Adidas Adios Boost

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  • Thanks Gareth, think ill go for the 9.5 then. 

    I stepped up from the 9.5 Adios 2 as the toe box was too narrow so if that is now wider then hopefully the 9.5 Boost will be good. 

  • Lots of flexibility in the toe area. I went for a 10.5 and I'm normally a 10 and there is plenty of room.

  • So are most people going 1/2  size down in comparison to their regular Adios size? I take a 10.5 in my regular adios 2s (which feel snug) and a 10 in regular running shoes (Saucony triumph). I have quite a narrow foot and the Adios 2s fit me like a glove and I would quite like to get a similar fit in the boosts.

     

    Thanks for your help

  • As an extra note I just had an email back from Sweatshop who said that the fit is the same on the boost and non-boost versions of the Adios..... the plot thickens!

  • I noticed that at the Bupa Manchester Run Wilson Kipsang had ditched the Adios Boost and reverted back to the Adios 2 since his run at VLM. 

  • How does the fit compare to the original adios?

    for nike/mizuno/ adidas I'm always the same size, but had to go up 1/2 a size for the original adios. 

    Never had the adios 2 as first yellow pair still going strong. 

  • From what I remember the Adios 1 and Adios 2 were the same for sizing. 

    The Boost are the same as the Adios 2 lengthwise but there's a lot more room in the toe box.

     

     

  • Ive been running in these for a couple of months now and have done a bit of a review on them if anyone is interested?

    http://www.triblogs.com/blog/twiggy/adios-boost-my-own-little-review?pid=2509

  • And here's mine: http://gearselected.com/adidas-adizero-adios-boost-review-vs-adios-2/

    It includes a section on my thoughts on sizing.

    Note: I'm a massive fan of the adios 2, but the adios boost trumps it in most areas apart from price.

  • Johnas wrote (see)

    I noticed that at the Bupa Manchester Run Wilson Kipsang had ditched the Adios Boost and reverted back to the Adios 2 since his run at VLM. 

    Methinks those were the original Adios in green. Noticed that he ran the GNR in them having worn Adios 2s in both the London Marathon and Olympics.

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