- Rubber sole
- Shaft measures approximately low-top from arch
- Running shoes with energized cushioning and a second-skin fit
- Regular fit; Lace closure; Arch type: Normal
- adidas Primeknit 360 upper offers an engineered fit that expands and supports as you move through each stride; Dual-density Boost cushioning under arch provides energized stability for a smooth, responsive ride
- Weight: 11 ounces (size 9); Midsole drop: 10 mm (heel: 29 mm, forefoot: 19 mm); Natural feel like a second skin
- Lightweight 3D heel frame for personalized fit; Stabilizing Torsion Spring
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Celebrate the beauty in diversity. These men's running shoes have a seamless, stretchy knit upper that adapts to the shape of your foot as you move. A flexible outsole works with dual-density cushioning for endless energy and a smooth stride.
- Product Dimensions: 5 x 5 x 0.7 inches
- Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B07TG58RLY
- Item model number: G54011
- Date first listed on Amazon: February 7, 2019
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Side note- I've tried to clean the blue stain off several times, as seen in the photos it helped one shoe but still not completely. The other one remained terrible.
My only concern is that I've noticed that my knees are generally a bit sore these days. Maybe it's the soccer I'm still playing at 48, but I've noticed that my knees just are sort of generally achy all of a sudden and it tends to be on running days since I got these shoes. I'm thinking that these things are so bouncy that maybe my knees aren't happy. Is that a thing? I know I sound like an idiot, but I think it may be the shoes. Time will tell, I guess. Anyway, I'd definitely buy these again given what I know at the moment.
As for fit, this shoe will be a little tight at first, especially if you leave the insole in the shoe. I generally wear a 10.5 for all of my shoes, and these were a little uncomfortable at first. Keep wearing them, they loosen a little over time. I actually wear all my UB's without the insole. They're much more comfortable to me, and the design of the UB19 with wrap-around primeknit makes it very comfortable and uniform, similar to a sock.
These shoes have a bit more Boost cushioning on the heel end, and you can definitely feel the difference if you're used to wearing other UB's. Sometimes I like it, sometimes I don't. I haven't gone on a run in these, nor will I, but if I got a pair of Core Blacks or something I could throw around, I'll update this review.
The looks can be a little divisive. I personally love the Legend Consortium colorway, it's navy blue with gold accents, it's not too futuristic looking. They obviously do look and feel taller than other UB's, more geared toward performance than lifestyle. If you're looking for performance, I'd probably recommend going for a dedicated running shoe over these, but they do feel fashion forward for lifestyle. Try them out!
I have arthritis in my feet and recently broke my shinbone and have had residual pain that has made it difficult to consistently exercise or let alone wear one pair of shoes from more than 4 hours without severe pain.
After meticulously researching the technology in this shoe (boost and prime knit) I decided to see what the hype was all about...now my only regret is not purchasing sooner!
The prime knit is amazing and stretchy for accommodating inflammation and lets me wear the sneaker casually without having to tie it. They are so easy to slip on and off!
The boost is awesome too. They feel so light and bouncy during jogs or walks.
Tip: I am a female who ordered men’s because they are one width wider than women’s.
I could barely squeeze my foot into these and they were extremely uncomfortable. So much so that I immediately decided to return them. Yes, I read they will break in a decent amount, but I can’t see these being something that would ever be comfortable for me.
If you have even slightly wide feet, I would suggest trying these on before ordering them or be prepared to send them back.