This is my first pair of shoes from Adidas with the boost tech and will not be my last. The shoes are a tiny bit on the narrow side, but expected for runners. Extremely comfortable, well made, and very comfortable. You feel the boost with every stride.
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.
The adidas Pure Boost ZG Prime is carefully engineered with a Primeknit upper giving the shoe a more fluid feel and comfortable fit. Visibly, the molded eyestay gives the shoe a more dynamic fit that hugs your foot like a second skin. Natural fit, plus the EVA outsole, offers a smooth ride along with the comfortable Boost cushioning. Again, you can’t ever go wrong with Boost.
Only done a couple of short runs in these so far but they are a great fit. Could be a little more snug in the heel which some people prefer but I don't mind a little bit of movement. Feel great under foot and hold firm across the arch.
I am very pleased with this product,I did choose the wrong colour but in spite of that I really do like them, I have found that because I have a problem with my knees, that these shoes have helped and make walking a lot easier.
The quality of the shoe felt cheaply made, I was disappointed in the quality of the shoe. The shoes are also not true to size they 1/2 to a full size smaller. I would not recommend this shoe for the price.
My Pure Boost ZG's were incredible straight out of the box. No need to wear them in, microwave, etc.. really no tricks needed to make these fit because this shoe is, like they say, a sock with soles. The appearance is outstanding, they can easily be worn on casual and recreational occasions not just when running. They have quickly become my go to pair of shoes, looks great, feels great, what more could you ask for? Only note of criticism I have is the inside stitching seems like it could be reduced to provide an even more seamless feeling. Adidas has done it again.
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 bought the shoes thinking they were the primeknit version, even though it says primeknit. These shoes are made out of a mesh although they are extremely comfortable I would prefer the primeknit uppers any day.
Great design. Tested it out on a run; lightweight, shapes comfortably to your feet, good support for the knees, boost technology does not let down. Plus nice style, perfect to wear at any time. Overall, awesome pair of shoes!
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.
Seems to me this shoe is an update, or variant, on Adidas' Feather range of shoes. It has a similar profile and footprint compared to some recent Feather models I have. It has features typical of the entire range of Adizero prodcuts, as well: the lightweight, faux-suede trim at points where one usually encounters wear on the upper, an adiwear outsole (which is probably the least durable of the outsoles one can find on Adidas shoes, but it the most lightweight so a trade off,) and a lightweight mesh upper. The Boost in the forefoot here is a good feature if you run on your forefoot as that hard impact is absorbed and quickly snapped back when you step off it into your next stride; on the other hand, I feel as if the Boost actually saps some potential energy if you land on your heel and roll through the forefoot, kind of like stepping in sand, as the impact and launch off aren't as quick, direct and impactful as from a forefoot strike (in other words, you loose that snappy bounce and instead it becomes mushy.) Another feature which may or may not be great is the lining around the collar and tongue: it's a waffle-like cotton-y material like a henley thermal shirt. It is good if you run barefoot, as it can absorb some sweat and reduce irritation on the ankle but it isn't durable enough to stand up to rubbing against socks and is also simply redundant if one is wearing socks.
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 pronate so I usually purchase new balance to protect my knees when I run but with these shoes I have protection and comfort at r the same time , it feels like your running in space, wonderful product I will get some more but different colors to match my outfit for that day, adidas has always made better products than the competition hands down
I purchased the pure boost prime knit zg before buying the non prime knit and for some reason the soul comfort level were way different. The prime knit are way cushy and the comfort level can't be beat. The non prime knit are still comfortable just not near the level of the prime knit. And it's the souls not the prime knit that is the difference. I would so recommend the prime knit but not the non prime knit.
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!
First, good job Adidas!! Pure boost right now is one of my best purchase. Soft, comfortable like a sock. supportive and flexible, most important, perfect choice not just for running, but also for daily wearing.
I waited for an extended amount of time, longer than the shipping said it would take. So I was very excited for these shoes, the moment I got them I put them on. Loved how they felt and everything, but 2 days later I find a huge rip near the bottom of the laces. The quality of this shoe is the worst Ive every gotten honestly, no other shoe has really ripped like this for me.
got these for the looks alone - as they look great. easily one of the most comfiest trainers i own. got nothing but compliments from friends. great fit too considering i have slightly wide feet. not ran in them, so can't comment.
I just purchased these shoes 2 weeks ago. Comfortable wearing with sock-like type of shoe. And boost technology is greater than I expected, it's like lifting your feet and going around by this pair of shoes brings comfort to my feet.
Had these for a few weeks now and done a fair bit or running in them. They are very comfortable and do provide good shock absorbsion. Only slight niggle is the effort it takes to actually get them on as they are of the 'sock' type design and can't just be slipped into. Anyway, so far so good....
Really nice kicks. Light as a feather, very comfortable, and good looking. The description advised to get a half size up from your normal shoe size, and it was spot on. I have wide feet and found these shoes accommodated them well. The woven upper keeps the feet cool, but only from the top. The soles of my feet still sweat a lot from underneath, which may have something to do with the inner sole. But thats if I'm being ultra picky. I bough these for my journey to work primarily, and they are very cosy for bounding around on the London Underground, next week I'm gonna go running in them proper, and if they pass that test I'll be buying another pair.
The sole of shoe is great but when it comes to any other are the shoes fail dramatically. The shoes are extremely uncomfortable, u cant do the one thing in them for which they are made "Running". As soon as you start to run the sides of the shoes tightens the grip with each step making it an extremely uncomfortable experience.
I brought these trainers wanting the comfort of the Ultra Boosts but didn't want to pay as much. Overall very happy with my purchase. I spent a weekend on holiday walking around in these trainers and they were really comfortable and made walking a lot less tiring on my feet. The construction of the shoes is solid and the reflective stripes are a nice touch. I would recommend these trainers to anyone looking for Adidas trainers with pureboost technology.
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.