Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 52
Rated 3 out of 5 by SuperDanny shocking colours available
I still run in Supernova Sequence 4 because all latest models have rubbish colours. What is it with running trainers that you have to make them look so uncool. Only Nike seem to try and make some more minimalist designs, all the other manufacturers are the same. If you made a summer version of this shoe in some classic designs you would sell out, Take a leaf out of the Stan Smith Tennis shoes new colourways, white with Red, Green or Blue. Or the new world cup inspired Copa Mundial Samba Football boots. Its World Cup year in Brasil and nobody wants to wear grey, black or silver. Get a grip
February 7, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by TommyB Best runners I have had!
Tried many makes before beginning with M and other brands beginning with A. A was terrible, blisters all the way & never got on with them, this is despite being fitted for them. I never considered Adidas as a serious running brand but these shoes have changed my opinion completely. These feel like you are running on air - amazing - not a blister in sight and support in just the right places. I think the mixed reviews here just prove you shouldn't pay attention to any of them and these highlight the fact that each person is different, has different feet and you have to see for yourself; go to a reputable running store and get them fitted properly.
August 30, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by blschupbach Supernova Sequence 6 - too many changes from 5
I am a woman but have worn Supernova Sequence men's running shoes for over five years. They have been a blessing to my racing and casual running life! Unfortunately the changes made to the shoe for the 6 model are not up to par and I'm finding myself having to search for a new shoe. The shoe has gotten more narrow, and one thing I loved about this shoe was how wide it was for my bunions. I also feel like my heel wants to slip out, especially with my custom orthotics, a problem I never had in the past with the 5 model and older. I am disappointed with the 6. Hopefully the 7 will go back to some of the old features so I do not have to find a new shoe!
October 21, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Haverford Runner Worst addidas shoes ever!
I bought a pair of supernova 6 based on the great reviews of previous supernova shoes. It has been the worst shoes I have ever used in my life. The shoes' sole is completely worn down after only 5 months and less than 50 miles. I sending them back to addidas for a full refund.
April 6, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by 1oves2run Great purchase
Great shoe, fast shipping and service
April 8, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Antmax Great shoe
I have run in the sequence since the third generation. Good cushioning and a smooth ride and not too heavy. They have just the right amount of support for me. I am a mild pronator and other shoes that correct this have too much support and cause me pain in the ankles and shins. I bought this pair for casual wear because they are so comfortable and the color was bad either. I bought the tech grey / infared.
March 25, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by adidas4me Supernova Sequence 6
I buy nothing but adidas and always have. I've never found a shoe feel or fit better. These new supernova sequence 6 shoes are probably my favorite adidas I've owned. They literally give me a spring to my step and feel like I'm walking on air. Absolutely love them and this will not be the only ones I own. I'll definitely buy the again.
March 15, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 SuperDUPERnova
Choosing my next pair of runners was no easy task. I spent a couple of weeks reading reviews, checking out the latest iterations, trying on a few pairs in the local running shops and brand hopping. Funny then, that I came back to Adidas.
Over the last few months I have been training for a half marathon, wearing the Adizero Tempo 5. What a shoe. Couldn't fault it at all. After a calk injury, I decided I wanted a little more cushioning, and support for my mild overpronation. I settled on the Supernova Sequence 6 for a couple of reasons.
1. Keeping the same support systems (which I personally believe is one of the best on the market) will allow me to dip back into my Tempo's for a fast run/race if I want to, without a break in period.
2. The Supernova offers the same support I've found to be ideal for my gait, whilst giving me a little more cushioning.
3. The new seamless upper has allowed me to drop half a size, keeping the shoe in better keeping with my frame (some trainers just felt too clunky!) and avoids the inevitable rub of a complicated toe box.
4. The new 6 looks sleek and well put together. It seems to take some design cues from the Boost range, which is no bad thing as they are some good looking shoes. I went with the white/blue/silver - I can't fault it! Bright for the winter too!
5. After just a couple of runs, the Sequence have proved to offer me ample comfort and support, whilst not feeling too heavy or clunky. I have even found a tendancy to run on the mid-forefoot, but that might be due to a concious effort to change my form than just the shoe itself.
Overall, I would personally recommend the Sequence if you're looking for a supportive, cushioned and classy looking trainer. The only drawback it would seem is that the mesh does let in a little too much water from the English winter showers. Other than that, I find it faultless. There are comments that the heel feels low, but I don't think I've noticed transferring from the Tempo.
Ultimately, read all reviews to make a shortlist, and go try the shoes on. Everyone is different, and what one person loves, another hates.
September 12, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Zane1313 Run away
Like many who buy these shoes, my feet overpronate, typically wearing out the insides of my shoes within about a month with minimal use. After having searched and gone through other brands of shoes claiming to help with overpronation, I ran (no pun) across the Adidas Supernova Sequence 3. With light use at the gym (30min cardio, 4x a week), these shoes lasted 2+ years and were still helping to correct my overpronation just as if they were fresh out of the package. They looked really dirty, though, so I bought a pair of Sequence 6s.
The Supernova Sequence 6, like many have noted here, are much different. They're not as comfortable, they are more cheaply made (the rubber sole started to tear apart within a month under the same activity I'd worn the Sequence 3's during), and at the 3 month mark, while the exterior of the shoes looked practically new, these shoes were rubbing blisters into my toes and the interior fabric was worn away, as is typical with shoes I've bought in the past that did not correct for overpronation.
Long story short, I'm not sure what all changed, but the Sequence 6 clearly are not the same quality and were not designed as well as previous models. I was lucky enough to find a pair of Sequence 4s in my size and had them mailed from some little shoe shop in Germany. They feel nearly as good as the Sequence 3s, but when those wear out, I'm extremely wary of supporting whatever new model of Supernova Sequence is out by then, given how poorly the 6s ended up being done.
March 25, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Stoic Great Shoes
I was hesitant of buying this shoes when I read the comments, but glad I took the risk. First, it's true to size. Second it's very light and very pleasing to the eye. They are my latest running shoes.
March 16, 2014