week, mostly on the road. I love these shoes. They are sufficiently supportive and stable without the bulk. They are a bit tight in fit so I recommend going up half a size.
This is a great lightweight running shoe. I usually wear a size 7 in everyday shoes and a half size to whole size bigger in my running shoes (depending on the distances I'm averaging). I ordered a 7.5 and find it very comfortable. The grey color with thin stripe of mint color near the sole is awesome - the colorway goes with everything and doesn't show dirt.
I have tried on many racing shoes and find this running shoe to be my favorite shoe. It definitely isn't cushy but enough spring and firmness that I efficiency in forefoot striking is maintained for a long long distance. I highly recommend this shoe just because it is responsive. The only drawback is the funny looking styrofoam sole but trust me, trying this shoe you'll notice a difference.
This is my second pair of these guys. Perfect fit from toe to heal...snug with thick footies. I order these in one full size larger than shoe size. I run on a dirt road; perfect. Love them. Tried others, none fit as well from front to back.