If you do a lot of running whether for fun, for health, for money (a.k.a. bookie/inaanak/credit card problems), for the ladies (read: to get trim and toned), or for sport, then we have something major for you: what adidas calls the greatest running shoe ever!
Here it is, the adidas Ultra Boost:
Man, with those looks, we would wear it even if it weren't the greatest. Speaking of which, are you wondering why the hell is it called the "greatest running shoe ever"? The answer lies in the video below:
Video via adidas Running
The Ultra Boost comes with 20-percent more Boost cushioning material, a feature which uses thousands of small capsules to deliver more bounce compared to the foam used by shoes from other brands. The same shoe tech is found on other kick-ass adidas kicks like the Crazylight Boost and the D Rose 5 Boost as well.
Video via adidas Basketball
To complement this feature, adidas slapped an updated version of its Primeknit technology (the knitted material that shields your foot) on the Ultra Boost to provide maximum comfort while running. We're also told that it helps prevents blisters which, as we all know, can really ruin what is otherwise a nice run.
But it doesn't end there, folks! To be called "the greatest ever" means you should have more, and more the Ultra Boost has:
- Stretch Web: An outsole that adapts and stretches according to your foot's movements to maximize the power generated by the Boost cushioning system
- New heel construction: For a more natural movement of the Achilles tendon
- Dual-density Torsion System: Provides a more independent heel and forefoot movement for better stability and a smoother, more controlled run
How about it? Are you game for experiencing your greatest run yet with the greatest running shoe ever? If you are, then prepare P8,295 for the Ultra Boost, which is set to be available locally starting February 25! #SaveUpToLaceUp
The adidas Ultra Boost will be sold via adidas outlets around the metro and Runnr BGC!
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