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Where do I start!? Fantastic this Rose is a huge improvement to its previous model. I had the Rose 5 and quickly dismissed them a wearable basketball shoe for me. The boost in this shoe is unbelievable I wish I could sleep on boost. The shoe hits every single point as a premier basketball shoe. I can't find a negative thing to say. The crazy light boost were in my bag all summer. The 6 has undoubtedly replace them in my Adi bag
Boost is amazing! Heel cushion is best out, forefoot is the perfect balance between court feel and responsive cushion. Normally I wear a 12, but went down 1/2 size for a glove like fit. Traction is great, no slippage. Prefer home colorway upper over away upper, this is how boost should feel on a basketball court, only thing missing is a primeknit upper, great job adidas!
These shoes offer a sort of compromise: they offer the bouncy ride of Boost foam in the forefoot with a supportive EVA-like foam midsole through the heel. Boost foam is essentially like wearing a synthetic running track on your foot--bouncy, soft. The problem with Boost, however, is that is can amplify natural tendencies in your gate: if you overpronate or underpronate it'll tend to give way in that direction; the offset of this is the incredibly soft springy ride you get. I say it's a fine trade-off if you can keep your mechanics in check. As mentioned, these shoes also offer a much more supportive non-boost foam through the arch and heel, and so provide a half-Boost shoe for people who want more support but also the Boost... well, boost. That said, these shoes are for running: going back to front not side to side. The heel is high enough, and the boost foam so supple, that you have a chance of rolling an ankle if you are trying to do any kind of intense lateral movement in them. The bottom of the sole is a gel-y but tough rubber to keep your footing stable even if the Boost foam condenses during soft turns. The upper fits like a sock as the product description and others mention. It happens to fit me so well that the laces are essentially cosmetic but this is just chance in my case and being able to cinch the fit with the laces to get the perfect tension is there for those who need it. The booty is a two ply knit, air flows through it nicely. A great runner for intermediate-or-better (or naturally neutral) runners or as an unsurpassable casual shoe for anybody. Also, I think they look great. Tasteful tech. (n.b. I wear anywhere from a 9-10US in Adidas, almost exclusively a 9.5US in runners, as I like them to be suitably roomy for foot splay and mild swelling. I have a fairly though not extremely wide foot. These fit me well as a 9.5US, just as my other Adidas running shoes.)
Fantastic shoe which solved long lasting achilles tendinitis issues. Perfect if you are looking for a soft and non-structured shoe to use on grass or paths. Water resistance is satisfactory and I have had no issue with water ingress.
Upon receiving this shoe in the mail and unboxing it, the shoe's claim to fame was proven: It is very light. To summarize the shoe's performance, the traction on the shoe is rather decent (occasionally picking up dust, needing to be wiped every 15 minutes) , but unfit for outdoor use and unsustainable for long-time wear. The shoe's conformation to the foot is one of the shoe's best features as it helps to create an almost sock-like feel. The Boost in the heel has a very good feel when landing, but is not countered by the forefoot cushioning as Adidas continues to disappoint with its Adiprene cushioning. I would suggest implementing the Boost throughout the whole plantar region of the shoe providing a fully functional cushioning system that allows no room for complaint. To me, the sizing feels true-to-fit and pleasurable.
Just got this as a team shoe, and going from the clutch fit drives to this is a huge difference. Not so comfortable and they run a half size big, can't get these to squeak much either, however they do have some nice bounce to them l, and the heel and lock down support are A1
First time I bought shoes online that are that amazing. I was rather sceptical about them but this shoes are really great. They have enough space in toebox, even for my quite wide feet, after 3 runs, great, you don't really feel them on your feet, for me that's the thing. Just Great!
I played in the Drose 5 and I remember being a little disappointed and not feeling the boost as I did in the Pure boost or the CrazyBoost running shoes and the shoe was really firm I guess for the support and it served well but it was a little to firm for me. These shoes are perfect balance in everything I want! You can totally feel the Boost in the forefoot a lot more and the heel which is so enjoyable especially on those hard landings. The shoe is very secure without being to firm like the Drose 5 and the Gray model is very breathable and the inner lining is so soft to like it feels like a pillow is surrounding your ankle but still giving you that support. Overall Great shoe! Going to get another pair!
I am not an athletic person, I do try to keep fit. These are my first Boost series shoes and I am never going back to anything else. The fit is fantastic, the grip on the road perfect, the feedback you get on your sole is surprising.
I've taken these shoes with me on a 3-week vacation and have been using them running and city walking. So far they've performed perfectly. Great, true fit, very comfortable, and they really do keep my feet nice and cool. Thoroughly enjoying them after a couple weeks of heavy use.
My second time to wear an adi shoe. Well I have to say it has great traction. Also boots is Awesome. However, the forefoot is extremely terrible. No adiprene+. No response. No cushion. I don't suggest big guys choose this one.
I think these are great running trainers for winter, or even just to move around. The sole is incredibly soft and you feel like you are walking on wool. I have worn them in this relatively warm weather and it might keep you feet a bit too warm but for winter time they are perfect.
This show is very nice all around. It has good grip and good material for breathablilty. The one thing I would change is the half connected tongue to the shoe. I do not know what purpose it serves and it gets in the way when you try to tie the shoe. I think it's not necessary and is stupid. In the future I would recommend going with a detached tongue like a normal shoe. It looks better. It doesn't get in the way of laces. The half connected tongue is quiet pointless.
