Half price Adidas originals ultraboost 3.0 Dark Green CW £69 @ OKI-Ni + £4.95 postage or free over £100
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Half price Adidas originals ultraboost 3.0 Dark Green CW £69 @ OKI-Ni + £4.95 postage or free over £100

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Found 16th FebEdited by:"dodgymix"
all sizes UK 5.5 to UK 12

no doubt will go cold but anyone who knows what they are will know its a bargain

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Like walking on clouds. The comfiest trainers you can own, and very well made. Only the Sketchers memory foam come close to the level of comfort
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Like walking on clouds. The comfiest trainers you can own, and very well made. Only the Sketchers memory foam come close to the level of comfort
Great price
Excellent kicks, iniki's are £45 on here aswell.
t7mmu1 m ago

Excellent kicks, iniki's are £45 on here aswell.



just 11s.. would have taken a 9
Bought ! And thats my London Marathon shoes sorted!
Anyone know if this is more comfy then lunar epic fly nite? Thanks
Make sure you get your foot type determined first. I got these and they’ve destroyed my knees due to my pronation!
lump7 m ago

Make sure you get your foot type determined first. I got these and they’ve …Make sure you get your foot type determined first. I got these and they’ve destroyed my knees due to my pronation!


Good advice, most running stores will do video gait analysis for free.
lump27 m ago

Make sure you get your foot type determined first. I got these and they’ve …Make sure you get your foot type determined first. I got these and they’ve destroyed my knees due to my pronation!


These are neutral runners so technically it shouldn't destroy your ITB if you pronated and wore them. i have neutral feet, was wrongly diagnosed as a pronator and wore the ST version of these for a while and other shoes and had ITB issues. My point is neutral (cushioned shoes) should be default for all feet types and then "support" shoes if you absolutely need them
well they've gone hotter than I was expecting

Went hot and soon voted down to 89 from the clueless majority off here
Edited by: "dodgymix" 16th Feb
bluntmachetti48 m ago

These are neutral runners so technically it shouldn't destroy your ITB if …These are neutral runners so technically it shouldn't destroy your ITB if you pronated and wore them. i have neutral feet, was wrongly diagnosed as a pronator and wore the ST version of these for a while and other shoes and had ITB issues. My point is neutral (cushioned shoes) should be default for all feet types and then "support" shoes if you absolutely need them


Thanks for that. I've covered 80km in mine since Xmas. I've had weeks off from running this year due to knee pain which I'd finally diagnosed as being because of my Ultra Boosts.

I do secretly hope I've sustained an injury that causes my knee cap pain, but that getting that diagnosed, treated, sorted etc without being told to go away and do exercises or rest would be nigh on impossible!
Great
lump8 m ago

Thanks for that. I've covered 80km in mine since Xmas. I've had weeks off …Thanks for that. I've covered 80km in mine since Xmas. I've had weeks off from running this year due to knee pain which I'd finally diagnosed as being because of my Ultra Boosts.I do secretly hope I've sustained an injury that causes my knee cap pain, but that getting that diagnosed, treated, sorted etc without being told to go away and do exercises or rest would be nigh on impossible!


I would suggest you see a physio just to check (i'd suggest a sports physio if you dont want to be 'told' to stop running). I remember at the time, my ITB was not specifically the "support shoes" but the combination of low "heel drop" on the shoes, support (which i didn't need) and over-compensation on the left knee due to "runners knee" issue on the right.

As you can see, unless you actually do a proper running dynamics test blaming the shoe is just guesswork.
SUPER HOT - thank you op
I did gait analysis and was recommend the Supernova ST boost shoe, it has worked very well for me. I recently got a pair of Supernova GTX (waterproof Gore-Tex) which they don't make in the ST form so I'm running a neutral shoe for the first time. If we have a few wet days in a row, like we have recently, I find I get a bit of knee pain and I have to make sure I have rest days. Back on my ST shoes and the pain all goes away.

Don't guess, don't assume you're the same as somebody in this thread, get a video Gait test and see for yourself what you need.
Was going to vote cold as I thought they were casual trainer's,read the posts and learned otherwise....heat from me based on your informative comments.
catalonia15 m ago

Was going to vote cold as I thought they were casual trainer's,read the …Was going to vote cold as I thought they were casual trainer's,read the posts and learned otherwise....heat from me based on your informative comments.



They started off as a running shoe, then the cool kids fell in love with the style / comfort and start paying up to £1200 for limited edition ones whilst the runners carried on running in them @ full RRP.
Getting them cheap isn't easy really, £90-£110 generally in sale if youre lucky
Edited by: "dodgymix" 16th Feb
Hot! The best running trainers I've ever owned. I'm on my second pair. They really are like running on lightweight clouds.
Edited by: "XxS7U4R7xX" 16th Feb
Love these trainers. Possibly the most comfy trainers I've ever owned.

Rather than go to a running shop (which I do recommend) you can do a wet test in the comfort of your own home to find out your running style.
runnersworld.com/run…est

I overpronate and switch between supernova boost and these to train and I race in Boston Boost which offer little support.

You'll find studies that say you need support shoes and you'll find the contrary. I just wear what I feel most comfortable in, and these do the business.
Edited by: "Paddy_o_furniture" 16th Feb
also £70 at 18montrose...

