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Last week I had been invited to San Francisco by Adidas to test out the latest offering from the sneaker manufacturer: the brand new women-specific Adidas Ultra Boost X ($180 in adidas.com, as well as footlocker.com, six02.com, roadrunnersports.com, along with other retailers). Think of it as the love child of the PureBoost X–the one with that cool-looking floating arch that launched last year along with also the three-year-old energy-returning Ultra Boost shape, hence the name: Ultra Boost X.Over a two-day interval, our group of 100 other editors, fitness influencers, and only all-around badass women from all over the globe made our way through many runs at the Adidas Ultra Boost X, each more epic than the next. I also took’em for a spin in New York once I returned in the West Coast, and also the weather was a doozy: a windy mixture of snow, sleet and rain.


    • Since the entire upper (sans laces) stretches to fit the foot, the heel enclosure sensed unlike many running shoes. The stretchiness of the material let for some”offer,” but the external heel counter kept my heel snug and comfortable. The heels moved with the fluid movement of this shoe, but it didn’t necessarily slip. The tab behind the heel works good for quickly pulling the shoe on and off (*cough triathlon cough*).Pictures of the Ultra Boost don’t do exactly the shoe justice. The Primeknit fabric has a much more”knit” look in person, and also the contrast between the big threads along with also the plastic styling is really a nice juxtaposition. The shoe’s color themes are conservative compared to industry trends (Adidas does provide some louder colors, though), a breath of fresh air in a market where every thing is neon and brightly colored. This brings up a design flaw, however: The Ultra Boost doesn’t have any reflective capabilities. Nonetheless, I have received several compliments about the tidy, monochromatic look of the shoe, and they feel as quick as they look.For a hefty cost of $180, what do you get? The Ultra Boost is a fast, dependable shoe quickly enough for race durable enough for coaching runs on town streets.


    • We’ll begin by noting that the Terrex Swift R2 feels a little stiff from the box and generally stays that way. The plan is fairly rigid overall, such as a burly lone and tough ripstop mesh top. This isn’t a huge knock on comfort–that the shoe fits snugly around the foot, done nicely without a break-in period, and didn’t loosen up or create hot spots. We believe the R2 resembles a hiking boot but with a decrease ankle and lighter weight. If you’re searching for a flexible, road runner-like encounter where you can really feel the floor beneath you, this is not the hiker for you. But if you would like a protective and demanding shoe at a minimal weight, then the Terrex Swift is exactly that. At 1 pound 8.6 ounces for the pair, the Terrex Swift R2 is about the lightweight end of this hiking shoe spectrum, especially for the degree of security you get. For comparison, the favorite Salomon X Ultra 3 weighs slightly more at 1 pound 10.8 oz, while The North Face’s Ultra Hedgehog Fastpack GTX (1 pound 14 oz ) and Ultra 110 GTX (1 pound 15 ounces) both come in significantly heavier. It’s possible to go lighter using a shoe such as Merrell’s new MQM Flex at 1 lb 7.7 oz, but we were not impressed with the traction or durability of that shoe, and the only on the Adidas most certainly will last longer. Adidas again partnered with tire maker Continental for the rubber, and the tread pattern will not seem surprisingly similar to that of a car tire. It’s hard to tell how much of that is style over substance, but the R2 GTX is grippy on stone, the lugs are heavy and well-spaced (this helps prevent sand from caking), and the rubber is noticeably hard, which should help with longevity. After a backpacking trip in Utah’s Canyonlands, we did detect some slight wear on a few lugs close to the toe, meaning the shoes aren’t indestructible and will wear down. But we put them to the test in terms of scrambling on stone with a rich package and they performed admirably.

