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One of the best racing flats I've ever used. Normally would use the Adios, but this is a much more aggressive and ideal for racing rather than training. Works equally well for track sessions, mile reps and road running up to 10k. The black / white colour way makes this standard out as a really classy looking racer. Boost cushioning has only improved the takumi sen 3 over the 2 to just add that little bit of support. Grips well thanks to the continental rubber sole so fine to use in slippy conditions.
Very lightweight but still the right level of support for me. Feel responsive to the ground, great for road running but also weren't too slippery on some wet grass and mud so could imagine using them for most races. Went for my actual size as I normally do in Adidas, and they were just right. Like many adidas shoes I would class them as slightly narrow, which suits me fine. Arrived very quicklly, even though got them personalised with writing.
These shoes have a great look about them and are so light weight, great for running! However they are a very shallow shoe, so for someone like myself who needs to wear orthotic insoles whilst running, I would not recommend these trainers as the insoles don't sit well in them and your foot may slip out, but if you're blessed with not having problem feet, get these trainers!
Simply put my favourite running shoe. Happy to run 5k or a marathon in them. From the moment I put them on they feel like an extension of your feet.
Very lightweight and great fit. Designed with good ventilation in mind too. Inner key pocket this time has velcro to keep it closed - a nice idea.
Shoes were a little narrow but overall were a good all round shoe. A lot more purple than the photo suggests
I run two marathons per year, one in the spring and one in the fall each year. My shoe is the adios. That shoe was moved to boost technology. I purchased my first pair in early 2014, orange and silver, started experiencing slight knee discomfort after my first run, but I thought it was a running technique issue. I raced one marathon in those shoes. Purchased a second, same issue although not as bad. My current pair, purchased in Feb 2015, have caused even more knee discomfort. I wish there was an adios option without boost technology. Otherwise, I'm afraid I am going to move to another shoe maker. I would like to avoid because all my running apparel (running shorts, short and long-sleeve running shirts, socks, pants, jackets, gloves, beanies) are also adidas.
I have ran around 100km in these shoes so far and compared to the ultraboosts, they have more structure and support for a mid to forefoot striker. The sole also seems much more durable than the ultraboosts and they are significantly lighter.
For me, right out the box these shoes were built for heavy duty enjoyment, and they proved themselves. The gator keeps dirt, etc, out the shoe avoiding blisters on those long cross country runs.
I ordered a 4.5 instead of UK 5 due to another review. They fit week but I think a 5 would have been fine also. They are bouncy and lightweight and super comfy. The colours are great and you can wear with jeans and of course for training.
I had to go up a size from my last pair of adidas shoes which means they are a tiny bit too wide
The original adizero shoes were a favourite of mine. Then came boost, which made me switch to adidas completely. The combination of both is awesome; the nostalgia of the old shoes coupled with boost technology!
I bought these for my shorter races - 5k to 10k and I do think they fit the bill perfectly. They are light enough without sacrificing all comfort (which a person of my age appreciates). The colour layout is stunning - yellow, black with silver logos is just great. Comfortable right out of the box
First impressions on picking up these trainers were “would a trainer that feels so light provide enough cushion on a run ?” Answer, yes. For someone who has a heavy heel strike, I was wary of using them on anything longer than around 6 miles given the minimalist nature of the sole, but after a few short ones, decided to give them a go over 10 miles. The heel however, absorbed the impact and it felt as though you were sinking into the sole, (this might not feel right to those who like a firmer impact with the ground). A few more long runs later and there are still no problems. I also found that on the longer runs, the feet were able to stay a lot cooler than in other trainers, and didn’t start to create hot spots like some other trainers have done but again, this doesn’t happen to everybody. How much benefit the “boost” system gave, I couldn’t really say, but it only added to the comfort of the shoe itself. Slightly narrow fit, so decide if you are going to wear socks or not before buying, and if you are going to wear socks, maybe go ½ a size up so they don’t feel too tight over the bridge of the foot. Certainly a good shoe for short to mid distance, but I haven’t used them on anything over half marathon distance yet (I’m waiting for my revenergy’s to fall apart first) but I dare say that they will be up to the distance and cause no problems.
Great feel and comfort but just take a close look at the sole and then run you just know they will never last for proper running. Shame because they do look great.
Nice Shoes I outgoing to de gym with my shoes thanks
Love the shoe, but as many others had commented, it runs 1/2 size small.
As mentioned by other reviewers and, as the name suggests, this is an extremely light shoe. Ideal for 5-10km treadmill running. I tend to use other shoes when running on concrete but I imagine these would cope just fine if required. Feet stay cool so you may want to consider using another shoe when the weather turns cold... I found my size 10 was a little narrow but these can be worn without socks so not a real problem. Only used a few times so I can't say how durable they are at the moment but they feel solid enough.
Great racing shorts, super light, wish I'd found out about these sooner.
I love the boost series and this is another great addition. I went true to size when i probably should have went half a size up as the shoe is really snug on foot.
Very nice styling. Love the colour. Goes perfect with "The Dress". Haven't test these on a run yet, but they are extremely comfortable to walk in all day. Nice!
Shoes have "lots of bounce', very comfortable fit. Took them on my morning jog yesterday morning & felt like I was running on springs <lol>
I've owned two pairs of these and put 600km through them. I have quite wide feet and they come up quite narrow. This means that my outside (little) toes rub holes in the mesh very quickly - like 200-300km quickly. Its a really design flaw and happens all too readily. Knit-like construction does seem to help so the Ultra Boost will be worth a try. Also, on longer runs my particular pronation caused the inner sole to move slightly creating a ridge inside on the outer edge which, during a marathon, was uncomfortable. This isn't easy to correct, the second pair I had hasn't done this quite so often on longer runs. However, these shoes have given me PBs in 5k to marathon distance and their light construction has improved my cadence and reduced my fatigue. I'm not a great mid-foot striker, I still favour heel when tired, but I do think the Boost has given me a little less fatigue than I'd normally expect. Tread-wise, nothing has been grippier on wet tarmac (ashphalt) concrete or paving slabs. You can run with confidence in damp and greasy conditions. I have done some light trail running in these too (coastal paths, canal paths and disused rail lines) and generally if it's not too rocky (where the lack of strength in the upper causes you to turn an ankle) they're absolutely fine. In short, a good recommendation for long-distance training and even the shorter stuff but you'll get longer wear from them if your feet are narrow and if you have a more truly neutral style.
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.
Adidas Adios Boost 2.0 might be the best running shoes I've ever had. They are light and tight, there is just the right amount of cushioning and the outsole is great. That being said, they are not perfect. The inner material could be better or there could be lining. Now it is almost impossible to run without any socks. Especially the inner part of the toe box area has pretty harsh seams.