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Adizero Boston 6 Running Shoe [jackrabbit.com] $59.98
Best For:
  • Surface: Road, Gyms, Flats
  • Category:Neutral Cushioned ヨ Intended for runners who have a higher, more stable arch that does not pronate excessively(roll inwards) or may even supinate(roll outwards). Neutral Cushioned shoes offer very little or no structure or pronation support and are generally more flexible than stability shoes. Runners who require a neutral shoe tend to notice more excessive wear on the lateral(outside) side of the soles of their running shoes. Neutral shoes can vary from lightweight and minimal cushioning to maximum levels of cushioning depending on the needs and preferences of the runner. Runners with high/stable arches tend to notice pain on the outside(lateral side) of their shins and knees and may also battle plantar fasciitis if not wearing a neutral cushioned shoe.
Benefits Include:
  • Boost is designed to be significantly more temperature resistant than normal midsole materials so you can perform consistently in any climate
  • Boost is made up of thousands of individual energy capsules that provide springy cushioning that acts like a trampoline under your feet
  • Omori micro-fit standards provide the ultimate fit and feel
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Size M 11 OOS Frown
Love this shoes!
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Size M 11 OOS Frown
Love this shoes!

Darn, yes it appears these are selling quickly at this price. Happy shopping
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Grab while you can ppl!
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Not sure if true with the 6,but on the 5 I went ½ size up to 11½ and it fit good. But then again I have a pair of ultra boost 11's that fit like 13's. So who knows.
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Been wanting the white Aktiv ones, but they only have the one color in men's.
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10mm drop, fyi. For midfoot runners like me, forget it. I was a little mislead by the name, thinking Adidas had a zero-drop shoe. I guess the zero just means neutral pronation correction.
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Never any 14s on the rabbit Frown
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10mm drop, fyi. For midfoot runners like me, forget it. I was a little mislead by the name, thinking Adidas had a zero-drop shoe. I guess the zero just means neutral pronation correction.
Zero drop -> Altras perhaps. For Adizero branding, I think it's meant for 'serious' runners not about the drop.
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These are great running shoes for neutral runners, has the thinner boost sole as well. Great for distance
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Wow, I really really liked men's black blue red kicks, but 10 is oos, damn..
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Damn that Black and metallic one looks good. Wish it was for men's Frown
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10mm drop, fyi. For midfoot runners like me, forget it. I was a little mislead by the name, thinking Adidas had a zero-drop shoe. I guess the zero just means neutral pronation correction.
why is 10mm drop bad for midfoot runners?
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why is 10mm drop bad for midfoot runners?
a 10 mm drop means there is an extra centimeter of material in the heel as opposed to the ball of the foot (where a mid-foot runner would mostly land). the additional 1cm of material (cushioning foam) causes the heel-ward part of the show to strike before the mid-foot and thus discourages a mid-foot strike in favor of a heel strike.
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