    We’ll begin by noting that the Terrex Swift R2 feels a little stiff from the box and generally stays that way. The plan is fairly rigid overall, such as a burly lone and tough ripstop mesh top. This isn’t a huge knock on comfort–that the shoe fits snugly around the foot, done nicely without a break-in period, and didn’t loosen up or create hot spots. We believe the R2 resembles a hiking boot but with a decrease ankle and lighter weight. If you’re searching for a flexible, road runner-like encounter where you can really feel the floor beneath you, this is not the hiker for you. But if you would like a protective and demanding shoe at a minimal weight, then the Terrex Swift is exactly that. At 1 pound 8.6 ounces for the pair, the Terrex Swift R2 is about the lightweight end of this hiking shoe spectrum, especially for the degree of security you get. For comparison, the favorite Salomon X Ultra 3 weighs slightly more at 1 pound 10.8 oz, while The North Face’s Ultra Hedgehog Fastpack GTX (1 pound 14 oz ) and Ultra 110 GTX (1 pound 15 ounces) both come in significantly heavier. It’s possible to go lighter using a shoe such as Merrell’s new MQM Flex at 1 lb 7.7 oz, but we were not impressed with the traction or durability of that shoe, and the only on the Adidas most certainly will last longer. Adidas again partnered with tire maker Continental for the rubber, and the tread pattern will not seem surprisingly similar to that of a car tire. It’s hard to tell how much of that is style over substance, but the R2 GTX is grippy on stone, the lugs are heavy and well-spaced (this helps prevent sand from caking), and the rubber is noticeably hard, which should help with longevity. After a backpacking trip in Utah’s Canyonlands, we did detect some slight wear on a few lugs close to the toe, meaning the shoes aren’t indestructible and will wear down. But we put them to the test in terms of scrambling on stone with a rich package and they performed admirably.


    Last week I was invited to San Francisco by Adidas to test out the newest offering in the sneaker manufacturer: the new women-specific Adidas Ultra Boost X ($180 at adidas.com, as well as footlocker.com, six02.com, roadrunnersports.com, along with other retailers). Consider it as the love child of this PureBoost X–the one with this cool-looking floating arch that launched last year and also the three-year-old energy-returning Ultra Boost shape, thus the title: Ultra Boost X.Over a short interval, our group of 100 other editors, fitness influencers, and only all-around badass women from around the globe made our way through many runs at the Adidas Ultra Boost X, every more epic than the next. We tackled the shore at Land’s End playground in the rain, sprinted around the Kezar Stadium trail and up its stadium measures (multiple occasions ), powered up Filbert Street (the steepest in all of San Francisco), and down the zigzagged Lombard Street, pushed the speed on a self-powering treadmill during a HIIT workout, strode across the Golden Gate Bridge in Karl the Fog (yep, they have a title to get their fog) and, finally, braved the Bernal Heights mountain, that had been rewarded with a stunning view of the San Francisco skyline. I also took’em for a spin in New York once I returned from the West Coast, and the weather was definitely a doozy: a scenic mixture of snow, snow, sleet and rain.


  • Although regarded as a neutral shoe, the Ultra Boost’s sole features a proprietary Torsion system which supports the midfoot but nevertheless allows the shoe to conform to your natural stride. It’s a great feature, designed to give support in an otherwise structureless sole.The outsole features a layer of STRETCHWEB rubber that has a uniform pattern across the whole bottom. It gripped hard surfaces appropriately and even worked on short stretches of dirt.When I first tried with this shoe I believed I must have sized up–I could feel the material on most sides of my feet, along with my toe (just barely) touched the end. I finished runs without any allergies or hotspots, and also the enclosed sensation became the standard. The Primeknit cloth was extremely breathable and lightweight, and functioned well with or without socks.The Primeknit top makes for a distinctive running experience. The Ultra Boost midfoot feels more like a bootie compared to a running shoe on account of the tongue-less, seamless upper and sockliner. A plastic lace enclosure program cinched down my foot appropriately, and there was no movement in the midfoot area.

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    Women’s Superstar Originals Casual Shoes

    These shoes run big, it is recommended to order a half size smaller than your normal size.

    100% Authentic
    Condition: New with Box
    Color: White/Metallic Copper
    Model: BA8169

    FEATURES:
    UPPER: Leather
    OUTSOLE: Rubber
    IMPORTED

    Description
    Laid-back and oh-so comfortable, the Women’s adidas Superstar Casual Shoes have an easygoing look that goes with everything from leggings to joggers to your favorite cotton dress. Supple leather gets the the iconic Three Stripes treatment, while the shell toe adds a dash of classic adidas style. A cushioned insole and textile lining round out these must-have everyday sneakers.


    Brand:

    adidas

    Color:

    White
    White
    Metallic
    Brown
    Copper
    Whitemetallic-copper

    Size:

    US 10

    Style/Collection:

    ADIDAS Women’s Superstar Shoes Sneakers Shell Toe Rose Gold

    Width:

    Regular (M, B)

    Type:

    Athletic

    Style Tags:

    adidas Athletic


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