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I wore these shoes for 2-1/2 months a couple of times a week. They "Continental" Rubber soles are almost worn out. I only walk, I do not run in these shoes. For this price I would think I should get much more mileage out of this shoe. I love the feel and fit, however I would need to buy 5 pairs to get me thru a year. I'm not a happy camper.
I want to love them, they are the comfiest, but they squeak soooo much it's ridiculous! I work at a hospital and everywhere I go it sounds like I have water in my shoes. For $180 a pair they should not squeak like that. Also when training indoors the insole slips within the shoe. So disappointed.
I have had my ultra boosts for about a month now while running 12-25 miles a day as well as wearing them casually. They have shown no wear and tear and feel as comfortable as the first day I got them. These are such nice shoes and have made me not want to leave adidas for my future shoe purchases.
Love my shoes! Only problem is and it's a big one is within 8weeks I start noticing the threads breaking in the toe section. I run 12-18 miles per week. Please Adidas make the toes stronger. I can't run in anything else!
I have been looking for a light weight, yet comfortable shoe like this for a long time! I am so glad, I found these!!! Perfect for running indoors, as well as outdoors! I still can't believe that I went to so many stores, trying on shoes that just didn't fit right, until I tried this one! I could have saved so much time by just getting these right away:)
These shoes are extremely comfortable but Adidas really needs better lighting/filter for the pictures they post on here. I bought BB3910 thinking that it will be all black but there's actually a dark grey on the very top of the surface and a dark greyish blue line surrounding it. Not impressed and I cannot return this item since I am buying this on the US website and asking my friend to bring it over to Canada. Adidas, I really wish you take into consideration that there are a lot of Canadians who are also interested in ultra boost. Please release all your restock and new release the same time as US on the Canadian website. So tired of getting the leftovers from US with limited size and weird colorways.
I can't believe that before 2 days I've take the ultra boost from adidas stor in Berlin , and after 2 days walking around 30 km they are flat , the little bumps are gone ?! Omg adidas ?!?!? Tomorrow I will go back to the stor and try to replace them this is insane this is 180 shoes OMG , comfort is amazing , look amazing but the build quality even with continental are ULTRA LOW please REFUND ME ADIDAS this is not rightttttttttttt
I never thought in a million years I'd purchase a sports bra for $40. I'm not top heavy so the ones I usually buy on clearance at Walmart or Target suits me just fine. I decided to pick one of these up after feeling it in the store and liking the feel. I wore the sports bra today for the first time. I did a hour cardio today and although I sweated, I noticed my body was cool therefore I wasn't dripping as I should have been. Although being active in the gym, wanting to see your hard work by way of sweat, it was great not to feel the sweat running down my body as usual. I also felt as if I had extra energy since my body remained so cool. Ladies, skip a mani/pedi or 2 to get this sports bra and thank me later
I wear a size 7 in my adidas trainers (Adizero Boston Boost) and bought a size 6.5 in these spikes. They fit perfectly! I like my spikes to be a bit more snug so that a form fitting without squishing my toes or being to tight in any places. When I first took these out of the box I was worried becasue they didn't look aggressive enough to force me up on my toes but after working out in them I found out that they were great! This distance spike has a durable sole which is great for cross country and longer events on the track. I am very pleased!
I am very Like the style but there is so terible when I walk on the wood / title / carpet floors. It makes noise like the horse's foot with the iron nails I tried to remove them out (the iron nails) then I slipped and fell on the carpet & wood floors I've bought it since 2 weeks ago but I cannot wear it outside :(
It has been 10 years since I have owned a pair of adidas. My 1st & only pair were the originals black with baby blue stripes. The Ultra Boost was recommended to me. My friend said it's a "life changing experience." I had to judge for myself. Immediately stepping into them the sneaker hugged & contoured to my feet. Brava adidas!
Love these! Brother recommended these after he got a pair and I decided to buy them in black. I love how snug they feel and the breathability of the shoe. I wear these casually and when I go to the gym; they're comfortable and they my feet don't hurt or ache after wearing them for a long time. Great purchase!
I love adidas. I'm a die hard fan. But these shoes really disappointed me. I love how they look, super super love the sole, but whenever I run or walk with it I'm in pain. I can't tell which part of the shoe design is wrong. Usually after 20 minutes of running my whole feet would be in severe pain and I had to stop. I feel like one of the problem is the opening of the shoe is too big and it doesn't grab my foot? I always feel like the heel of the shoe is trying to fall off and that might affect how I run or walk. I got my pair quite a long time ago and the color is not available any more. I see so many good reviews now and I hope they've changed the design a little bit. But I don't know what I'm going to do with my 180 dollar running shoe that I can't run with. I want to get another pair of adidas but I'm afraid that they would have the same problem.
I had reservations getting them because of my flat feet, but I have had a fantastic experience! Super cosy for walking up the San Francisco Hills and running - had a nice "spingy" feel. It has been 5 month and the rubber outer sole is still in good shape and so it she entire shoe! I will definitely recommend this, and buy another in the Ultra boost line.
My recovery shoes! These are so comfy. I like the seamless meshy upper and the responsive feel of the cushioning. I love the glove like fit. I get compliments from my runner friends anytime I wear them. My only qualm is that the shoelaces come untied very easily, usually once per run.
ultra boost are so plush, such a great ride. REALLY WISH there was a second top hole to lace shoes in the manner that helps prevent heel slippage (i have to lace all of my beloved adizero adios-and other running shoes- in this special, but not uncommon, way) ADIDAS please fix this issue -
I absolutely love this shoe. It's probably my favorite I've every owned. Unfortunately the soles wore out around 220-250 miles. In the Energy's I got over 400 miles. I wish I could afford to drop $180 every 2-3 months, but I can't. If I could, I would be in these!
