Designed to give back the effort you are putting out, adidas Energy boost running shoes feature revolutionary Energy-Returning Boost™ technology in the midsole to deliver extreme durability and soft, smooth transitions. These running shoes have a sleek and speedy look to help keep you motivated toward reaching your goals. Perfect for runners looking for exceptional bounce and cushioning.
Upper: Techfit™ provides lightweight and flexible support. Flat laces reduce pressure points. Flexible textile with welded synthetic overlays adds support and stability. Padded tongue and heel collar enhance in-step comfort.
Midsole: TORSION® SYSTEM delivers lightweight arch support that allows the forefoot and rearfoot to move independently for better surface adaptation and stability. miCoach® compatible. BOOST™ offers supreme durability with soft and comfortable touchdown and a smooth transition to the forefoot. Removable insole.
Outsole: ADIWEAR™ offers optimum high-wear durability. External heel counter provides optimal heel fit and running comfort.
Named "Daily BFF" in the 2013 Shoe Guide by Women's Health magazine. "Your feet tire less quickly, so you can keep going and going."
The March 2013 edition of Competitor magazine names these shoes a Modern Classic with their new foam formulation. “Once you get used to the springy sensation under foot, you realize there’s quite a bit of energy return coming from these shoes.”
Shape magazine gives these shoes the 2013 Shoe Award in the Running category for Best for Cushioning in the April 2013 edition. “During long sessions, the well-ventilated upper eliminates blister-causing hot spots.”
Runner's World Best Debut
"adidas is rethinking midsole materials and scrapping the standard EVA foam used in most running shoes. Instead, it's using a thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) material found in the dashboards of BMW automobiles; 2,500 little plastic pebbles are fused with steam and pressure to yield the cushioning layer of a single shoe. The result is a midsole that is 'springy' and offers better cushioning than traditional foams, as confirmed by both our wear-testers and measurements in the RW Shoe Lab. 'It's a bouncy shoe, without feeling overly cushioned,' says Chris Donelly, of Maplewood, New Jersey. 'I felt in touch with the roadway, but there was a lot of play in the footstrike, in a good way.' The only complaint we heard about the Energy Boost is that the stretchy upper proved too snug for some runners with bigger, wider feet."
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