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im a lover of the adidas boost technology, this is my 3rd pair & they haven't disappointed. I run most days & wear these trainers to do so, I can't wear them for fitness classes that I teach as not enough support for movement in different directions but there made for running so that's what they're best suited for. The only down side is possibly the "sock" style, I don't find that this suits & fits every foot properly. The look & design is fabulous, I ordered the black ones & they look amazing.
I have have five failed knee surgeries and the original energy boost were the ONLY shoes that I could wear with minimal pain. When they changed them I bought every pair online from ebay, you name it. I have been in agony since nothing came close...BUT this ATR is exactly like the original except better in terms of gripping my heel. It runs extremely narrow. Since this is the only shoe I wear 24/7 (including wedding and funerals), I will be buying many more pairs!!!!!! So happy to have pain reduced. Big shout out to Big Peach Running Company!
I am so happy with this latest generation! I have several pairs of Adidas Boosts but my favorite has always been the first generation until these came out (The Energy Boosts 2 never felt as cushiony or comfortable to me). I had to splurge on the pre-launch and I'm so glad I did! I couldn't imagine this shoe getting any better from the first generation but the Supers have blown them out of the water as far as cushion and comfort goes - for me anyway. Thank you Adidas! I'm sure I will be buying more once they are on the market again.
I have run 15 miles in these shoes, and I love the cushioning in them and they are very comfortable, except for one problem. The tongue is too thin and the laces start too high up, and when I try to tie them tight enough so the heel does not slip, the laces hurt the top of my feet. I don't understand why these couldn't be more like the men's version. Unfortunately, this problem is something that I don't think I can get used to, and I will be returning these.
These shoes are absolutely fantastic and better than anything I have worn previously. I was slightly worried about the size and as has been previously stated they are slightly (and only very slightly) narrow. The thing is that it doesn't really matter because of the flexibility of the top part of the shoe. It's like wearing a really flexible sock and it moulds to the shape of your foot. I trialled them on a 7 mile run and the cherry on an already delicious cake is the sole. They are springy and bouncy and they provide strength on the hills and comfort on the flats. I cannot recommend them enough!
Get a half size smaller. I'm a 6, tried this in the black and white versions. Both were definitely about an inch too long of empty space lengthwise for toes. I tried the 5.5 and it was perfect. I'm not crazy about the gloss pieces on the white version, it's okay on the black. Love the big logo on the tongue. This is a cool hi-top, exactly what I was looking (just really wish they didn't use the gloss.) My right foot is a hair bigger than my left foot and often I've felt shoes were tight on me or just right. This one, definitely go HALF a size down. You can see they look too big if you get your normal size. The width is perfect. I once tried a Stella McCartney slipper, size 6 and that was literally one size too big. Love these, you should try them on first if you're at a store.
This is my 4th pair of boost sneakers. I have worn out 2 pairs of Energy Boosts( 1 and 2) and have one in my closet, still in the box. I bought the Ultras when they were offered at introduction a couple of weeks ago. I have worn them to work out in and run in at the gym. The extra "boost" is nice, but the overall shoe is somewhat larger than the Energy Boost 1 and 2. I like the original fit better. Glad I have an new pair of the "old" design in my closet! I hope Adidas brings back the Boost 2's in more colors and sizes.
I've been running for 4 years and run about 30 miles a week. As my mileage increases so does my need for comfort. I've tried so many brands, so many styles I felt like Goldilocks and I never expected Adidas to be on my feet! Out of the box 7 miles, perfect fit, nice Boost. Already looking at which color to buy next.
I'm a long distance runner who also cross-trains and a fashionista to the core. I have some mobility issues I've been working on which manifest themselves as foot and ankle pain. These shoes are comfortable and help me run long and strong. I've run in all kinds of shoes and wouldn't trade these beauties for anything in the world. And they are just that...beautiful. A running shoe! Imagine! At a time when most athletic footwear looks like it was designed by graduates of clown college, these gorgeous shoes are a blissful oasis of flattering and tasteful. How much do I love these? I have purchased an additional 4 pairs for back ups in case Adidas retires them. The black and hot pink incarnation is the prettiest!
These shoes are more than great!! I am a true size 8, so first I ordered 8,5 as I thought it might run big. But I was wrong, these shoes run true to size. Adidas is awesome with their return policy. I tried wearing pure boost to work for my 8 hour shift and my feet didn't hurt for the first time. Every step is like walking on the cloud - soft and nice. Some reviewer stated that these shoes look and made cheap, I do not agree, they look nice for me and anyways it doesn't matter since they provide comfort.
I tried these out in a test run . I normally wear a size 8.5 in the adios boost. So I picked out and 8.5. They were EXTREMELY comfy when I first put them on. The beginning of the run was good but the shoes felt loose in the front. Halfway through the run my mid foot started to hurt. I think maybe it's just adjusting to the shoe though because it didn't hurt afterwards. When I got back to the store I tried on size 8 thinking they might fit nicer but they were sooooo narrow that it hurt just standing there. I love the shoe but don't think it fits quite right. If there was a size 8 1/4 it would be perfect! Maybe I'll try men's sizes to get some width.
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 love the feel of the upper, so soft and comfortable like a slipper. The cushioning is great as well. I definitely feel more than the Energy Boost. My only disappointment ( as mentioned by others) is that the sole shows wear early. I have about 30 miles on mine and already some of the nubs have worn down. For a running shoe in this price range I would not have expected this. The cushioning many last 100s of miles but I doubt the sole will.
I am a retired semi elite 10km runner (but I still run seriously without racing). I've been running in saucony guide and their predecessors for twenty years. They recently changed it so majorly I can't wear them anymore. I've been struggling ever since to find "my" shoe. I've tried all sorts of models of asics, saucony, Nike, brooks, etc., and none of them were right. I finally tried Adidas boost and was pleasantly surprised at the cushioning and especially their durability. I later bought a pair of Adistar boost and their superiority was apparent immediately. They offer far more cushioning, especially in the heel, than almost all the other brands I've tried (and more than the regular boost), a necessity for the mountainous terrain I run on. Yet the Adistar achieves this without adding weight or compromising durability, the two problems often associated with extra heel cushioning. The divided heel section is brilliant, offering superior cushioning during the initial heel strike. It also provides the smoothest heel to forefoot transition of any shoe I've run in for the last twenty years. This makes it a quick shoe. The easy transition also means it limits runners fatigue, as you're not labouring through each stride but transitioning quickly. You can run a lot further in them for the same amount of every expenditure. Another awesome feature is the continental rubber on the outsole. These shoes last a long time in both the outer and midsole. They outlast other running shoes by an extra 25-50% distance. This makes them well worth the price. The only thing I wish was different was more traction. Half of what I run are mountain trails, and these are really designed for road use only.
These are seriously the most AMAZING shoes to ever grace my feet. I was having some pretty bad knee pain when I was running, so I went to a specialty running store and got a gait analysis done (which I highly recommend and is usually free), and after trying on many other shoes, I was amazed when I put these on. They are light, breathe extremely well, provide awesome support while maintaining good flexibility, and they come in more neutral colors than some of the more ostentatious colors by other brands. I can't say enough about them! The price can be a little shocking, but the guy at the running store told me that because of their high quality build, they last for 500-600 miles per pair, instead of the usual 300-400 in other shoes. They are worth every penny. My husband and I now both own a pair, and they have been great to us for over 6 months now.