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This is not correct. I own a bunch of UBs including a pair of the ST. I have normal width feet and arches and like both models. If you google the difference between the normal and the ST, you'll find that the ST is the stability model so it has thicker cushioning and more rigid sides. I prefer the ST for actual running and the normal ultra boost for casual wear.

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Wrong. ST is for STability, for overpronators.
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I am just chiming in to say that I agree with you, for others that are reading. ST stands for stability. If you overpronate, these are the UB you probably will need for distance running. I wear both UB and UB Uncaged for normal wear, but I would not run in them. The ST model is for those who need medial support. The regular UB models are neutral running shoes for those that do not need the support (and for anyone like myself who just wants to wear them casually, because they are so comfy).
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also don't forget some cash back sites have 10%, 8%
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Ugly colors
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Yup fugly color as expected
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Eh, different strokes for different folks. Granted, a couple of these demonstrate...uh, let's say "bold" colorways. But imo the navy/white one (indigo/white/collegiate navy) isn't so bad.

Anyway, good prices on solid shoes. I own a few other UB styles, but not the ST. However, I've heard a lot of good things about them.
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Eh, different strokes for different folks. Granted, a couple of these demonstrate...uh, let's say "bold" colorways. But imo the navy/white one (indigo/white/collegiate navy) isn't so bad.

Anyway, good prices on solid shoes. I own a few other UB styles, but not the ST. However, I've heard a lot of good things about them.
ST is usually for wide and flat arch ppl. Good things will only come from them. If your arch is not flat I doubt you will like these shoes.
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ST is usually for wide and flat arch ppl. Good things will only come from them. If your arch is not flat I doubt you will like these shoes.
This is not correct. I own a bunch of UBs including a pair of the ST. I have normal width feet and arches and like both models. If you google the difference between the normal and the ST, you'll find that the ST is the stability model so it has thicker cushioning and more rigid sides. I prefer the ST for actual running and the normal ultra boost for casual wear.

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This is not correct. I own a bunch of UBs including a pair of the ST. I have normal width feet and arches and like both models. If you google the difference between the normal and the ST, you'll find that the ST is the stability model so it has thicker cushioning and more rigid sides. I prefer the ST for actual running and the normal ultra boost for casual wear.

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I am just chiming in to say that I agree with you, for others that are reading. ST stands for stability. If you overpronate, these are the UB you probably will need for distance running. I wear both UB and UB Uncaged for normal wear, but I would not run in them. The ST model is for those who need medial support. The regular UB models are neutral running shoes for those that do not need the support (and for anyone like myself who just wants to wear them casually, because they are so comfy).
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Besides the look, any big difference in comfort/fit between standard UBs and this one?
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Besides the look, any big difference in comfort/fit between standard UBs and this one?
These are friendlier for wider feet.
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there is nothing called "normal width feed and arches". It can be low/ flat, medium or high arch. If you think your low arch is normal, then it is.

ST is for flat and wide feet, period. Those features you mentioned, It was designed to support these peoples.

I have a medium arch and still good with these, but the level of comfort cannot compare with my 93/17. Different person, different expectation of comfort.
Wrong. ST is for STability, for overpronators.
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Is this a good price for the Ultra Boost? I've seen a couple of posts between $80-$90 at least once a month.
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Here is the ST description from Adidas: https://www.adidas.com/us/ultraboost_st
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