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60% Off adidas Men's Ultraboost DNA Running Shoe - $99.98

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Thx OP picked up a pair of the toyko one.
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Great deal, thanks OP! In for 1 Tokyo.
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In for the Tokyo one as well thanks op
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taxland
Only size 8 in the Tokyo. Had bought 9.5 last time these came on sale at same price. Had to return as 9.5 were too tight. If you buying then get one size up.
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Same price as last time, more sizes, good deal
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7things wrote: Only size 8 in the Tokyo. Had bought 9.5 last time these came on sale at same price. Had to return as 9.5 were too tight. If you buying then get one size up.
I just ordered size 12...
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Not a troll question, but can one buy these if they’re not planning on using these for running?

Or is there a casual line for normal stuff? I.e grocery shopping, walking, errands, etc.
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djemzine wrote: Not a troll question, but can one buy these if they’re not planning on using these for running?

Or is there a casual line for normal stuff? I.e grocery shopping, walking, errands, etc.
I use my ultraboost atr for walking and "normal stuff" and they're great, best shoes I've ever owned.
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Thanks. Ordered a pair. Will see how they do for running/walking compared to Kayano I just picked up.
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Sempiternal wrote: I use my ultraboost atr for walking and "normal stuff" and they're great, best shoes I've ever owned.
I use them for work. I work on my feet all day 8-12h shifts. Pretty much my current shoevana.

I swap with Salewa hiking shoes with yoursole insole for the 12h shifts for a bit more support. On a 8h shift, my Boost are "naked" with the OEM thin insole.
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Bought these a while back. Pretty nice, and shipped extremely fast
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djemzine wrote: Not a troll question, but can one buy these if they’re not planning on using these for running?

Or is there a casual line for normal stuff? I.e grocery shopping, walking, errands, etc.
Yes you can
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djemzine wrote:
+1.
I would say "okay" ish. My spec are 38.5-39 euro size with a 110mm width (37.5 true size)... I wear the womens / kids 39.5.

They fit me on account of the top being mesh and stretch a lot. They fit pretty much like slippers.
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Longshot49 wrote: I would say "okay" ish. My spec are 38.5 euro size with a 110mm width...

They fit me on account of the top being mesh and stretch a lot. They fit pretty much like slippers
I have a current pair of some unknown line of ultraboost. Size 13 but it’s not wide width. Got it in 2019. It’s comfy but the fact that it’s not wide width makes it a little tight to wear at times.

Can we try these on stores if applicable?
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kenvin100 wrote: Are these good for wide feet?
Not at all, they fit very narrow. Size up 0.5 for a better fit if you have wider feet...I usually wear 8US, had to buy 8.5US with these...
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