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adidas has adidas Ultraboost 20 Running Shoes (Select Colors) on sale for $126 - 20% off when you apply promo code SPRING in cart = $100.80. Shipping is free. Thanks plexwang

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With code "SPRING" for additional 20% off, only certain colors (all the NASA collabs).

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I paid $140 for the same shoe a month ago Frown
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Do you recall where you grabbed a pair for $53 in the past? Online? Adidas outlet store?

Thanks Smilie
Finish line sale, pretty sure I saw it through slickdeals
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I got a pair of the Solarboost STs with this coupon code.
I liked the colors better than the Ultraboost plus they are more cost effective.
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extremely comfy shoes but they are NOT for ppl with wide feet
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4.0 from my experience were terrible. 3.0's were much better. 19's, though, are by far a much more functional and comfortable shoe. They don't look as good, but much more support and boost/cushioning. I have heard 20's are still better than 4.0's, but primeknit isn't as comfy as 19's. I love the colored boost on the 20's!
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extremely comfy shoes but they are NOT for ppl with wide feet
Does sizing up a half size help at all? I briefly tried on a pair and was disappointed because Adidas usually fit me well (I have borderline wide feet). The sole cushioning was actually more noticeable than I expected. I still have issues with knit shoes though and the lack of support / how dirty they easily get. I have a hard time believing any knit shoe would be a good running shoe although I probably wouldn't use them for any real activities.
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Does sizing up a half size help at all? I briefly tried on a pair and was disappointed because Adidas usually fit me well (I have borderline wide feet). The sole cushioning was actually more noticeable than I expected. I still have issues with knit shoes though and the lack of support / how dirty they easily get. I have a hard time believing any knit shoe would be a good running shoe although I probably wouldn't use them for any real activities.
Did you just try on the UB 20s? The 19s are not nearly as tight/stiff and accommodate a wider foot
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Do these run true to size?
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I wish these came in wide...great look...often on sale...but not made in wide Frown
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Bought a pair and the laces hurt your foot since the top is just cloth. The shoes stay on fine without them but then the lace up part flaps around. Also, the insole doesn't stay put. Pulled that out. Basically an all around poorly designed shoe.
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Thrown in a bottle of hand sanitizer or a roll of TP and I'm in!
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Adidas is a piss poor merchant and manufacturer. Avoid purchasing their products, and if you absolutely must waste your money on them, do NOT buy directly from Adidas.

Good luck. Spend your money wisely.
Funny: my Adidas socks last a lot longer for soccer/ultimate frisbee than anything I've purchased from Nike or UnderArmour, and I've converted several friends to Adidas compression tights because they usually take the wear and tear of a whole season whereas ones from other manufacturers rip on the first few dives/bids. I'll never buy anything else for field cleats (currently using Copa Mundials and X 19.1's), and three of my four casual pairs of Ultraboost/Pureboost have been bulletproof. Most were purchased directly from adidas.com.

I've returned products I purchased from adidas.com with no problems other than a little longer timeline than I preferred. Actually have a warranty claim with them going now for a faulty eyelet on some Pulseboost HD shoes, and they've responded as I'd expect any retailer.

No idea what these specific shoes are like, but I trust/use Adidas gear more than pretty much any other large sporting goods manufacturer.
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Funny: my Adidas socks last a lot longer for soccer/ultimate frisbee than anything I've purchased from Nike or UnderArmour, and I've converted several friends to Adidas compression tights because they usually take the wear and tear of a whole season whereas ones from other manufacturers rip on the first few dives/bids. I'll never buy anything else for field cleats (currently using Copa Mundials and X 19.1's), and three of my four casual pairs of Ultraboost/Pureboost have been bulletproof. Most were purchased directly from adidas.com.

I've returned products I purchased from adidas.com with no problems other than a little longer timeline than I preferred. Actually have a warranty claim with them going now for a faulty eyelet on some Pulseboost HD shoes, and they've responded as I'd expect any retailer.

No idea what these specific shoes are like, but I trust/use Adidas gear more than pretty much any other large sporting goods manufacturer.
The UA compression crew socks that pop on SD all the time are horrible for lint! I switched to the Adidas and they are infintely better in this regard. They also seem to be lasting longer as well. They are a tad less thick than the UA and for whatever reason are much more slippery on wood floors.
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Adidas's own sizing guide in Ultraboosts:
https://www.adidas.com/us/blog/389211
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15% CB on the Top site for CB

Makes this $85 before tax and free shipping. I love those galaxy soles, not sure what the proper term is for it.
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