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#1 Posted : 12 September 2018 09:38:07(UTC)

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The adidas shoes for men adidas adizero Adios Boost running shoe is the follow-up to the popular Adios 2, which seems like a strange naming convention. It is a lightweight, racing flat geared toward neutral runners, but a great pair of running shoes for runners looking for a stylish, comfortable pair of running shoes.

Like I said, adidas shoes for girls they’re great to use for interval training on a track as well as shorter distances races like a 5-10K. It’s definitely not limited to short distance events as displayed in the New York City Marathon results. The winner, Geoffrey Mutai finished at 2:08:24 wearing the Adios Boost, as well as the 3rd, 4th and 5th place runner! If only the 2nd place winner was wearing them, talking about sweeping the podium for Adidas (although 4/5 isn’t bad either).

The adidas shoes porsche Adios Boost is a little bit lighter than its predecessor at around 8 ounces with a mesh upper that is extremely breathable and the midsole uses Adidas Boost technology made of TPU instead of the conventional EVA which does an excellent job at absorbing shock and contact while running. The outsole/midsole interface features the Adidas Torsion System as on the Energy Boost, a web of thin, stiff green plastic under the arch and extending in strips on the outer edges towards the toe. This system produces the snappy toe off and also helps stabilize the soft Boost material.

I have only adidas adizero cleats gone on a few weekend runs with the Adidas Adizero Adios Boost, but from those few runs, I think I found my new racing flats. I’ve previously been racing exclusively in my Brooks Racer ST 5’s and although I don’t have very many complaints with those shoes, I feel like the combination of the light and sleek design, along with Adidas new Boost technology, these can definitely give me that extra lift during my races. I have a half marathon in January and I am considering wearing Adios Boost as my go-to race shoes, I just need to go on a few more runs in them to help break them in!
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