Adizero Adios Boost Shoes
Best running shoe purchase ever
These shoes are very lightweight and fit extremely well. They have a roomy toe area, not just in the width across the joint but in the shape which is square enough to allow the big toe to move naturally and not be restricted. The depth is just right, with no loose material to crease and dig into the foot, and yet they are deep enough not to put pressure on the top of the big toe. The heel fit is snug and cushioned, but cool as is the whole shoe due to the open mesh fabric (but I don't think I'll wear them in heavy rain!) The sole is amazing, it's springy and flexible and has also managed to make my 20 mile run feel cushioned. I am delighted with these shoes.
28 March 2014
Adidas Adias Boost Racing Flat
This IS the shoe to wear for 13.1 to 26.2 miles. Incredibly light and responsive. Runs a tad big (I like my shoes to fit like a sock) I was fitted a half size down. Training for the Boston Marathon and I'm a Grandmaster (over 50) female, on the lighter side. This shoe is one of my favorites already. I run 75 miles a week and I train in these on my Sunday long runs as well.
FYI...when they arrive, check the lacing. You may have to take out the lacing and redo to your liking. I like a snug feel.
01 November 2013
Best Running Shoe Ever
I started running about two years ago. I was fitted in a different brand, which I liked, until I started running longer than six miles. After that, my knees would kill me. So when the Adidas Energy Boost came out, I bought them the first day. Loved them! But after running two half marathons in seven days, the way they laced caused me to get extensor tendinitis on the top of my foot. I was devastated because I love the Boost material and wasn't having any pains anywhere else. I changed the way I laced my shoes and it helped but not completely. I was praying for an Adidas shoe with a boost bottom and normal lacing upper. Along came Adidas Adios Boost!! Woohoo!! I bought them immediately and love love them! No knee pain, no shin pain, and absolutely no extensor tendinitis!! These are wonderful shoes!! Lightweight, comfortable, roomy toe box, great cushioning! I will buy these from now on! Thank you, Adidas!
01 November 2013
Excellent shoe for 13.1 and maybe 26.2
I bought this shoe after being very happy with the Adidas Adios (it was recommended to me after I was fitted at a running shoe store). The Adios have been good to me, but I was curious about the Adios Boost and decided to give it a shot. I PR'd at my half marathon with these shoes (1:45) and my legs felt great afterwards. I am training for a full and I would like to give these a try for the full. I have run 5 marathons with the regular Adios and felt great. I really hope the Adios Boost is soon offered with other colors because I want to order more! Love this shoe! If you like running with more a lighter, fast feel but not too crazy about the low heel-to-toe drop offered with the minimus shoes then these shoes are for you, esp for normal or narrow feet (like mine).
12 November 2013
Adizero adios boost
So far so good. Tested for a quick indoor run and loved how they felt on my feet. I am a fan of Adidas shoes for running anyway. These fit a bit longer than my pervious pair but no problem, just gives a bit more room for my toes to move forward when hitting pavement. Prompt delivery from time of order.
29 November 2014
perfect running shoes
I just got the adizero adios and have worn them on two runs (5 mile and 9 mile) so far. I'm very happy with them. They fit great, enough room for toes, good traction, lightweight, flexible, just enough cushioning. I am used to running in zero drop (minimalist) shoes but I had no trouble adjusting to the traditional style of the adizero adios. They have a very natural feel.
09 March 2014
This is a lightweight, responsive, nicely made trainer with a very springey sole .... Great trainer to run in ... Good laces that tie firmly ... They are slightly narrower than usual and I would advise to go up 1/2 your normal size
12 September 2013
Love the Boost midsole, but....
Read the reviews, thought I'd try a pair... looking to try a different, light, road shoe for marathon training and racing. I haven't decided whether to race in these, or go back to my "regular" shoes of choice. Light, although not as light as I'm used to, but like the Boost midsole, can feel a bit more energy return.... but I don't like the feel and sound of each step.... a noisy, plastic'y" flat feel as my mid foot lands.... I think it's because of the thin plastic "plate" that runs the length under the front and mid sole plate... a bit too stiff, plastic feel.
08 January 2014
Excellent tempo run trainers
Adios Boost are light weight and feel fast. The fit is not as neat as the Energy Boost which are my favorite of all time. The upper of Adios is super ventilated. The toe box fit is slightly more narrow than I expected. The show strings are to be replaced immediately and I chose blaze orange and higher quality. However I just ran a great half marathon in these after only 10 miles wear. The uppermost part of the shoe around the tongue could be softer and would feel better if so.
17 February 2014
Quick, light, responsive running shoe.
I have the newest Adidas (Adios Boost and Spring Blades) and Under Armour running shoes, and honestly, the Adios Boost is my favorite pair. This is a comfortable, stable, light shoe for sprinting. I have a super fun run every time I lace these babies up! I just ordered a second pair due to the great looks of this shoe; I will have one for running and one just to rock about town.
08 April 2014