Adidas Ultraboost ST Running Shoe - Men's
AdidasUltraboost ST Running Shoe - Men's

Jetfuel for your feet.

Kick those mid-winter blues to the curb and give your gym workout a jolt with the Adidas Men's Ultra Boost ST Running Shoe. Its combination of a Primeknit upper, an Ultra Boost's Boost foam midsole, and a Stretchweb rubber outsole keeps the support on point and helps propel you forward while hugging the ground for killer traction. The Torsion System midfoot support works with the heel counter to provide a snug, non-slip fit, and the neutral support and subtle, 10mm drop encourage natural biomechanics during your stride.

  • Primeknit synthetic upper
  • Boost foam midsole
  • Stretchweb rubber outsole
  • Torsion System midfoot support
  • Neutral support
  • 10mm drop
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Great shoe

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: Medium

Always take reviews on running shoes with a grain or two of salt due to so many factors on personal preference, sizing, support, etc. At any rate have purchased NB 1260's in a 8-1/2 EE forever. Tried the Ultra Boost ST's due to fellow gym member raving about them and decided to give them a shot. Purchased a size 8 and they fit great. There is no pressure on my wide foot and they don't feel sloppy in the least bit. I actually run sans my orthotics in these and have had no issues. The cushioning is excellent and really notice the difference on pavement and even the treadmill. Have been running since 1987 and these are hands down the best shoes I have ever worn, especially gratified to be introduced to the ST due to my age and 30 years of running. The right shoe at the right time for me!

I have these in Multiple colors!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

I love these shoes! I do not use them for running but this this my everyday go to shoe for all activities. Some people think they are too soft or squishy but that is part of the reason why I love them. They are the comfiest shoes I have ever owned and I think it will be hard to buy a none boost "wear around" shoe ever again. They seem to run true to size, for me at least. If you have any questions on these or any other Adidas shoes, feel free to reach out!

Neutral?

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: Runs large
  • Size Bought: 9.5

As an avid running in both urban and trail settings, with a neutral foot strike, these shoes provide more cushion than I prefer (compared to the Adidas Pureboost DPRs). This shoe fits slightly bigger than the Pureboosts which is a slight disappointment. Great shoe nonetheless and perhaps it'll be more of a city, walk around town, shoe for myself. If you supinate the cushion on these, though stated as neutral, should give you the support you are looking for.

AWESOME

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: 9

These shoes are great! They are comfortable and fit great while maintaining the ability to breathe and flex with your feet. I have slightly wide feet but these still fit superbly.

The actual runner of the boost family

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

the ultraboost are hands down some of the most comfortable runners i have ever worn but when it comes to actually running they fall a little short due to lack of overall support. These Ultraboost ST's take all the best parts of the ultraboosts but add some proper heel support and stability around the shoe to ensure you can power through those longer runs.

I typically wear a 10.5 in adidas skate shoes and prefer 10's in both ultraboost's & ultraboost ST's

Comfortable

    These shoes are very comfortable, despite the fact that they run just slightly large, as I've owned Adidas before and they were 11 and fit perfectly, these ones didn't.

    Really comfortable

      Awesome shoe

      Hate running on pavement?

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: 9

      Welcome to your dream shoe. I typically experience significant joint pain in my hips and knees after anything over a mile at the park or on the road but I was able to run with my natural(albeit technically poor) gait without experiencing any kind of joint or tendon soreness. For someone thats always had a bad running technique it's nice to just be able to run without thinking about it. I've been using these for the past couple months as my primary road shoe and the cushioning has held up. In fact, according to the science behind Adidas' new Boost Foam, it will always hold up. The sole is designed to outlast the upper, and that's pretty rad. I can't really think of anything to critique about this shoe other than the sole looks like styrofoam but aesthetics aren't really a big concern when you want a high-performance athletic shoe.



      While my shoe size runs between a 8 and 10 depending on brands, I've been a 9 in Adidas since my first pair of Kobes in 8th grade. Still rocking the size 9 and these fit perfectly.



      If you have any questions about these specific shoes or any of the new Adidas' Boost series give me a holler, I'd love to help out.

      Hate running on pavement?