Adidas Running Shoes Reviews

Adidas was founded in 1948 in Germany by Adi Dassler (hence the company name). AdiZero and Supernova are the main running shoe lines - the first being all about lightweigth and performance, the latter about comfort for long distance training.

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Weight
9 oz.
Drop
10 mm.
Category
Lightweight
“The Adidas Adizero Boston 9 is a classic distance flat in all the best ways. It is lightweight, snug, and very durable for a racing flat.  Simple but speedy, the Boston 9 is constructed on...” Read expert review
Taylor Gupton
Cross-country and track coach
Weight
10 oz.
Drop
10 mm.
Category
Cushioning
“The Adidas Ultra Boost 2020 is a premium running shoe that doesn't fully hit the mark. It's a good training shoe with a premium name and price attached. But for the price, there are better options out...” Read expert review
Michael Mason-D'Croz
Long distance runner, shoe expert.
Weight
7.8 oz.
Drop
10 mm.
Category
Racing
“Built with the same concept of the previous versions of the Adizero Adios racing shoe, the Adizero Adios 5 introduces a new foam to the Adidas running lineup, while losing a step in the snappiness and...” Read expert review
Andrew Leibowitz
Running Expert
Weight
10.9 oz.
Drop
10 mm.
Category
Stability
“The Adidas Solar Boost ST 19 doesn't look like much on the surface. Dive deeper and it's a well performing shoe offering the right amount of stability and comfort second to none. It's built for the...” Read expert review
Jon Ober
Serial Marathoner and Stability Running Shoe Expert
Weight
9 oz.
Drop
10 mm.
Category
Racing
“The Boston 8 is a solid racing, up-tempo, or daily training shoe with a superb fit and faster smooth transition for those runners needing a little extra stability during races especially marathons.” Read expert review
Jim Coulson
Fast Road and Trail Runner. Career Firefighter.
Weight
10.2 oz.
Drop
8 mm.
Category
Stability
“The Adidas Solar Glide ST is a moderate stability trainer that uses a blend of traditional and nontraditional technologies to provide a stable, smooth, and bouncy ride.   While unique, it...” Read expert review
TJ Jones
Road and trail runner, stability shoes expert.
Weight
10.8 oz.
Drop
10 mm.
Category
Cushioning
“The Solar Drive was a slight disappointment. The shoe looks great but misses the mark in terms of ride quality and comfort.” Read expert review
Sean Felty
Long Distance Runner, Neutral Shoe Expert
Weight
11.3 oz.
Drop
10 mm.
Category
Cushioning
“The Adidas Solar Ride is a budget-friendly option to the Solar line up of trainers. The Solar Ride is a neutral shoe that replaces more premium materials in the sole unit such as Boost foam and...” Read expert review
Andrew Leibowitz
Running Expert
Weight
10.9 oz.
Drop
10 mm.
Category
Cushioning
“Adidas had the advantage over most other shoe companies with their Boost midsole, but they’re now drifting away from making the Ultraboost shoes a top tier performer in favor of making it better for...” Read expert review
Frank May
Fast Runner, Triathlete and Engineer
Weight
7.9 oz.
Drop
10 mm.
Category
Racing
“Much like previous versions the Adidas Adios Boost 4 is built for speed and racing. Updates to the fit from previous versions make the shoe more comfortable while maintaining the performance driven...” Read expert review
Andrew Leibowitz
Running Expert