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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!!
Absolutely perfect! Two layer shorts eliminate the need to wear undies. The inner compression tights run a bit longer (than the shorts) on the thighs (end up on top of the knees). The adidas logo is right in front of the thigh (and not on the side like the other shorts). They are very comfortable and light. I wish the compression tights were climacool, meaning there were some ventilation down there. After a wash, they obviously take longer to dry. Very happy with the purchase. Highly recommended.
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!
the most comfortable tennis footwear, perfectly fits, allows to increase top performance, great ankle support extremely light and helps to move fast.
Bought it because the color and the design are so unique even I have three tennis shoes already. Played tennis twice already, and love it. When I played with new shoes in the past, I felt they are tight here or there, never quite right. But not this pair. I like it so much I want to buy some other colors. But unfortunately it looks like they only have one color for this style.
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.
Great preformance, just make sure you tie them tight or you'll experience some heel slippage. I changed my insole to a thicker one and that took the shoe from good to great
I buy basketball shoes to hoop not to rock with jeans. Tried this for a Thursday night scrimmage game and they delivered. Very light as advertised, true to size, and nice traction even on dusty indoor floor. You're not going to find a lighter low top shoe within this price range. I like them so much I'm putting a different color on my xmas list.
lighter than expected, the boost sole is stiffer than i tought, great shoe
I really like this adizero tennis shirt. This is similar to the previous model (which was again individually hand/machine painted). Very light and soft on skin; only a touch on the loose side. I bought a blue and gray one and the color is as it appears on the website.
Vert light, Heel is firm ( more Than i expected because of the boost ) Overall great shoe
its worth spending this much . the look is very nice and it fits perfectly
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.
Very light and very comfortable although I had to go up half a size to get the right fit. They are fairly narrow and with a little support so feel and look great.
Traction: not bad. Doesn't squeak but reasonable on clean courts. Cushioning: sick in the heel. Pretty good in forefoot. Fit: hard to get completely tight in foretold due to slippery laces and flexible primeknit material. Straps help a bit.
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.