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thanks for the heads up! i decided to take a chance on the X9000L4 as i have three pairs of Solar Boost 19 that i bought about the same time and rotate through for my daily run, but adidas never made a Solar Boost 20 (like they did the Ultraboost which has too small of a toebox for my feet), so when they wear out (presumably about the same time) I need something to move on to.

WARNING: adidas.com adds a $2 "delivery" fee which didn't show up until the very last page of the ordering process, related to "we're busy this time of year and capitalizing on it" (or something like that). it's even non-refundable. the X9000L4 are also $75 on adidas' ebay store, which "coincidentally" (sarcasm!) has the same exact sizes available and out-of-stock as adidas.com, so you might want to buy them there instead and maybe avoid the $2 surcharge.

if i don't like the X9000L4, eg they don't fit my feet (like the Ultraboost) or wrong size (technically i should wear a 12½ according to adidas' size charts, but i've always worn a 13 in adidas, so i was going to buy both sizes and return whichever didn't fit, but adidas.com and adidas' ebay store were both out of 12½), i can always return them within the extended 90-day period this holiday season (which i guess i paid for with the seasonal $2 non-refundable delivery fee).

UPDATE: after sleeping on it and doing more research, it's hard to take the X9000L4 serious as running shoes, eg they weigh 14 ounces, ie 3 oz / 25% more than Ultraboost 20 (10.9 oz) or Solar Boost (11 oz), and no online running stores carry them, eg roadrunnersports.com, runningwarehouse.com, or jackrabbit.com. i can't cancel the order, so i'll return them and lose my $2 "delivery" fee.

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thanks for the heads up! i decided to take a chance on the X9000L4 as i have three pairs of Solar Boost 19 that i bought about the same time and rotate through for my daily run, but adidas never made a Solar Boost 20 (like they did the Ultraboost which has too small of a toebox for my feet), so when they wear out (presumably about the same time) I need something to move on to.

WARNING: adidas.com adds a $2 "delivery" fee which didn't show up until the very last page of the ordering process, related to "we're busy this time of year and capitalizing on it" (or something like that). it's even non-refundable. the X9000L4 are also $75 on adidas' ebay store, which "coincidentally" (sarcasm!) has the same exact sizes available and out-of-stock as adidas.com, so you might want to buy them there instead and maybe avoid the $2 surcharge.

if i don't like the X9000L4, eg they don't fit my feet (like the Ultraboost) or wrong size (technically i should wear a 12½ according to adidas' size charts, but i've always worn a 13 in adidas, so i was going to buy both sizes and return whichever didn't fit, but adidas.com and adidas' ebay store were both out of 12½), i can always return them within the extended 90-day period this holiday season (which i guess i paid for with the seasonal $2 non-refundable delivery fee).

UPDATE: after sleeping on it and doing more research, it's hard to take the X9000L4 serious as running shoes, eg they weigh 14 ounces, ie 3 oz / 25% more than Ultraboost 20 (10.9 oz) or Solar Boost (11 oz), and no online running stores carry them, eg roadrunnersports.com, runningwarehouse.com, or jackrabbit.com. i can't cancel the order, so i'll return them and lose my $2 "delivery" fee.
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Do they still charge the delivery fee if we return the shoes?
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Do they still charge the delivery fee if we return the shoes?
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If you are not completely satisfied with your adidas.com order, we offer a full refund within 90 days of receipt. *Some restrictions apply.

*Any seasonal surcharges will be included in your order's delivery total and are non-refundable.
-- https://www.adidas.com/us/how-do-...ducts.html
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UPDATE: after sleeping on it and doing more research, it's hard to take the X9000L4 serious as running shoes, eg they weigh 14 ounces, ie 3 oz / 25% more than Ultraboost 20 (10.9 oz) or Solar Boost (11 oz), and no online running stores carry them, eg roadrunnersports.com, runningwarehouse.com, or jackrabbit.com. i can't cancel the order, so i'll return them and lose my $2 "delivery" fee.
They're also hideous. I think you made the right call.
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Ultraboosts go under 100 many times, not a slickdeal
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thanks for the heads up! i decided to take a chance on the X9000L4 as i have three pairs of Solar Boost 19 that i bought about the same time and rotate through for my daily run, but adidas never made a Solar Boost 20 (like they did the Ultraboost which has too small of a toebox for my feet), so when they wear out (presumably about the same time) I need something to move on to.

WARNING: adidas.com adds a $2 "delivery" fee which didn't show up until the very last page of the ordering process, related to "we're busy this time of year and capitalizing on it" (or something like that). it's even non-refundable. the X9000L4 are also $75 on adidas' ebay store, which "coincidentally" (sarcasm!) has the same exact sizes available and out-of-stock as adidas.com, so you might want to buy them there instead and maybe avoid the $2 surcharge.

if i don't like the X9000L4, eg they don't fit my feet (like the Ultraboost) or wrong size (technically i should wear a 12½ according to adidas' size charts, but i've always worn a 13 in adidas, so i was going to buy both sizes and return whichever didn't fit, but adidas.com and adidas' ebay store were both out of 12½), i can always return them within the extended 90-day period this holiday season (which i guess i paid for with the seasonal $2 non-refundable delivery fee).

