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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.
This is the best price I've seen recently for the ST model Ultra Boost, the ones that I see go on sale more frequently are the normal Ultra Boost.
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This is the best price I've seen recently for the ST model Ultra Boost, the ones that I see go on sale more frequently are the normal Ultra Boost.
Thanks for your reply. What is the difference between the regular and the ST? TIA.
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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.
$100 is about the average sale price for Parley's, although this color seems to be a bit better than the others I've seen on sale
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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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This. Don't expect the same comfort as a standard UB. I hope the next UB (5.0) brings back that buttery comfort the 3.0's had.
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Are these actually wider than the regulars? I have had trouble with the regular UB in the past. I recently got a pair for $40 at my local running store but had to return them for being too narrow. Shop guy said that's why they have so many on clearance at the store, they're too narrow for most people who care about running injury free.
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Are these actually wider than the regulars? I have had trouble with the regular UB in the past. I recently got a pair for $40 at my local running store but had to return them for being too narrow. Shop guy said that's why they have so many on clearance at the store, they're too narrow for most people who care about running injury free.
Mind dropping me pm On where this store is?
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How do these fit in relative to the NMDs? Tts?
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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.
What is the construction of the st that helps? I don't have flat arch but I suffer from over pronation so I need to wear arch support insoles. Otherwise my plantar fasciitis will flair up. It sucks that most shoes don't accomodate an arch for stability and after inserting my custom orthodontics the shoes would be cramming the sides of my fore foot.
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Since these are ST and are more for running, would it be comfortable for walking or should I look for the regular Ultraboost for walking? I recently went from wearing costco Adidas shoes to Nike Free RN flyknit 2017 and I love them with a few exceptions. I have wide feet and a pretty low/flat arch.
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Thanks for your reply. What is the difference between the regular and the ST? TIA.
The ST has more boost foam for medial support for overpronaters, and a very different upper for added stability (ST is for stability). Regular Ultraboosts are neutral shoes (although this is technically just a very cushioned "stability" shoe that lacks a medial post).
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Are these actually wider than the regulars? I have had trouble with the regular UB in the past. I recently got a pair for $40 at my local running store but had to return them for being too narrow. Shop guy said that's why they have so many on clearance at the store, they're too narrow for most people who care about running injury free.
No, these are not wider. They are just the stability model of the Ultraboosts.
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How do these fit in relative to the NMDs? Tts?
The NMDs are wider and flatter from my experience. But length wise, they seem pretty similar. The Ultraboosts actually seem truer to size than the NMDs (in reference to my foot measurements and shoe sizing standards). If you've ever worn the standard Ultraboosts, these have the same cushioning as other Ultraboost models, but with a medial post and a slightly lighter weight upper. These would be most useful for running, but might be suitable for casual wear if your foot needs these features. NMDs are casual shoes (Adidas Originals is what they call these models).
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What is the construction of the st that helps? I don't have flat arch but I suffer from over pronation so I need to wear arch support insoles. Otherwise my plantar fasciitis will flair up. It sucks that most shoes don't accomodate an arch for stability and after inserting my custom orthodontics the shoes would be cramming the sides of my fore foot.
The main difference is a presence of a higher boost foam in the medial and heel sections in addition to normal Ultraboost cushioning. They also have a different upper than only stretches in certain spots and is constructed much differently than standard UBs.
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Since these are ST and are more for running, would it be comfortable for walking or should I look for the regular Ultraboost for walking? I recently went from wearing costco Adidas shoes to Nike Free RN flyknit 2017 and I love them with a few exceptions. I have wide feet and a pretty low/flat arch.
I would not recommend these if you need a wide shoe. They are geared towards standard width feet. If you aren't sure what type of shoe is right for your foot, you should find out first. If you are able, go to a running store that offers fittings. If a standard width fits you well these would be fine for casual wear, walking, or easy runs.
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I have feet so flat your kids can do their homework on them.

I bought these about 6 months ago I got the orange and grey color way. I had previously used Brooks Beast as my motion control shoes. Finally seeing running shoes that didn't look like my grandfather would wear I took a chance and bought these. They are very comfortable, supportive, and I have even wore them to work a few times with jeans. Would never have been able to do that with the Brooks I had before. They are as comfortable as my regular ultraboosts that I have.

I recommend these for anyone with flat feet.
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Damn, wish they had Legend Ink/Clear Mint/Aqua in 9. This is a pretty nice deal. I've generally a 9.5, but I've found that 9s fit like a glove in all Boosts I've tried - wondering if the ST Parleys fit any different that I might be able to squeeze an 8.5 or 10 since those are the closest available.
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$95 for sneakers is good deal?
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I have these. They're the most comfortable sneakers I've ever owned. They're even springier than regular Ultraboost, but they're much more stable. I have floppy ankles and the regular Ub don't provide enough stability, but these are great.
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