Got the energy boost and have some adios boost waiting at the post office to be picked up - Ilike them, but at £110 they are overpriced (but then with Adidas 15% off voucher and Sweatshops discount voucher they both cost under a hundred). I wish I'd got another half size bigger (than the 1.2. size bigger I got) in the energy boost though - good for up to 10K but after that my feet swell a bit. Got a whole size up for the Adios.
well energy boost. have let me down what a waste of money went out in them today 10 mile round the park and the fabric has started to split. Ive mentioned before about the soles. CAN NOW DEFFO SAY WASTE OF MONEY...... I admit ive done a Marathon in them 1x half and a few 10ks but shouldl last longer VERY very poor........
i have run two half marathons and the brighton marathon in the energy boost and i have to say i am impressed. Consistently below 1:30 on the HM now when it used to be 1:30 - 1:40 and the brighton marathon was 3:12 which was only 6mins of a pb on the flat course of Berlin. Deffo a tight fit and as all the boost is in the heel it would encourage people to heelstrike whereas i forefoot strike. Will buy the Adistar ones for Berlin this year and hoping for more of the same.
The adios boost are now available in a few uk retailers. Just bought a pair and should be here on Tuesday. Looking forward to trying them out.
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