When I first received the shoes, I was a bit disappointed because I wasn't sure if the material quality looks as good as the picture. I kept them still because I really needed a new pair of shoes. THEY RUN SMALL - I have a pair of adidas that were sz8 and they are big on me so I ordered 7.5 for this pair but they are really small!!! I had to make a return and purchased half size bigger. Even sz8 was a bit tight at the beginning but after just wearing them 3 times, they are now perfect! They look SO GOOD with my outfits and they are very comfortable - I especially like that they do not have laces that makes stretching really easy and nice!!! The more I wear them, I love them more!!!
After pulling these shoes out of the box, I fell in love. The Primeknit upper is super soft and breathable. The first time i held them, there was some glue on them but that may have just been mine. Boost is insanely comfortable in the back but not much cushion in the forefoot but enough. What i loved most was the design. With every pair of Adidas kicks I get, the design is usually the downfall but these shoes have it all. I always role with Adidas and I know with these shoes, are by far the best basketball shoes out there, for Adidas. Totally a great buy from my point of view. Hope this helped!
I ran 15 mile long run with this shoes as soon as it was delivered. Despite the lack of time to get used to, or feeling comfortable about it, the shoes fit perfectly. I really liked it particularly its light and nimble structure. I strongly recommend this product.
Reviews were hyping this shoe up and it fell short for me. I think I'm not heavy enough or not dependent on my heel so I can't really feel or use the boost when I'm jumping for rebounds. However, primeknit is good and so is the heal counter. Pricing is decent though, I got mine on sale and that should be the same for everyone else. Hoping they copy the rose 6's full length boost and everything else relatively the same next year but still keep a reasonable price. Remember to break these in.
I already owned a pair of Adios Boost flats but needed a similar shoe that I could use regularly during my speed workouts. I just ordered the exact same size as my Adios and they fit like a glove. With about 20km on them so far I can say that they are very pleasant to use on the road and yes, they are very fast. If you already own another pair in the boost family, you will not be disappointed with the Bostons. They are fast, yet you can still feel supported.
Great running shoes, maybe some other sports but not basketball. I do really like those, very comfortable and breathable, while running/ walking. I would only recommend those for the above and not basketball. I would risk hooping in those.
They are comfortable when walking around. Unfortunately, there was not enough cushion in the forefoot for me to play basketball in them. The adiprene+ in the forefoot was an improvement from last year's crazy light, BUT still not enough for me personally. The boost in the heel felt great. I would recommend replacing the standard thin insole with a thicker insole. Without a new thicker insole, the forefoot is quite roomy. Additionally, the outsole is not that durable, so I recommend these for indoor basketball only. Since they are still aesthetically pleasing, so I will continue to wear mine casually.
I'm a long term fan of the Boston line, perfect fit for my feet, and used them for road and trail. Initially I was pleased with the upgrade to the Boost midsole - shoes felt fast and lighter than the previous version and still a great fit. I've used them on runs of 5 miles to 100. The downside for me compared to the previous version is the much reduced durability of the sole unit. I have 2 pairs, one of which has 300 miles on it but feels more like my Boston 3s or 4s at 500 miles. Except for the first 100 miles they don't seem to have the firm heel and that snap off the road that i like so much on the pre-Boost Boston and Adios2. Ideally i'd like the Boost cushioning just in the fore/mid foot.
I was very hesitant about these shoes, but once they were on my feet I knew I'd love them, they're extremely comfy and look awesome! (at least in gray color that is actually kind of greeninsh metalic gray). Fit is true to size and width is average, which is perfect for my slim feet, I've used them for gym workouts mostly but I want to to try them on my morning walk/runs, but even if you just want a beautiful and comfortable pair of sneakers to walk around town these are a great buy!
I purchased these for table tennis at my local club. We play on wooden floors. I was previously using running shoes (boston 3) which make me feel very light and agile, but was lacking the support in lateral movements and the continental soles on the bostons constantly needed a dab on a wet rag to retain grip. Given the name 'crazylight', I thought these were going to be close to the weight of the bostons w/ more stability. The stability was excellent, even with alittle more room in toe area, my heals felt like they were cup'd which supported good form when I squat and lunge forward from my heals to avoid knee injuries. Unfortunately they were not what I was looking for and they were returned. I possibly could have used a .5 size smaller but I was positive I would not have been happy with the weight. I should have kept them for casual shoes but found actual table tennis shoes from adidas on ebay. Overall i'm sure the shoe is great for basketball which it was designed for. Thank you adidas for accepting my return, even though I played in them. I hope to see more table tennis products in the US online store.
Nice and tight from the ankle to the instep with a quite loose fit on the toes. Very breathable; The boost on the heel works really well to dampen your hops; and great traction. I can't stress this enough, but this shoes is really comfortable! And I almost forgot: It looks good!
The Crazy Light Boost is a amazing show.Prime Knit Woven upper with out any glue or fuse backing it straight prime knit.Which is definitely a plus very free feeling but locks your foot down when you're making those hard cuts or direction changes.Adidas also really opened up the ventilation which no other brand at least I have used have done so far.The boost cushioning in the heel is great except for the Adi Preme it takes a little time to break in and you can definitely tell a difference between the Heel and the fore foot. The only real downside of the crazy light boost 2015 is the traction and the dead space in the toe box.The traction is kind of a blade heringbone type patter and it just doesn't perform as well as I thought it would. The dead space in the toe box is very significant.the space from my toes to the toe box is just weird to me. My toe has space from touching the very top of the shoe but the toe box doesn't form to my foot like a woven upper should be. So it would be cool to fix these problems in the 2016 Crazy Light Boost and we have a solid shoe.But overall the Crazy Light Boost is a amazing shoe price point at 130$ is a great deal comparing to other brands signature models and they play just or even better. If you can try these on in store