I've been a runner since high school and am now nearly 65. Thus, I have worn hundreds of different shoes over the decades. I've been a big fan of the Supernova Cushion and Glides (although the Glide 5 was a dud# and have gone through numerous pairs. But this new Glide 6 is just possibly the best shoe I have ever tried #trying to resist hyperbole). Love the very natural feel and especially the forefoot cushioning. My feet really love them. If there is any room for improvement, I think it might help to have a slightly wider toe box. Even so, they felt just a little narrow when I first put them on, but during the runs, no problem. Good work, Adidas.
I'm a 32DD and ordered the Medium, afraid I might really need a Large, but I'm glad I got the Medium. I didn't feel smushed in place, and I didn't have the dreaded uniboob. Later I wore it to my martial arts class and felt held in place, but very mobile. I'll be buying more!
Neutral: runners dream. Shoe feels very light and I can feel the boost technology! I intend to use this for a milage shoe, though recently race a 10k on a very wet day - felt great. Grip: Continental rubber is PERFECT, gives you the edge in wet conditions. Size: Wearing a half size makes this shoe fit perfectly! Support/ cusioning: As a neutral / fore/ midfoot runner it's got what you need for more milage than a racing flat - which is what I bought the shoes for. Fit: Feel the shoe gives great support gripping the ankle. The top of the foot feels secure and feet are a good fit. Lacing: Allows you to get a snug fit without constricting your feet. Top Material: GREAT! Previous shoes have had mesh and have generally ripped along sides (not because of wide feet).
I have been doing Insanity and was using 3 or 4 sports bras, just to keep "them" from moving so much. I read a review that said she was a size D or so and that she fit a Medium, so I figured since I'm a C, I would as well, but the bra is a bit snug on me. Despite the fact that its a bit troublesome to get on, I am not going to return it because it keeps "them" in place with all the jumping that I do in my workouts. It doesn't bother me at all when I jump, like it did with my other sports bras. I figure once I slim down some more, I won't have to struggle to get in/out of the bra. I plan on ordering more too. Love this bra!
It is hard to decide which shoe is better, the Glide Boost 6's, or the Sequence 7's. The unsung hero of both models is the breathable mesh. The mesh is great for longer runs and is very comfortable. The reason why the Sequence 7's are so good is because they are great stability shoes. They do what they are designed to do. They are not as cushy as the Glide Boosts, but they promote a smoother ride for overpronators. Once you get going, the cushion is where it needs to be. I bought the black/infrared pair and fell in love, but once Adidas released the navy blue, that was right down my alley! For those that were expecting a bouncier step, I would recommend the Energy Boosts (for skinnier feet) or the Adistar Boosts (for anyone). The Adistar Boosts covers the most range of applications. If you're looking for a relatively light stability trainer, get the Sequence 7's. Adidas has definitely improved upon the mistakes they made with the Sequence 6's.
Stylish with a comfortable fit, but great for all women who can't get away with wearing a flimsy little compression bra that are so prominent or refuse to wear three bras just to hold themselves in during a workout. Bought for cheerleading practice and running at the track!
I haven't worn an Adidas shoe for YEARS. Don't know why I stopped but when I ran my marathon and realized SEVERAL toenails turned black, I knew it was time for a change. I'm so glad I went back to my Adidas roots: these shoes are incredibly comfortable and roomy in the toe box. I am a "chi runner" that's not ready to make the total switch to barefoot running. These shoes give lots of cushion in the mid-foot and allow you to feel the surface below your feet...I honestly think my stride will improve while wearing these because I can (for the first time) feel my "toe off." Other shoes I have worn: Brooks Glycerin 11, Saucony Kinvara 4, Saucony Glide. Miles / week: 30-35.
In short: the Boost Seq7 runs like a lighter weight motion control shoe. Very secure and not very cushioned. I've run in the Seq7 4 times since getting them 2 weeks ago. I also run in pairs of Seq6 and Seq5. The Seq7 is the lightest, and best fitting, but LEAST cushioned of these. Adidas has dropped the weight big-time from the Seq5 and fixed the sloppy/loose heel issue with the Seq6 but the switch from Adiprene+ to Boost makes the shoe LESS cushioned underfoot. As a larger runner, I was hoping for just the opposite.
This is one of my favorite sports bras. I run 35-40 miles per week and never have any problems with it. I'm small-busted, so I don't know how well it would work for larger-busted women, but it provides the perfect combination of fit, coverage, and support. Plus it's super cute.
I would recommend trying these in store to decide which size you want because the calf band does not stretch much. The medium was too tight at the calves even though everything else was good. I ran in them anyway, but would have been more comfortable had I bought a large. I like the design and the waist band is really awesome and did not move and sat at a comfortable spot.
I have purchased this sports bra in size 6. Undoubtedly stylish. Loving the bright vivid yellow. However, it is not that comfortable as the lining is not smooth. I find the padding to be a bit thin and it creases as I am small busted, 32A. It may be due to the length of the straps being a bit long. A thicker padding or adjustable straps would make this sports bra perfect.
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.
So comfortable! I'm a small fit (10A) and the size 8 fitted perfectly. Has the right amount of padding to prevent the awkward high beam situation. I have one in black... very excited about adding pink to my collection!
I was looking for a shoe to replace my all time favorite Supernova Sequence 5 because the Sequence 6's were not my cup of tea. I bought the Energy Boosts, which were great for walking, but the Techfit material fit too snug around the toe box area for me. The Supernova Glide 6 Boost are a perfect combination of the true Supernova upper mesh with the cushy Boost foam technology. I normally wear stability shoes, which is why I like the Sequence 5's, but the Supernova Glide 6 Boosts have enough support for my overpronation. This shoe is great for anybody! If you run at a faster pace, these shoes are a great trainer. The Adios Boosts are lighter and sleeker for faster paced runners. You won't be disappointed by the Supernova Glide 6 Boost.
Since buying the original energy boost I have been really looking forward to the new Glide with a more traditional upper. However, although it's a nice shoe it feels a bit firmer and a bit clunky, it doesn't have that fun, slightly magical feel that the original boost has. The most comfortable traditional upper I find is the Nike Pegasus so this slightly scratchy lesser quality was a little surprising and the firmer less bouncy feel was a bit disappointing too. It's a heavier shoe but maybe the extra support would be better for a longer race, on the other hand you are carrying the extra weight on your feet which could take its toll over a long course. As ever the sizing is a slight issue and I was torn between 10.5 and 11 (other shoes I'm a 10) and eventually decided on the 11 but I need to have a much longer run to decide for sure so will annoyingly have to return these and re-purchase from a running shop which offer a 28 day return so you can properly road test them (which adidas don't which is understandable but a bit frustrating) I really wanted the new Glide Boost to be perfect for me but they just don't feel quite right, no doubt a few versions down the line they might be. So I'm still looking for my London Marathon shoe, I'll maybe look at the new Mizuno Wave Rider 17 or stick with the original energy boost.