I have been running in Asics gel nimbus for over 5 years but the newest model was too squishy for me, so I went to my local running store to get fitted. Out of the 3 pair I tried out, these were hands-down the most comfortable. They fit like they were made for me (I have a high arch, super narrow heel, and a wide forefoot and I often find that it is hard to get truly comfortable running shoes). I tested these out on a shorter run today and they are absolutely worth the price tag. There will definitely be my new favorites!
I can't afford to love these shoes! The soles wear out so quickly. They are a month old and already nubs on the soles have worn down. And I am not putting lots of miles on them (maybe 3 miles 5 times a week on a treadmill). However, they are by far the most comfortable, best fitting shoe I have ever worn.
Yes it is pricey but it's important that my feet is extremely comfortable and happy. I'm a runner and I've gone 20 miles in one day on this shoes and I had no blisters or any other pain. After 6 miles your fit will start to swell and because the material is stretchable you don't feel the discomfort on your fit of feeling tight. I'm addicted to the Ultra Boost model for sure.
I now have 3 pairs of the ultra booat and can't imagine another shoe as comfy as these. I only wear Adidas but the ultra boost are by far the best. Can't get a more comfortable and true to size shoe out there! Defenitly worth the price! Way to go Adidas!
I have been a loyal user of the Boston Marathon running shoe and then switched the year the boost hit the market. I have never experienced such pain while running than with these shoes. Shocking pain before mile 1- the laces do not tie high enough for ankle support, the heal is built higher than normal - my heal comes out in mid stride (which leaves absolutely no room for orthotics), and the plastic on the sides is painful to the foot. Please help bring back the old boost design as comfort is key to running. The last thing I need is to screw up my feet.
I have high arches and need a lot of cushion for my runs. With my custom insoles inserted , these are the best running shoes I have tried on so far . So plush and great ventilation for long runs. my feet never feel hot or sweaty, even after a 1/2 marathon. So far I have ran 3 races in these shoes and i can always hashtag #PR in my race photos. hahaha. Yes, They are a little more narrow compared to nikes, but i feel like the snug gives my foot extra support. My foot doesnt' feel like its sliding around in my shoes when I run; it stays in place comfortably. A big plus about these shoes is that even after 250 miles, they still look GREAT! it retains its shape so nicely. from afar, they look brand new still and I like how the dirt wipes off easily (I have black shoes so idk about the white boosts). HIGHLY RECOMMENDED for beginner runners, averaging 15-20 miles a week , or running 1/2 marathons.
I'll make a few comparisons with the Adipure 360.3, even though that's a trainer instead of a runner. Bear with me, please. Pros: 1. Having a full-length Boost sole in a running shoe is luxurious. It's very cushy and bouncy, yet extremely flexible. I'm a mid/forefoot striker, but in these shoes I can easily shift to rear-foot striking if I need to—and my heels don't scream at me in protest. 2. The bevel in the Boost sole seems to stabilize the shoe a bit: I can do single-leg deadlifts in this shoe, as long as I don't shift all my weight too far to the front of my foot. I don't really recommend these shoes for single-leg activities, as they're definitely runners—but I'm pleasantly surprised I'm not all wobbly while balancing in them. (If you've ever tried to balance like that in a pair of Pure Boosts, you know what I mean.) 3. The upper is stretchy and very breathable. I wore these sockless for 10 minutes on a treadmill, and there was a noticeable breeze running across the top of my feet. 4. As with the Adipure, I love the bootie construction. No detached tongue to fuss with, and I get full lace burn protection. 5. The outsole is grippy. Right out of the box, the outsole was actually too grippy. It sounded like I was walking across a sticky movie theater floor. 20 minutes of walking/running in place on carpet and a yoga mat solved that. Cons: 1. Sizing runs long. I wear an 8 in the Adipure, with a comfy half inch gap between the tip of my big toe and the interior front of the shoe. In the Ultra Boost size 8, that gap's a full inch long. I'll try a 7.5 soon. I bought the 8 instead because I thought the smaller size might be too narrow. 2. The plastic lacing system is a rigid cage that makes the shoe too tight on my wide left foot. (It doesn't aggravate my right foot at all.) I guess the thick plastic's meant to lock down the midfoot, since the fabric upper's so stretchy. But the cage is very unkind to wide feet. To fix that, I changed my lacing technique on the left shoe: I completely skip the 2nd holes, and lace the others in typical crisscross fashion. I also don't lace that shoe too tightly. This lets the second pair of plastic stripes skim my foot, while the other stripes provide support. It keeps the cage from digging hard into my foot. So far, it seems to work well. 3. My heels slide out a bit. That's partly due to the long sizing, I'm sure. But also, the Ultra Boost's collar is looser than the Adipure's—probably because the shoes don't use the same kind of fabric upper. (My heels never slip out of the Adipures.) And the heel counter isn't really locking me down. Wearing thicker socks doesn't help much. Hopefully a smaller size will make a difference. 4. I'm pretty sure the outsole won't last long, especially after seeing other people's photos of worn-down nubs. If I keep these shoes, I'll definitely have to rotate them with other pairs. If the smaller 7.5 size resolves two of those cons, I'll happily keep 'em.
My boyfriend ranted and raved about his boosts and was telling me I needed a pair. We do a lot of walking/exploring NYC and I always complain about my feet hurting. I decided to buy these and it was probably the best purchase I've ever made. I was a bit skeptical about spending such a large sum of money on them, but I definitely do not regret it. These are the comfiest sneakers I have ever worn. I own 3 Nike Frees and a pair of Roshe and the comfort level does not come close. I might have to buy a pair for the gym as well!