Adidas Shoes 2015

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Adidas Shoes 2015

$130 – For me, this is where Adidas’ serious running line truly starts. With the Glide 8 Adidas has constructed a very durable and high mileage ready neutral running shoe. At 10.5 ounces with a 10mm heel drop, this shoe outperforms many competitor’s premium shoes in this price range. Featuring Boost cushioning in the heel and forefoot, while augmented by adiPRENE, the Glide 8 has a soft but responsive ride which allows for faster paced running. Adidas also uses it’s Formation Mesh in the forefoot of the shoe which works for runners needing a wide toe box, and the overall fit and function of this shoe is phenomenal. Having worn the Supernova glide 7 a substantial amount, I’m happy to report that I was able to rack up over 1,000 miles on this shoe without feeling like the midsole was dead, and I had no holes or areas of high wear on the upper. If you’re looking for great value in a neutral, high cushioning running shoe, the Supernova Glide may be your best bet.
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Adidas Shoes 2015

Did adidas have the most successful year among any brand? While Nike and Jordan Brand’s sales figures may refute that claim, there’s no contesting the three stripes owning the headlines thanks to the the riveting Kanye West. He provided Boost a hip flavor by making the cushion technology a mainstay in his footwear, while the Ultra Boost and Energy Boost running shoes that he freely wore suddenly became useful for more than performance. Alongside Kanye’s efforts were some dope achievements by the Originals, Hoops, and Skateboarding categories, which round out this list of the best adidas sneakers of 2015. Stay tuned for the 20 Best Jordan Releases Of 2015 tomorrow.
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Adidas Shoes 2015

$180 – With the most Boost cushioning among Adidas stability shoes this is the same design as the Ultra Boost, but with medial posting aimed at adding some support for runners needing pronation control. The good news is that the medial posting tends to delay wear of the midsole and outsole, but the bad news is that the fit of the Ultra Boost ST is the same insecure fit of the regular Ultra Boost. If you’re looking for an Adidas model with structural support read on; the Supernova Sequence is one of the best supportive shoes on the market.
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Adidas Shoes 2015

Did adidas have the most successful year among any brand? While Nike and Jordan Brand’s sales figures may refute that claim, there’s no contesting the three stripes owning the headlines thanks to the the riveting Kanye West. He provided Boost a hip flavor by making the cushion technology a mainstay in his footwear, while the Ultra Boost and Energy Boost running shoes that he freely wore suddenly became useful for more than performance. Alongside Kanye’s efforts were some dope achievements by the Originals, Hoops, and Skateboarding categories, which round out this list of the best adidas sneakers of 2015.
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Adidas Shoes 2015

$180 – Initially advertised as the “Greatest Running Shoe Ever”, the Ultra Boost is a premium neutral running shoe that mostly prices itself out of the market by combining all of Adidas’ proprietary technologies into one shoe. Weighing in at 11.4 ounces with a 10mm heel drop, the Ultra Boost is also fairly clunky when compared to Adidas’ performance models. While the incredible amount of Boost midsole material combined with a flexible Primeknit upper feel like bedroom slippers in the house, the shallow toe box and insecure feel of the upper leave runners feeling vulnerable over the long haul. This is a shoe that seems to straddle the line between a “lifestyle” shoe which could be worn to the gym for light weight lifting versus a tried and true running shoe design.

Adidas Shoes 2015

$110 – The Adidas Vengeful is a light stability shoe debuting onto the running shoe scene and offers a comfortable amount of adidas’ boost foam in the midsole. The soft flexibility of the boost technology allows for a responsive ride and smooth transition from heel to forefoot as this shoe moves with my foot. It’s an excellent shoe for races of 10K on down despite the slightly heavier weight; it feels light, and I absolutely love the boost foam in the midsole. The flexible upper is minimal, and the lack of support shows as the run continues on toward double digits. The price is attractive for those used to a more expensive stability shoe yet is still an investment.
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Adidas Shoes 2015

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While this technology is great in theory, there have been some issues with overall volume in the toe box of Adidas’ shoes using Primeknit, primarily the Ultra Boost. Think of Primeknit as a one piece upper of tightly knit synthetic material which flexes and comforms to the foot. The advantage here is that the fit feels customized to the wearers’ foot and it decreases the risk of blisters and hotspots.
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$130 – Adidas combines their Boost midsole along with their Stable frame technology to create one of the most reliable stability shoes on the market. At 10.9 ounces with a 10mm heel drop the Supernova Sequence 9 features a mostly seamless upper with supportive heel cup, as well as medial posting and a torsion device which add ample stability without feeling too stiff. Boost foam in the heel as well as the midfoot make it hard to believe that this is a protective stability shoe, and the heel to toe transition and ride of the Supernova Sequence 9 is smooth with a snappy toe off.

$120 – The Boston is Adidas’ lightest and firmest shoe designed for daily training. At 8.8 ounces with a 10mm drop, the Boston 6 features a Boost midsole underneath a firmer layer of midsole foam that contributes to a firm and fast feel. The upper of the Boston 6 is newly redesigned and features Knitted Mesh which allows for a more customized fit as well as more room in the toe box. Many runners love the versatility and durability of this shoe as it can be worn for long runs, tempo workouts, as well as racing. Ultra runner Jim Walmsley even wore the Boston 6 for the 2016 Western States 100 mile trail race which he led in record time before famously taking a wrong turn at mile 93. This is a shoe I urge any neutral runner to try, and if lighterweight racing flats are too minimal for you to race in, consider the Boston 6 for your next marathon.
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$160 – The Takumi-Sen is a racing flat that was originally designed for the Japanese market and only made it over the United States in the last several years. One notable difference about the Takumi-Sen, and its rarely available cousin, the Takumi-Ren, is that they are designed on an Asian last which features a wider forefoot. The Takumi-Sen is Adidas’ lightest racing flat at 6 ounces and it features a lower 6mm heel drop. Additionally, Teijin Japanese mesh covers the upper which is extremely durable and lightweight. The cushioning is comprised of full length AdiLITE foam with a nice bit of Boost midsole foam in the forefoot making the Takumi-Sen ideal for forefoot strikers. The outsole of the Takumi-Sen is very grippy on the roads with the aim of providing ideal traction for fast efficient running. This really is a state of the art racing flat designed for serious runners looking for that extra edge in performance.
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Adidas Adizero Adios Best Price $110 – First released sometime around 2008 for legendary runner Haile Gebrselassie’s world marathon record attempt at Berlin, the original Adizero Adios was reissued to great fanfare. Some runners prefer the even firmer AdiPRENE midsole rather than the Boost material. Otherwise, the specs are identical to that of the Adios Boost 3 besides the overlays being ever so slightly different. A versatile shoe, the Adios was even worn by ultra runner Hal Koerner to win the 2012 Hardrock 100, arguably the steepest and most technical 100 mile trail races in the world. Runners liking a very firm race shoe may prefer this over the Adios Boost 3, but I think both need to be tried on and experienced. If you’re looking for a tried and true marathon race shoe, this model has a decade of excellence behind it.
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