Adidas Yung 1 Shoe On Black Friday Deals 2020
Hi, what’s going on everyone! It’s Nigel with Honest Soles back here again with another sneaker review that will help you decide if a couple of sneakers is right for you personally. Now, we are reviewing the Adidas Yung 1.
This running footwear first made its debut in 2018, and I’d say its appearance was at the optimum time possible as that was when the ‘dad shoe’ trend was catching on.
Since that time, this bulky sneaker has caught the attention of sneaker enthusiasts and is currently largely used as a lifestyle sneaker, though it was actually suitable for running. Through the years, a variety of colorways are also released.
Putting all of the hype noise aside, just how do these sneakers fare for running or lifestyle use? That’s what we’re going to learn today! Let’s dive right in…
Top features of the Adidas Yung 1
As always, we’ll start with a break down of all the key top features of this sneaker that will help you have an improved understanding of what switches into its making.
The upper consists of 3 different layers of material stitched together, which is pretty unique for me. What I like relating to this is that different layers all carry different colours but have the ability to blend well together to provide a sick design. The random mixture of suede, leather and mesh upon this sneaker also helps it be more interesting.
This unique mixture of material and colours could however be considered a flaw of the sneaker. Some users have commented that the colours on the upper are often stained onto the other person and so require careful cleaning. Personally I’ve not encountered this matter yet, but I’ll update the review upon this pointer if some of that changes.
Appearance aside, breathability is pretty decent too. Initially, I assumed that the layers of material on the upper would compromise the breathability of the shoe. Thankfully, I was wrong. The upper still provides great breathability and that means you won’t sweat your feet off when taking these shoes out for a run.
The upper upon this sneaker offers great strechability aswell, giving me a good comfortable fit while allowing enough room for toe movements.
The midsole is nothing fancy, manufactured from the most common EVA foam. In comparison to other midsole technology from Adidas (like the BOOST technology), the Adidas Yung 1 would give lesser support and bounce. But don’t misunderstand me, the midsole still offers reliable performance and comfort, not the best.
Recommended Reading: Read more about how precisely the BOOST midsole fare
Having took these shoes for a run, I could safely say that the outsole of the shoes offer great traction. This will be a advantage for you personally runners out there, as the grip on these feels amazing no matter terrain.
Another indicate note is that the outsole is thicker than usual and includes a pattern created to last. And that means you won’t need to worry about the shoe losing traction easily as time passes.
For me, the Adidas Yung 1 is a fairly comfortable sneaker. Using its stretchy upper and heavy padding around the collar, I really like that sneaker offers a comfortable fit. The forefoot area also offers more room to go around than usual, which is very good news for anybody with wider feet. Of course, obtaining the right size is vital to ensuring maximum comfort when rocking these sneakers. We’ll touch more on sizing down the road..
Style / Usability
The Adidas Yung 1 is made for running purposes but is basically used as a lifestyle sneaker. This couldn’t get any better, having a set of sneakers which you can use not merely to rock your look also for running.
For running, I’d say these sneakers make a reasonably decent running shoe. As stated above, they give great breathability and stretch, decent support and bounce, rather than to mention, it really is one durable shoe. I’ve tried these on for 3 runs now and I’m pretty content with its performance. Sure, it isn’t the best running shoe but also for what it provides given its good deal, I’ll say it’s satisfactory enough. More on the price below..
Style wise, these sneakers certainly are a perfect addition to the ‘dad shoe’ trend. Many have commented these sneakers resemble the Adidas Yeezy Boost 700 but I actually just like the Adidas Yung 1 better. The color mixture appeals more if you ask me and I find the overall design more unique. But that’s just me.. (what do you consider?).
Anyways, there sneakers certainly are a great addition to your #kicksoftheday and would surely let you rock many different outfits. Plus, there are many colourways that you can pick from so I’m sure you’ll find the one that fits you.
Here are some personal on feet shots for your reference. I am hoping I don’t look too bad in them!
The Adidas Yung 1 runs bigger than usual, which isn’t surprising considering its bulky look. I went a complete size down on these sneakers to have a comfortable snug fit. But that’s me with my narrow feet. In most cases, I think it will be safe to go half to 1 size down.
To place things into perspective, I’m a US 9 for the Adidas Ultra Boost and Nike Air Max 97. I also wear US 8-8.5 for the Adidas NMD and Nike Air Force 1. Hope that can help you have an improved idea on sizing!
The Adidas Yung 1 posesses pretty affordable retail price of $120.
On top of that, as this sneaker has been released for some time now, you can obtain them from most trusted online retailers for only $70!!
Even on online marketplaces like Amazon, you can get these sneakers at typically $80.
But may be the Adidas Yung 1 worth spending money on? I’d say a good yes for what it includes. Read on for a listing of what the Adidas Yung 1 offers.
Summary of Advantages and disadvantages for the Adidas Yung 1
- Unique Design
- Offers great Breathability and Stretch
- Comfortable Fit
- Decent Support and Bounce
- Permits both Running and Lifestyle use
- Affordable price
Colours on the upper could stain each other
Overall, I’d say the Adidas Yung 1 is an excellent sneaker for both lifestyle and running use. Given its strength and comfort, they make amazing everyday sneakers whether you’re wearing them for work, movie, walk and so forth (you get my point..). Particularly if you’re a runner, these sneakers will be a good fit for you personally. So if you’ve not gotten a pair yet, I’d recommend you do so.
So what do you consider? Are they a COP or DROP for you personally? Let’s hear it in the comment’s section below!
Assuming you have any questions regarding this sneaker, feel absolve to hit me up down in the comments too.
As always, lets spread the sneaker passion.