• FU8998-7.5

adidas Solar Glide 3 Boost Mens Running Shoes - White

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Long-distance running shoes with precise support.
Comfort and performance from heel to toe and top to bottom. The new SolarGlide 3 is a neutral workhorse running shoe built for the bulk of your training. Features include stitched-in reinforcement on the breathable mesh upper, providing targeted support. A supportive heel structure and a stability rail to guide your stride.
Inspired by aerospace technology: Tailored Fibre Placement provides stitched in reinforcement right where you need it.
Feel the energy: Boost is our most responsive cushioning ever, delivering incredible energy return.
Stabilising support: The Solar Propulsion Rail helps to support and guide the foot.

  • Regular fit
  • Lace closure
  • Flexible engineered mesh upper
  • Fitcounter heel for unrestricted fit
  • Stable, responsive running shoes
  • Responsive Boost midsole
  • Weight: 312 g
  • Midsole drop: 10 mm
  • Stabilizing Torsion System


Product Code FU8998-7.5
Brand adidas
Colour White
Manufacturer Colour White / Core Black / Signal Green
Gender Mens
Season Autumn / Winter 2020
Footwear Type Neutral & Cushioning


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Customer Reviews

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adidas Solar Glide 3 Boost

A while back, I started researching which shoes last longer - as anyone else that does a sizeable mileage will know, it's gets expensive replacing shoes frequently.
Among the best rated for durability (recommend doing an online search if this is an area which interests you), are the Adidas range featuring the soles from Continental Rubber - the German firm.
I've been using Reebok FloatRide for a good while - got my 6th pair a few weeks back - they last very, very well - typically around 350+ miles from a pair; and the Adidas will be similar to that - I know this, as I've had the previous generation to that which I'm writing this review for.

These shoes - very, very comfortable. If they lose out anywhere to the prior generation, and the Reeboks - they do feel incrementally less secure on
wet pavement, but other than that, a very solid offering.

I would have liked to have seen a bellow tongue - which sorts out unwanted
movement of the tongue -- BUT it doesn't move around, so perhaps Adidas
knew what they were doing leaving it off the design.

I'm only around 50 miles in with these, as I'm still mixing in my outgoing pair
of Reeboks (they're my wet weather option of preference, in spite of
not being goretex/similar - use SealSkinz socks!), so my expectations re:
durability will have to be affirmed later on... but I don't expect any problems,
and will be surprised if I don't get approaching 400 miles out of them.

Highly recommend doing your own research into longevity - saves money,
and it's more 'Green' too. We're already seeing some manufacturers shift
into this facet of design with more dedication, which I think will only rise, as
runners realise the importance of this aspect of their purchases - not only for the
good of the own bank balances ;-)