adidas Pure Boost ZG Ltd Primeknit Neutral Running Shoes Crystal White/White/Black were £104.99 now £69.48 Delivered @ M and M Direct
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adidas Pure Boost ZG Ltd Primeknit Neutral Running Shoes Crystal White/White/Black were £104.99 now £69.48 Delivered @ M and M Direct

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Found 18th Jul 2017
Not gonna lie, I have an unhealthy obsession for adidas Pure Boost trainers, and only for them not having the size in stock for my banana feet, I would have snapped these up in a second.

Super comfy trainers up to size 10.5. I usually find these run a little small, so may be better going for half a size up on what you would normally buy, but you can always check the sizing chart if you are unsure

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Product Detail:
  • adidas running shoes with a Primeknit upper carefully engineered to naturally expand with your foot for an ultra-comfortable fit. AQ2927
  • Breathable textile and synthetic upper.
  • Textile lining.
  • Moulded eyestay; Dynamic-fit system hugs your foot like a second skin.
  • Boost™ energy-returning properties for endless supply of light, fast energy.
  • miCoach compatible.
  • EVA outsole.



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Wow that's expensive for an old pure boost. Two colour variations are far cheaper on zalando and that's before quidco and the normal 15-20% discount codes. Seem to be big ( banana feet ) sizes too : ) You should keep an eye on zalando as all the various colour options of this trainer have been available for between £ 35-45 over the last couple of months and will intermittently come in and out of stock. For this price you can easily buy any colour variation of the latest pure boost rather than this older model.
Pub/casual shoes rather than running shoes, the knit style of trainer doesn't hold your foot in place so not really suitable for running.
Prefer these ones for £65. jdsports.co.uk/pro…86/ (men's version is £70)
Edited by: "Apocc" 19th Jul 2017
nickkelly8 h, 45 m ago

Pub/casual shoes rather than running shoes, the knit style of trainer …Pub/casual shoes rather than running shoes, the knit style of trainer doesn't hold your foot in place so not really suitable for running.

WRONG....

These are Excellent for running thsts why they're designed like this....lightweight...knit...

Do you do much running? ?
Robjh

WRONG....These are Excellent for running thsts why they're designed like … WRONG....These are Excellent for running thsts why they're designed like this....lightweight...knit...Do you do much running? ?



Yes, I do a lot of regular running, these shoes are made for fashion not running. the knit is way too flexible, especially laterally and you would probably end up injuring yourself if you did a lot of regular running in these. I've tried a few pairs, and have a pair of knit weave trainers for casual wear, they're not suitable for long runs at all.
Robjh

WRONG....These are Excellent for running thsts why they're designed like … WRONG....These are Excellent for running thsts why they're designed like this....lightweight...knit...Do you do much running? ?



I agree that these are not good for running, i have a pureboost and a pureboost zg and use them mostly for commuting. Ultraboosts are the running specific brand
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