- 100% Synthetic
- Rubber sole
- Heel measures approximately 0-3"
- Platform measures approximately 0-3 inches
- Boot opening measures approximately 6-12 inches around
- Women's specific fit
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Explore your surroundings. These adidas running-inspired shoes feature a foot-hugging knit upper and a female-friendly fit. Soft midsole cushioning adds comfort as you head out for coffee or discover a busy side street.
- Department : Womens
- Manufacturer : adidas
- Package Dimensions : 11.8 x 7.8 x 4.5 inches
- ASIN : B07PYXRSLL
- Item model number : EE8078
- Date First Available : December 1, 2019
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Side note: I hear Nike is coming out with a shoe line specifically geared towards healthcare workers and shift work. Excited to give those a shot down the line but for now I am happy wearing both my cloud foams and ultraboosts
Sizing.. not sure how my feet shrank over the last 20 years but they have gone down from. 7.5-8 to a 5.5. Pretty soon i’ll be wearing baby shoes. In these particular shoes for my feet (knowing it varies for people) I’d say they’re a good fit maybe slightly roomy which works well since I wear thick compression socks since I am in nursing school. The 10-12 hours in the hospital make it so my feet swell. So I would recommend getting your normal size.
I have these shoes in both grey and pale blue. Although I agree “cloud foam” makes it sound like you’re stepping onto a memory foam mattress and it enveloping and caressing your tired feet.. it has much less padding than anticipated. However, these are THE most comfortable shoes I have owned in quite some time.
I have several pairs of Nike Free which are also comfy in their own right but I am finding my feet are getting slightly wider as I age (yay) I am in my 30’s if that helps any reader.
The huge plus in these are that the raised and padded heel makes it so I never ever get blisters there. And i always get blisters there.
The only thing i’m not crazy about is the tongue portion. The top of it hits the same area of my foot so I can’t sport ankle socks. It’s ok for me since I am always wearing them in scrubs under long pants.
I’ve worn my grey pair on 4 hour hikes, 8 hours in an amusement park and every time these do not make me feel like I have bound feet.
The price for a big name brand is really reasonable at $55. I typically expect to spen $100+
Dislike: my sneaker size varies with the manufacturer. These are my first Adidas. I am a size 5 in general for any shoe. My existing sneakers are Nike and 1 pair is a 6 and the other is a 4. It’s not a design flaw that they are a bit big bc as I said, I vary. They will be fine with a little tissue in the toe area.
Bought to have a sneaker for darker clothes like joggers. They are beautiful!
They are tight at first, and take some time to break in, after a week it’s effortless to put them on.
I also have very wide feet, and after breaking them in I have no issues. I typically wear a 8 1/2 W but these are 9s.
I have the black pair also, and I absolutely love these shoes.