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If you are looking for a lightweight running shoe for speed work, tempo and 10km-42km racing, you've found the shoe. The fit is great from toe box, mid foot and heel is great. Would recommend for more efficient heel strikers and male runners on the slimmer side.
Very responsive shoes. Ideal training shoes for steadies and long runs (for me up to 15 miles) at relatively high pace. Also goes really well together with the Adios 3, which pushes you forward a little more. Do come a little small, so order half a size bigger than you are used to. The outsole seems to be quite durable, protecting the boost foam and they seem to last longer than comparable training shoes like the NB Zante. This is my second pair, and I have to say I am pretty pleased.
Got these because I LOVE the boost sole from Adidas. However, I went a 1/2 size up on them (which seems to be necessary for Adidas in general) and they were *still* super tight. Can't lace them up tight for my runs, otherwise my feet just start throbbing. As for the material, they don't seem as high quality as other shows that cost around that amount.
Great pair with quality materials. Boost provides the best cushioning out of any runner brands. 10/10 would buy again. Called friends telling them if they don't have these yet, then they need to purchase a pair. Boost is the best. Plan on qualifying for Boston my next marathon in these. Make you run faster and jump higher. Lightweight, breathable, Adidas you did it again. A+ pair, the best runner I've ever owned.
A very versatile shoe. These shoes adapt well to long runs as tempo runs. They are a little narrow, but I like that. I will use these shoes in my next two marathons. Will be wearing Boston shoes in Boston.
The fact that this is the second pair of Boston boost5 that I purchased, has to be a good sign. I really like the shoes and use them both for running and work. I work in healthcare; I find that the shoes don't weigh my feet down or give me heavy limbs at the end of a day of standing and walking a lot. Now I have one pair for running and one pair for work! If I have to name one minus: they are not great at durability; my first pair is showing quite a bit of wear. But I find that for me, the comfort outweighs this by far.
I'm a big fan of the adizero line. This will be my fourth pair. I currently have the Bostons as well as the Adios 3s. While I do enjoy the Bostons, I'd recommend paying the extra change for the Adios 3s. The shoes are similar but the Adios' offer a comfort fresh out the box that is hard to replicate. Just my feet and I's opinion.
Been using all 5 versions of the Boston as my general trainer for steady and some tempo runs for some years now and the Boston Boost 5 has been favourite and am now onto my 9th pair with up to 500 miles per pair. They provide a good balance between being fairly light and fairly flexible whilst some providing decent cushioning. As somebody with long and narrow feet they fit well width wise although have always felt could do with them being a fraction longer but at UK 12.5 I have no bigger choices and anyway I've not had any problems with blisters. Prefer a lighter and more responsive shoe like the Adios for racing and interval sessions but as a general trainer I will miss these if the scarity of supply now suggests these are being discontinued.
I bought a couple of pairs of these while training and running the London marathon. I always buy adidas as being a narrow fit these are ideal. I did have to go up a size in these (probably a combination of being slightly smaller fit and feet expanding during training). These are a light weight trainer, so ideal for marathons.
When is a size 9 not a nine? when you order from adidas. I have been a size nine for more than 20 years since my feet stopped growing and have purchased shoes on this basis without any problems until adidas decided for no apparent reason to change this well understood system? Apparently my feet have grown half a size (or even a full size according to reviews) without me realising and now I should be purchasing a completely a different size apparently? absolutely ridiculous!!
When it is time for speed training, the option is limited. Boston boost looks much better than adios boost, provide better cushioning for everyday training, and only 0.1 ounce heavier. Yes the fit is narrow, but narrow is good for speed.
I gave these a good try out today. They are featherweight, and fit really well. They also look good. Pros: Really light Very comfortable Sleek looking shoe Mesh upper allows for great airflow Cons: You will need to order a full size bigger (I'm normally a UK10, but needed a UK11, which fit perfectly) Arch support isn't great, especially if you're an overpronator like me I would definitely recommend this product.
I use the Boston Boost for training runs from 5 miles to 20+ miles. (I tend to race in the Adios version). The shoes are light weight and comfortable, although due to the narrow fitting I get the next size up (EU size 44 instead of 43). Boost cushioning and grip is great. (I am a neutral foot type and these shoes suit me fine - I prefer them to the more cushioned Glide Boost, which feel a little clumpy for me).
