Adidas finds a way to build on greatness, as it unveils the Ultra Boost 3. 0 featuring the thickest woven Primeknit upper we’ve seen on the model.
We are talking about it today .
For the material : it has been featuring that updated Triple White Primeknit upper again , and you knowthe material is great , especial for the summer . the ventilation is nicely . with a Trace Cargo-colored heel-cap, and opaque/clear cage, I have to say this is the classic Ultra boost ,but the Midfoot cage can be uncomfortable as it is made of hard plastic. Throughout the mid foot Adidas employs a Midfoot Cage which seems like a good idea until you realize its made of fairly hard rubberized plastic which pokes into your foot.
for the traction : Adidas Boost midsoles are likely the best material, It is energy return and longevity.The Continental outsole is wonderful and just what we’ve come to expect from Adidas. This outsole rubber wears very slowly and is the stickiest road shoe I’ve found for running on wet roads. It also holds up great on trails.
For the supporting : it is not very good as usually . I an not feel the supporting actually .
For the cushioning : Adidas utilized the Energy Boost which has a wonderfully well cushioned full length Boost midsole, but then uses a Dual Torsion thermoplastic device in the midsole which makes the shoe completely inflexible and dead feeling.
The cushioning tech certainly has a great product with Boost technology, and their shoes are very well made and hold up.
there are some details of the insole ,Full length Boost midsole material provides a ton of cushioning.
that is the best for the boost .
With the Boost phenomenon Adidas have tapped into the fashion forward lifestyle crowd and I would fully expect to see this shoe at college campuses and high end health clubs rather than on the feet of runners actually training.
Overall , Stretchy mesh upper with a wide forefoot fit will work for most runners and adidas has the Energy Boost are the best for the Adidas .