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How much faster does one run with these compared to standard running shoes? Roughly speaking? Are there any tests done to determine this? Plan on getting into running.
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How much faster does one run with these compared to standard running shoes? Roughly speaking? Are there any tests done to determine this? Plan on getting into running.
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How much faster does one run with these compared to standard running shoes? Roughly speaking? Are there any tests done to determine this? Plan on getting into running.
Unfortunately very little for running. However it will greatly increase the airspeed of an unladen (European) swallow.
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I couldn't tell if you were joking or being serious. This is probably the most comfortable running shoes I have worn in a while. I don't really know if it makes me any faster but if you are a heel striker, it seems to help my ankle soreness. I think original Ultraboost (it wasn't called 18) felt slightly better though compare to 19.

If you need help with running, I would be happy to answer any questions. I started running 3 years ago to reduce anxiety and blood pressure and I have neither of those now. Probably one of the best decision I made in my life. I am not some big shot Marathon runner, but I run 5k every day.
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Nice price
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How much faster does one run with these compared to standard running shoes? Roughly speaking? Are there any tests done to determine this? Plan on getting into running.

If you're planning to get into running, I'd suggest getting fitted for running shoes. I buy for fashion and comfort. My runner pal has custom orthotics and purchased based on his running stride and all of that. I'm not into it like that. I tried on the Nike Zoom Fly and fell in love with those. I own UBs, but again I chose them for comfort and fashion.
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How much faster does one run with these compared to standard running shoes? Roughly speaking? Are there any tests done to determine this? Plan on getting into running.
Get the Nike's that were nearly banned from the olympics due to the time improvements... they are called Nike Vaporfly's. Prolly my next running shoes.


Getting back to Ultraboost 19's running ability I find them a bit unstable for my liking. I'm 6'2" and around 210 lbs. I thought they had improved from the originals, but I still don't trust them running. I feel like I could still roll my ankle with one bad portion of sidewalk or grass.
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Adidas.com has the Ultraboost 20s in certain color ways for the same price after 30% coupon
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I couldn't tell if you were joking or being serious. This is probably the most comfortable running shoes I have worn in a while. I don't really know if it makes me any faster but if you are a heel striker, it seems to help my ankle soreness. I think original Ultraboost (it wasn't called 18) felt slightly better though compare to 19.

If you need help with running, I would be happy to answer any questions. I started running 3 years ago to reduce anxiety and blood pressure and I have neither of those now. Probably one of the best decision I made in my life. I am not some big shot Marathon runner, but I run 5k every day.
5K every day? Wow, that sounds like a lot, Does "K" in running terminology equate to the same "K" in day-to-day distance measuring? The other info you provided is very useful. I need to check my stride to see if I'm a heal strider or not and go from there. Thanks.
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What are the chances that a user with the name. "Logan" is commenting on a "Run" forum topic? You must like to run...
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I would recommend doing some research on your own vs taking advice from slick dealers. They will tell you a $20 Reebok shoe is the holy grail
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The black and white ones are the same price if you're not digging the other pair.
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5K every day? Wow, that sounds like a lot, Does "K" in running terminology equate to the same "K" in day-to-day distance measuring? The other info you provided is very useful. I need to check my stride to see if I'm a heal strider or not and go from there. Thanks.
5K means 5 Kilometer and it's roughly 3.2 miles. It's about 30 minutes of run so it's not too hard to achieve in few years. Best of Luck !
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If you're planning to get into running, I'd suggest getting fitted for running shoes. I buy for fashion and comfort. My runner pal has custom orthotics and purchased based on his running stride and all of that. I'm not into it like that. I tried on the Nike Zoom Fly and fell in love with those. I own UBs, but again I chose them for comfort and fashion.
Even though I agree with your sentiments, lot of what you said applies only to long distance runners or people that are known to over or under pronate.
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