I purchased these as I couldn't afford the ultra boost and overall theyare good running shoes. They have an amazing soft, light feel when you wear them, but they are a little too narrow if you have wide feet. They are not as good or comfortable as the energy boost that I've owned previous to these, but they are good. I would recommend them to anyone who has narrow feet.
I struggle finding a shoe that fits my narrow heel and large arch and thanks to adidas Boston I found the perfect shoe. I have logged over 350 miles and they are only just now showing some age. Provides great cushioning for midfoot to forefoot striker like myself and a comfortable fast ride for those longer 15-20 mile training runs. recommended for a solid neutral probation and efficient runner!
I ran in a high profile event aired on tv and used a different brand ✅ they almost crippled me so I have gone back with the boost. These Boston Boost feel like I'm floating. I ran my best time over 5k. I always buy a size up with adidas and that always works for me. My overpronator feet love this shoe. 5stars adidas from you saved the day!
I did few runs so far and have to say that these shoes are incredible. Perfectly fit my feet, they are light, stable and comfortable. No blisters! Love them! I highly recommend Bostons especially for longer runs.
I really love the way these shoes feel, underneath. They give me a firm, responsive run, but still do a great job dissipating road-shock... my legs feel fine after a longer run, which isn't always true when it comes to firm riders. My only complaint is that they run narrow. I've resorted to using thin socks, which helps. Adidas fixed the "narrow" problem with their Adios 3's, so hopefully they'll do the same when they release the Boston 6's.
I have found this a surprisingly light shoe to run in but still with plenty of cushion. A reasonably comfortable fit although there is a little discomfort from the tongue but I am hoping this will soften and disappear. A good looking shoe, so not just for running but also casual wear.
I love these shoes, have been through a lot of trainers in trying to find the one, but these are the perfect mix of lightweight, but not too minimal. I wear them for racing and my long runs. However, adidas do come up quite narrow so if you've wide feet they might not suit you.
I bought these runners as I'm taking part in the London / New York Marathons this year and wanted a lightweight but durable shoe that would be able to last for longer distances. I researched various shoes and decided to give the adizero Boston Boost a try. I took them out for a 7 mile test run and found them to be very responsive when running on road and offered good support, especially as I'm constantly running on concrete. I found them to be very lightweight but at the same time supportive with a good heel support at the back. The only criticism I have is they are slightly narrow but I'm hoping this will become less of a problem once they have been worn in a bit more.
To say I've run mine thru the gauntlet now would be underselling it. I've now put mine thru a half marathon, an exceptionally wet, muddy, and rocky, mountain-trail race and too many 5k/10k's to count and they're still holding up (albeit with a 2" tear running parallel along the seam from shoe to sole). Not to mention they've been my daily trainer all the way thru. You'll get much more use out of them as a true neutral mid foot striker, but they have enough cushion on the tail end in case you do heel strike. They're just not the super cushiony shoe some are looking for. Great shoe for a more efficient runner. Not quite the entry shoe for someone just getting into running, or a heavier set person, though
I'm new in this world of marathons... After run some half marathons I started in the London virgin money my adidas experience and .. What can I say.. It was awesome!!.. But now with the Boston 5 I've found my second skin on my foot. I recommend to anyone jump onto this model.. Light,smooth,flexible......response
I bought these to replace my ageing adizeros ( I can't remember the model name) which have served me very well for treadmill and ad hoc runs, as well as general gym use. The aesthetics are superb , as is the weight of the shoe, and more importantly the FEEL of the shoe. However, I had to send them back because I know my feet have somehow grown half a size ( approx) at some point in the last few years ( from 11 to 11.5 or possibly even more). So although. I ordered a 12, they were just a little pinchy on the feet overall. I have no idea how long they'd last on outdoor runs, but I will add that the adizero range in general are very durable and these particular shoes could probably be worn out and about in a metropolitan environment ( e.g. NYC, LONDON, etc) , so you can get a lot of value out of them.
The shoes fit great right out of the box. No need to break them in unless you are training for a race. The shoes are light enough for interval and tempo runs and long runs that need some tempo. I'd recommend these shoes for more efficient runners who don't pronate too much.