The Sequence 6, which was released last summer, did not come complete with the Boost midsole. Boost is comprised of thousands of TPU pellets that are bonded together, resulting in high energy return and cushioning.
Unlike other adidas running shoes, the Sequence Boost implements Stable Frame technology in the midsole, which is designed to guide the foot smoothly through the gait cycle while offering stability for those whose overpronate—or those whose ankles turn inward, creating a steeper angle between one’s foot and leg.
"The Stable Frame is an entirely new approach to stability," said adidas's JT Newcomb. "Stable Frame is a full-length stability unit that guides your food from heel to toe, unlike traditional stability posts, which block your foot's motion."
The Sequence Boost's engineered mesh forefoot provides a very comfortable feel in the forefoot and adapts to the shape of your foot.
Our Thoughts on the supernova Sequence 7 Boost:
Allison: "I liked the feel of the engineered mesh more than the TechFit upper in other Boost models. It wraps the foot comfortably and fits true-to-size."
Dustin: "The Stable Frame was supportive and gave a more responsive feel than many shoes I've tried with dual-density midsoles."
Greg: "It was softer than I expected. Despite the norm of stability shoes being firmer, I found the Sequence Boost to be softer than the Glide Boost."
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adidas supernova Sequence 7 Boost specs:
- Category: Stability
- Heel-to-toe drop: 10mm
- Weight: Men's (size 9) - 10.9 ounces & Women's (size 7) - 9.2 ounces
- Recommended for: Moderate overpronators
Shop the adidas supernova Sequence 7 Boost for men & the adidas supernova Sequence 7 Boost for women