Adidas NMD

Adidas has really been stepping up their shoe game lately and it makes me so happy to try out different sneakers and go outside of my "shoe comfort zone". When I first slipped these babies on, I instantly knew it was love at first feel (lol). There's no doubt about comfort with these because of the BOOST sole. Just like the Ultra BOOST, it feels like you're walking on clouds. The fact that you're able to just slip these on and not have to worry about the laces, also makes them a plus.

I have to be honest though, when the NMDs first came out, I wasn't too into them. It could have been due to all of the hype around them and just like with the Yeezy Boost hype, I knew these would most likely be hard to get a hold of and sure enough, they sold out so quick. I didn't even try getting any on release day because I didn't want to set myself up for disappointment on taking another "L". Two weeks after they released, I decided to give in and get myself a pair. I went on eBay, knowing that I'd be paying over retail but I really had no other choice, I found the suede black pair for a decent price. Buying shoes online that I've never tried on before makes me a bit nervous because I never know how the sizing will work and I'm usually in between a women's size 8 and 8.5. I figured they'd fit the same as the Ultra BOOST so I went with an 8 and the fit was perfect! Lucky for me, Six:02 restocked the burgundy ones and while I was there, the employee told me they had one pair of the tan in MY size left! I couldn't decide on which one of the two to get, so I just bought both. :) Now I'm a proud owner of 3 comfy NMDs!

If you're debating whether to get some NMD's or not, I say pull the trigger ASAP. The comfort on them alone will have you sold. However, I think the runner in me still thinks the Ultra Boost are by far my fav comfy shoe out there right now, but that doesn't mean I don't want more NMD's!! (lol) 

Do you own any NMDs? What are your thoughts on them?

*Disclaimer* My thoughts and opinions are my own. This is not a sponsored post.