The neutral Adidas Adizero Boston 6 is the traditionalist runner's dream. For the most part, there are no exotic features or complicated designs - it is a straightforward offering that gets you out on the road without fuss. Everything went right with these: they were extremely light, had better than average responsiveness and landing comfort and were all-around top competitors. The most notable attribute of these was their high heel-to-toe discrepancy, 10mm, which places it firmly in the traditional camp.
We think most runners will be very happy with these trainers, but we went ahead and compared them to a handful of other top selections to really narrow what sets these apart from the others and to introduce you to others that might better fit your needs.