UPDATE: after sleeping on it and doing more research, it's hard to take the X9000L4 serious as running shoes, eg they weigh 14 ounces, ie 3 oz / 25% more than Ultraboost 20 (10.9 oz) or Solar Boost (11 oz), and no online running stores carry them, eg roadrunnersports.com, runningwarehouse.com, or jackrabbit.com. i can't cancel the order, so i'll return them and lose my $2 "delivery" fee.
You may have wide feet? I used to wear 10 1/2, but I'm actually a 10 EE/W. Try measuring your feet. Adidas/Nike hate the Wide feet folk, but have some offerings. After snuggling into a right size footwear; shoes are actually enjoyable. If you have measured your feet, then great. If not, then I recommend to anyone to measure your feet width and length and check against a feet measurement chart.
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thanks for the heads up! i decided to take a chance on the X9000L4 as i have three pairs of Solar Boost 19 that i bought about the same time and rotate through for my daily run, but adidas never made a Solar Boost 20 (like they did the Ultraboost which has too small of a toebox for my feet), so when they wear out (presumably about the same time) I need something to move on to.

WARNING: adidas.com adds a $2 "delivery" fee which didn't show up until the very last page of the ordering process, related to "we're busy this time of year and capitalizing on it" (or something like that). it's even non-refundable. the X9000L4 are also $75 on adidas' ebay store, which "coincidentally" (sarcasm!) has the same exact sizes available and out-of-stock as adidas.com, so you might want to buy them there instead and maybe avoid the $2 surcharge.

if i don't like the X9000L4, eg they don't fit my feet (like the Ultraboost) or wrong size (technically i should wear a 12½ according to adidas' size charts, but i've always worn a 13 in adidas, so i was going to buy both sizes and return whichever didn't fit, but adidas.com and adidas' ebay store were both out of 12½), i can always return them within the extended 90-day period this holiday season (which i guess i paid for with the seasonal $2 non-refundable delivery fee).

UPDATE: after sleeping on it and doing more research, it's hard to take the X9000L4 serious as running shoes, eg they weigh 14 ounces, ie 3 oz / 25% more than Ultraboost 20 (10.9 oz) or Solar Boost (11 oz), and no online running stores carry them, eg roadrunnersports.com, runningwarehouse.com, or jackrabbit.com. i can't cancel the order, so i'll return them and lose my $2 "delivery" fee.
There's a reason why the ultraboost is only 25% off and this is 50% off. These are not as good, thanks for the heads up
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You may have wide feet? I used to wear 10 1/2, but I'm actually a 10 EE/W. Try measuring your feet. Adidas/Nike hate the Wide feet folk, but have some offerings. After snuggling into a right size footwear; shoes are actually enjoyable. If you have measured your feet, then great. If not, then I recommend to anyone to measure your feet width and length and check against a feet measurement chart.
I too have very wide feet (10 EE). Specifically super wide forefoot but a narrow heel area -- and a flat arch. I think they call this a combination-last. Pretty much everything that I try on are too narrow for me. Have you found any styles from Nike/Adidas that fit you? The only ones that I can tolerate so far is the Ultraboost 20 and Pegasus Trail 2 (these have super roomy forefoot).
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I too have very wide feet (10 EE). Specifically super wide forefoot but a narrow heel area -- and a flat arch. I think they call this a combination-last. Pretty much everything that I try on are too narrow for me. Have you found any styles from Nike/Adidas that fit you? The only ones that I can tolerate so far is the Ultraboost 20 and Pegasus Trail 2 (these have super roomy forefoot).
Duramo (Adidas) series is the only one that fit me. But not many from Nike/Adidas over to New Balance, Brooks, or Saucony are wide feet friendly. Which is side since I like Adidas' brand.
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I too have very wide feet (10 EE). Specifically super wide forefoot but a narrow heel area -- and a flat arch. I think they call this a combination-last. Pretty much everything that I try on are too narrow for me. Have you found any styles from Nike/Adidas that fit you? The only ones that I can tolerate so far is the Ultraboost 20 and Pegasus Trail 2 (these have super roomy forefoot).
I am in same boat. I cannot stand ultraboost 19. Original ultra boost is a blessing. Did not try the ultraboost 20. I tried ascis and it was good. It was the gel version which sold for 20 bucks not long ago in slickdeals ebay. Original 180. Asics gel version is pretty good after ultraboost
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I too have very wide feet (10 EE). Specifically super wide forefoot but a narrow heel area -- and a flat arch. I think they call this a combination-last. Pretty much everything that I try on are too narrow for me. Have you found any styles from Nike/Adidas that fit you? The only ones that I can tolerate so far is the Ultraboost 20 and Pegasus Trail 2 (these have super roomy forefoot).
I too have very wide feet and most shoes are too narrow. I've found that the Adidas EnergyFalcon shoes are perfect. No discomfort whatsoever.

https://www.adidas.com/us/energyf...E9856.html
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need to tone it down with stripes and oversized logo. same for puma.
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