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I love Stella McCartney's line of clothing and shoes. I already two pairs of Barricade, and wanted a pair of black ones. I ordered the same size as my other shoes, and they fit perfectly. Good support, and love the "Stella McCartney" detail at the back. Shoe laces stay tied, and don't get loose, no need for double knot. This isn't a shoe made specifically for tennis, like the Barricade, but I still played on the court with them, and felt secure in a fast paced game.
Super comfortable and looks really good on. Well done adidas!!
I brought these trainers for my husband for his birthday and I did go up half a size after reading other reviews and they were perfect. My husband loves them and the personalisation was a fab touch and they arrived within 3 days!
I've only been to the gym and used them once. Very comfy and felt like I've worn them longer.
Been running on the Adios for years. Can't wait to try the new V3.0 product.
My son is a size 6, so i bought, 6, 6.5 and 7.. Lucky I did!, He needed the 7!. I love that adidas offer free delivery and returns! making ordering different sizes affordable. slightly concerned that the postage cost they pay from germany to the UK and back again would cost them more than the profit on the shoes though? These Adios Boost 2's are perfect for the track or shorter distances when you need a little more support for regular training. The grip is exceptional too. Really impressed with this shoe and will look for a pair for myself now!
A great shoe - much better looking than as portrayed online and an amazing buy on sale.
Initially I loved this shoe I felt planted to the ground and moved extremely well on the court. It was almost my favorite shoe of all time. However... My knees really started to hurt after a few sessions on the court. I'm 35 years old and still play very hard but I wish I had younger knees so I could give this shoe 5 stars.
Really nice shoes equal to or better than the jordans. Would recomend!
This is the second pair of Adios Boost's I've bought. They are light but offer great support. The continental Tyre grip is long lasting, even after 400 miles. I have worn them for speed work and long runs out in the countryside.
its worth spending this much . the look is very nice and it fits perfectly
Fantastic customer experience, quality product, delivered quickly, no fuss. My son loves them!!!
Ordered a womens US size 7 cause that's what I am in all of my Adidas sneakers. These ones were a touch too long, Really comfortable but felt that little bit too big. Ended up exchanging for the US 6.5, a little more snug all round, with a bit of wear have stretched to be perfect. Both sizes were good, size & more comfortable, but I hate when my sneakers are too long and goofy feeling!
I've had Adidas Adizero runners going back over a number of years now, from Adizero Pro, Feathers, Adios etc. To me they represent the best in design while integrating a range of innovative but tested Adidas technologies. (If you are curious about the integrity with which the shoes are initially designed, look up a documentary by Adidas/SIZE called Mr. Omori. It can be found online.) Now, in my opinion, these particular shoes represent, at this time, the ultimate culmination in running shoe technology at the present time for a mid-distance (ca. 10K) minimal racing flat. If you are deciding to go minimal you've probably already weighed the pros and cons of that philosophy so I won't go into that. Ok, so from the bottom up: The outsole of the shoe is comprised of a ring of Continental rubber (a company known for their high quality tires) around a bunch of funny looking dots. These dots are small, street-and-track-suitable 'cleats', the result of affixing pieces of plasticized rubber onto softer rubber onto foam. They offer good traction on softer surfaces yet are remarkably durable for prolonged use on concrete, much to my surprise. At the very back a decoupled heel to more flexibly absorb heelstrikes. Through the arch there is a symmetrical torsion 'bar', which allows the heel and forefoot to move independently while remaining stable. The midsole is, through the heel and arch a layer of sturdy yet absorbing adiprene; in the forefoot, a layer of adiprene and Boost material. Boost is a bouncy material which, in my opinion, is meant to simulate a synthetic track on your foot. It is very soft and can be unstable, but the subtle use here offers its benefits--ultra-light, soft and springy--without its flaws. The upper is an ultra-light mesh with reinforcing materials at toe, mid-foot and heel--seems to me like a synthetic suede similar to what I have encountered on Adidas boxing shoes. This 'suede' is light-weight and much more durable than it would seem. The heel has a very secure, wrap around plastic insert to help with stability. All of these technologies, already proven in other shoes, along with their subtle and thoughtful implementation, for me make these shoes the ideal lightweight flat for track and street. As for size, I have a wide foot, almost always wear a 9.5US in Adidas (I can fit snugly in a 9 or loosely in a 10 as well) and these are no different. They do seem slightly, maybe a 1/8" smaller than others like a Boston 5; the way in which the upper is laid out, however, allows for the foot to stretch through mesh via various accommodations. Also, they look great. Thanks for reading.
exactly what i wanted. Adidas has never disappointed me.
Definitely need to go 1 size up. Very light runners, very comfortable. Keep to the paved paths though as not so chunky. Would have been good if available in colours other than black.
Love the trainers really classy looking.better to go half size bigger as small made for Adidas tho
Great light shoes, very comfortable, but not durable at all. The light mesh will detach from the front very quickly as soon as you accumulate some mileage. A shame.
I love the support and comfort these shoes provide. Initially I preferred these shoes to all previous purchases. However, I am disappointed by the lack of durability in the sole of the shoe. I have owned these for less than two months and for the past week and a half the sole has been worn through on my primary foot. I play tennis 10-12 hrs a week on hard courts. I guess if you play even half as frequently as that you would be better served by the Barricade shoes which are guaranteed for 6 months.
The shoes look great, feel good and are well priced. If you are looking for a solid pair of sneakers for all-round use and basketball they are a good choice.
Very comfortable show and pretty lightweight. I love the BOOST cushioning.
Just finished a run in these, and they fly. Fast but with a bid of support, nice feel and traction on some wet surfaces. Only complaint is they fit 1/4 size smaller than what I am used to. Ok for flat and uphills, but could be problems on downhill courses. May consider a 1/2 size up in the future, but overall pleased with these.
I recently decided that I would buy some new shoes to help me keep fit during my studying at university. I have suffered with knee problems for the last few years after a minor injury, and would get knee aches after long periods of running, so did my research into finding a supportive shoe to avoid the knee aches I got in previous running shoes. These shoes provide great stability and support that I need and I have now avoided any knee pains whatsoever, and whilst being very supportive the shoe is also extremely lightweight and comfortable, and the Boost soles give an amazing bounce, much greater than all other previous shoes I've owned. I would highly recommend this shoe to any type of runner, the Boost soles especially are a must for anyone!
These trainers are everything you could want in a running trainer, they are light and fit perfectly, the laces are long enough to double know so they don't come undone when running, and they have Continental soles (tyre maker) so I thinking ideal for wet weather. I love these trainers and am glad that I made purchase.
When I received the shoes I thought they sent me and empty box. These shoes are lighter than my old Adizero Boston shoes that they replace. The support feels concentrated in the middle of the forefoot. This is where I aim to land my strides. I like the bias cutout on the heel. If you do have a heel landing this shape will have the heel to road contact area almost parallel, so your foot does not get twisted. The laces and the overall shape are almost identical to the Adizero Boston so these too allow a perfect snug fit, but the Adios may even be better than their predecessors.