Welcome to another edition of Kicks On Deck here on Kicksologists. Today, we bring you the latest from adidas Running, the Ultra Boost. You may or may not have heard about a rapper named Kanye West leaving Nike for the Three Stripes. Since then, adidas have been doing great things by releasing exciting new models that enticed sneaker heads in this modern generation.
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The adidas Ultra Boost uses full-length Boost cushioning that by far is one of the most comfortable sneakers I have ever tried on. We seriously recommend trying on a pair to simply experience the comfort. You don’t have to buy it, considering the steep $180.00 USD price, but you may just consider purchasing them after trying them on feet.
adidas Boost uses tiny TPU capsules compressed together to create maximum energy return. It allows the foot to have a more consistent run throughout your workout or and beats all the environmental elements in any given situation. Not only does the Ultra Boost feel comfortable under the foot, the upper is also created with comfort in mind. adidas uses Primeknit giving the kicks a glove-like fit and breathability.
One thing about running is that you need durability. The outsole uses a web like pattern for multi-surface traction. You can run in all sorts of terrain like the snow, sand, concrete, etc. We don’t recommend this shoe for hiking as it isn’t meant for off-trail environments.
What’s great about adidas Boost cushioning is that the longevity of it lasts a long time. Not only that, but it’ll continue to be consistent season after season after season. Unlike EVA cushion, Air Max, Zoom, and other cushion base tech, adidas Boost vows to last much longer than competitors and yes, I truly do believe it. Boost is amazing.
Check out the video for more info and insight on the adidas Ultra Boost. We definitely recommend for you to try a pair. If you own an Ultra Boost, let us know what you think down below in the comment section!
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