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adidas Ultraboost $160 Delivered (RRP $240) @ JD Sports


Good deal (at least 33% off) on a few Ultraboost colorways from JD sports. IMHO Ultraboosts are arguably the most comfortable runners / sneakers you can get. Most people wear them casually, they are great for walking and stylish too. I personally have 10 pairs of Ultraboost in various colours which I like to rotate.

Shameless plug warning My obsession with these shoes has also led me to create an instagram page @drezykicks to showcase this wonderful silhouette. (note, I have no affiliation with adidas)

Both Green and Multicolour available in stock in most sizes at the time of posting.

Black Multicolor:


Army Green:


White CBC:


Orca:$180 (RRP $300)



Merging next-level performance with street-ready style, adidas unveils these men's Ultra Boost trainers. Bringing a fresh new spin on the Ultra Boost 4.0 silhouette, these kicks are built with a breathable Primeknit upper - a game-changing knit that wraps the foot in ultra-light comfort and support, whilst a TPU midfoot cage brings a locked-down fit. Whether you're running the track or the streets, these trainers will keep you comfy thanks to their signature cushioned Boost and Torsion support system, which adds stability. Finished with iconic 3-Stripe detailing to the sidewalls and branding to the heel and tongue, these will keep you both stylish and comfy wherever you go.

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  • These colours are often a fair bit lower than rrp

  • Anyone else find these ugly? It's the big bump on the heel, I think. Never understood why they are so popular.

    • Marketing mate. They might spent millions on that to be a trend. Same things happen every new model, some more successful than others but that's pure marketing.
      Do you think those made this year magically improve your health than thos they made few years ago?

      • ALso they are comfy as hell. Interested to know what sneakers you are into @vetopower?

        • I just got my first pair and man they feel like they will last a few months only. They also seen to have no foot support. I think these are fashion items only

    • I never get it either, they're just so early-eighties …..plain.

  • Why is the Orca RRP so much?

    These shoes are dead ugly in my eyes. They DO look comfortable however. I wouldn't want to wear them on a wet morning or a day it might rain tho.

    • Black Boost midsole. Adidas like to charge a premium for the Ultraboosts with black boost for some reason :( They are easier to keep clean though so thats a plus.

  • Comfy yes, but zero arch support. May not be great if you have foot biomechanical problems.

    • Or be like me and put orthotics in them :)

      • Yes I put orthotic inserts (the ones you buy in shoe stores) in shoes, find you really need to put them in any shoe if you have arch issues.

      • They twist too much for orthotics.

        • I wear prescribed ones in mine with no problems, even with orthotics they are some of the most comfortable shoes i own.

          • @richy_o: If you grab the shoe in both hands, front of the shoe in one hand and the rear of the shoe in the other, if you can twist very easily, then it is reducing the orthotics use. If you actually need prescribed orthotics, it's worth trying actual good shoes with actual support etc to try with them, makes a world of difference. I get sore knees after long standing/walking sessions which is common for shoes with no rigidity.

            • @onlinepred: I get you buddy, but the reason why I stopped wearing my orthotics was because they limited what I could wear - not everyone wants to kick around with Asics shoes. My main benefit is that when I squat without them my patella grinds but with them in there's no grinding - so they're good enough for my use (I don't do much running if that's what you're talking about)