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It's actualy $149.98, couldn't find any coupon to stack with.

I'm too fat and slow to justify buying these...
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Been wanting to buy a pair, can't believe I missed this! Great deal!
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In the running community, these are well known as a game changing technology. Watch the pros start in any recent marathon and guess what shoe the vast majority wear? Yes it's that good and not all of those pros are Nike sponsored athletes which is even more crazy.

If you are running a marathon, these are amazing - not just because you'll go faster but your legs will be significantly less fatigued.

Best running shoes on the market by a wide margin and worth getting if they have your size.
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What's your opinion for somebody with flat feet? Will they help?
I don't really know how to answer your question because I'm not sure if that is a correct question to ask about these.
I mean these are racing shoes, not training shoes. Racing shoes seem to mostly be neutral, since I've never seen a pair that are catered towards different feet/pronation types. Will these help a person who has flat feet(or even high) arches run a marathon faster? Yes. You maybe(?) will just need a pair of insoles.

If you want shoes that will help your various foot type/pronation type, you shouldn't be looking into racing shoes for correction, they are not made for that. There already exist plenty of regular running shoes/trainers aimed for that.
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What are some solid everyday running shoes you recommend? I'm in the process of discovering the joy of running. I've blown through 2 pairs of Ultraboosts so far (~250mi/pair) but I feel like other brands are probably more appropriate. Haven't taken the leap though since I find it so hard to navigate their product lines.

Goal is doing a half marathon in under 2hrs next year.

Coming from cycling, spending only $250 for a pair of shoes seem cheap. Lol
As a person who competed at collegiate level in running, and owns many pairs of ultraboosts; ultraboosts are terrible running shoes and they are moreso sneakers with running technology meant to be worn casually. Shoes should last over 300 miles.

If you love boost technology, maybe look at their Solar line which is actually purpose built for running. Ultraboost is Adidas riding the running shoe wave in streetwear(which I am not against, I'm wearing one of my pairs right now). I personally tried running in Adidas Supernovas a few years ago(Adidas' flagship boost running shoes back then) and thought they were solid but not for me.

For what it's worth, I'm currently running in Saucony Freedom ISOs. ISO is Saucony's technology which is essentially the same thing as boost. Same concept of a bunch of TPU beads pressed together to look like foam, and provide a cushion/bounce. I liked Saucony's execution and fit a little better than Adidas' running shoes featuring boost, and heard some good things about the Freedom ISOs. I found Adidas boost running shoes' lockdown on the upper to feel a little loose/uncomfortable, and the sole to be a little high/unstable.

But keep in mind everybody is different of course. Try on pairs before you buy them.
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Been wanting to buy a pair, can't believe I missed this! Great deal!
Me too! Next time...
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My wife got 3 pairs total. Should be good for her for the next 2 years, 900 miles..
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As a person who competed at collegiate level in running, and owns many pairs of ultraboosts; ultraboosts are terrible running shoes and they are moreso sneakers with running technology meant to be worn casually. Shoes should last over 300 miles.

If you love boost technology, maybe look at their Solar line which is actually purpose built for running. Ultraboost is Adidas riding the running shoe wave in streetwear(which I am not against, I'm wearing one of my pairs right now). I personally tried running in Adidas Supernovas a few years ago(Adidas' flagship boost running shoes back then) and thought they were solid but not for me.

For what it's worth, I'm currently running in Saucony Freedom ISOs. ISO is Saucony's technology which is essentially the same thing as boost. Same concept of a bunch of TPU beads pressed together to look like foam, and provide a cushion/bounce. I liked Saucony's execution and fit a little better than Adidas' running shoes featuring boost, and heard some good things about the Freedom ISOs. I found Adidas boost running shoes' lockdown on the upper to feel a little loose/uncomfortable, and the sole to be a little high/unstable.

But keep in mind everybody is different of course. Try on pairs before you buy them.
I believe ISO is regarding the updated "fit"of the shoe. Everun is Saucony's cushioning technology.
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As a person who competed at collegiate level in running, and owns many pairs of ultraboosts; ultraboosts are terrible running shoes and they are moreso sneakers with running technology meant to be worn casually. Shoes should last over 300 miles.

If you love boost technology, maybe look at their Solar line which is actually purpose built for running. Ultraboost is Adidas riding the running shoe wave in streetwear(which I am not against, I'm wearing one of my pairs right now). I personally tried running in Adidas Supernovas a few years ago(Adidas' flagship boost running shoes back then) and thought they were solid but not for me.

For what it's worth, I'm currently running in Saucony Freedom ISOs. ISO is Saucony's technology which is essentially the same thing as boost. Same concept of a bunch of TPU beads pressed together to look like foam, and provide a cushion/bounce. I liked Saucony's execution and fit a little better than Adidas' running shoes featuring boost, and heard some good things about the Freedom ISOs. I found Adidas boost running shoes' lockdown on the upper to feel a little loose/uncomfortable, and the sole to be a little high/unstable.

But keep in mind everybody is different of course. Try on pairs before you buy them.
Thanks for the info! I just kind of fell into the boosts actually. I had been using them casually and my Lunarglides were worn so they inherited the job. 2nd pair was also the same thing. We have a pretty sweet running store down the street so I'll definitely see if I can find the Sauconys there.
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