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Building on the new boost™ foam technology with its unique energy capsules, adidas has released its adiStar running model in a Boost mold. Made with a FORMOTION® design, the running shoes feature TORSION® SYSTEM midfoot support
The adidas boost makes a good first impression from the get go. After opening up the box and take the shoes in your hands you feel they are very lightweight and flexible. The overall feeling it gives you is one of quality and professionalism. Details are well worked out and the design of the shoe is in total balance.
The IN MOTION series by Highsnobiety are short and sweet video highlights of great new products. And no doubt, one of those great new products is the Energy Boost runningshoe by adidas. As mentioned in a previous post, the Energy Boost is a new and groundbreaking technical development by adidas.
The new boost™ foam by adidas with its unique energy capsules features a magical combination of functional benefits. Unlike any other foam it gives a soft and springy cushioning and feels ‘alive’. It energizes your running stride for more efficiency independent from the temperature and ensures maximum comfort.
On February 27th adidas will introduce a new innovation in the ever evolving market of running shoes. In the words of adidas: A revolution in running is coming.
The upper of the PrimeKnit is constructed from a seamless engineered technology that has been digitally knitted together, providing a flexible, lightweight performance shoe. Following on from the hugely successful 2012 London Olympics edition, adidas have released four new colourways
For Spring/Summer 2013 adidas Originals will pay tribute to its running heritage by releasing a special collection, dubbed Running Highlights. The collection will feature several lifestyle and vintage running models in the vibrant colors of the ‘80s and ‘90s.
We have seen preview images of the all new adidas AdiZero Primeknit runningshoe recently, but last week it was released officially. The Primeknit is adidas its own take on the one-piece-upper knitted running shoe technology like we have seen in Nike’s FlyKnit.
While Nike is going all out with the introduction of its Flyknit technology by widespread releasing the first Racer and Trainer+ versions, adidas has released its own lightweight one-piece technology called PrimeKnit.
Back in March we wrote about the adidas adiPure Adapt, an ultra lightweight runningshoe that will bring adidas into the barefoot running market.
The ultra lightweight runningshoe adiPure Adapt is what looks like a response by adidas to both barefoot running in general and Nike’s recently release FlyKnit technology.