... check out the sale trousers if you want a laugh.
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ro53ben2 h, 20 m ago

Good advice, most running stores will do video gait analysis for free.



I'd be inclined to get it looked at properly if anyone has pronation issues, rather than trust someone in store who'se had 30 minutes of training
urmum16 m ago

also £70 at 18montrose...... check out the sale trousers if you want a …also £70 at 18montrose...... check out the sale trousers if you want a laugh.[Image] [Image] [Image]



Learn somat new everyday.. its same company
COYS615 m ago

I'd be inclined to get it looked at properly if anyone has pronation …I'd be inclined to get it looked at properly if anyone has pronation issues, rather than trust someone in store who'se had 30 minutes of training


Not going to disagree, although the guys I've used in Runner's Need all seem to know their stuff. My pronation was quite pronounced on the video, even I could see it clearly.
I'm struggling to find tennis/squash (indoor flooring) trainers. Anyone can help?
offspring currently doing the uncaged version for £85
Awesome but make sure you go up at least half a size

I'm a size 9 but need a 9.5 in ultra boosts
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dodgymix2 h, 23 m ago

well they've gone hotter than I was expecting Went hot and …well they've gone hotter than I was expecting Went hot and soon voted down to 89 from the clueless majority off here


Clueless because we aren't up to date on trainers? Grow up fella.
This deal is very cheap. So can i believe in ?
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R3TRO21 m ago

Awesome but make sure you go up at least half a size I'm a size 9 but need …Awesome but make sure you go up at least half a size I'm a size 9 but need a 9.5 in ultra boosts


Are you running in them or using them as "trainers". Trainers don't generally fit as snug as running shoes, they may feel too small but they aren't...they just fit properly.
skip1124 h, 15 m ago

Like walking on clouds. The comfiest trainers you can own, and very well …Like walking on clouds. The comfiest trainers you can own, and very well made. Only the Sketchers memory foam come close to the level of comfort


Sketchers are absolute garbage though, they will have fallen apart long before the Adidas.
deleted136205616th Feb

Clueless because we aren't up to date on trainers? Grow up fella.


You’ve lost me..

people are clueless If they vote on a deal they have no concept of the product.. normally on hukd if they aren’t <£25 the deal goes cold
If you know. Then you know.

Once you go Boost its very difficult to wear anything else. In fact I might resent then a little since they're so damn comfortable they've stolen the joy of wearing a lot of my other trainers.
Fantastic running shoes. Many 100's of miles on these without injury. Shame I don't need any at the moment!
Good for casual runners but extremely heavy so no good at all for club runners - I had a pair and sold them on after a couple of runs (felt like I had lead weights on my feet). Very comfy though!
Edited by: "thedraper" 16th Feb
ro53ben2 h, 8 m ago

Are you running in them or using them as "trainers". Trainers don't …Are you running in them or using them as "trainers". Trainers don't generally fit as snug as running shoes, they may feel too small but they aren't...they just fit properly.


I only run in them

Furthest distance is a marathon and at the end I was so happy I’d gone up half a size.

If you are wearing them as casual trainers then they should fit ok 🏻
lump6 h, 2 m ago

Make sure you get your foot type determined first. I got these and they’ve …Make sure you get your foot type determined first. I got these and they’ve destroyed my knees due to my pronation!


They ruined your knees because contrary to popular belief these are not designed for long distance running. Anyone who runs more than 4 or 5 miles at a time in these is asking for trouble.

Dont get me wrong, I’ve had a couple of pairs and loved them, they’re great leisure or short distance running shoes. So much so I currently have 2 pairs but as a long distance runner, I wouldn’t dream of running any great distance in them nor would I advise anyone to do so.
BowtunWarrior14 m ago

They ruined your knees because contrary to popular belief these are not …They ruined your knees because contrary to popular belief these are not designed for long distance running. Anyone who runs more than 4 or 5 miles at a time in these is asking for trouble. Dont get me wrong, I’ve had a couple of pairs and loved them, they’re great leisure or short distance running shoes. So much so I currently have 2 pairs but as a long distance runner, I wouldn’t dream of running any great distance in them nor would I advise anyone to do so.


What would be your personal recommendation be for a longer distance trainer?

Thanks
Zer01 m ago

What would be your personal recommendation be for a longer distance …What would be your personal recommendation be for a longer distance trainer?Thanks


Get yourself some Brooks, but get your gait measured to make sure you get the right ones
thedraper1 h, 33 m ago

Good for casual runners but extremely heavy so no good at all for club …Good for casual runners but extremely heavy so no good at all for club runners - I had a pair and sold them on after a couple of runs (felt like I had lead weights on my feet). Very comfy though!


Extremely heavy
the army run half marathons in combat boots
BowtunWarrior26 m ago

They ruined your knees because contrary to popular belief these are not …They ruined your knees because contrary to popular belief these are not designed for long distance running. Anyone who runs more than 4 or 5 miles at a time in these is asking for trouble. Dont get me wrong, I’ve had a couple of pairs and loved them, they’re great leisure or short distance running shoes. So much so I currently have 2 pairs but as a long distance runner, I wouldn’t dream of running any great distance in them nor would I advise anyone to do so.


How about if you take long walks? Will it put pressure on your knees?
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