A new adidas shoe uses one material ?

Running is a sport that is wasteful. Every year countless shoes have been fabricated, worn till they begin to fall apart and pitched into landfill. It is estimated that 300 million pairs of jogging shoes have been thrown away every year in the united kingdom alone. The initial experimental shoe of this type is Futurecraft.Loop.At […]

Adidas Supernova Review

Adidas offers a nice range of running shoes to meet different runner preference, and my initial impression of Supernova was that, although a cushioning shoe, it could fit into their stability line up but with increased cushion. The shoe’s slightly wider-than-average heel and toe box brings inherent support to the ride even without the brand’s […]

Adidas Energy Boost 3 Review

Adidas categorizes this shoe as a neutral trainer with a 31.5 mm heel stack height and a 21.5 mm forefoot stack height which gives you a 10mm differential. That all makes sense. What doesn’t seem to make sense is Adidas calls the shoe “lightweight”. At 11 ounces in size 9, it’s a stretch to call […]

Adidas Adizero Tempo 8 Review

Adidas brings another great performance model to the table. Short of new upper material, the shoe remains the same from its predecessor, which had more of an overhaul. It is very true to its name, being an ideal pick for race day and tempo day. I have worn many pairs of Adidas over the years […]

Adidas Supernova ST Review

Adidas Supernova ST General Info Adidas keeps changing up their shoe offerings, and for the Supernova titles, Supernova ST follows their Supernova Sequence 9, a completely different shoe that I liked so much more. Initially upon unboxing I saw the structured lines along the toe box upper and was looking forward to running in what […]

Adidas Pureboost DPR Review

The Adidas Pureboost DPR is a new version of the Pureboost line that is marketed as a shoe made specifically for city street running. It features a wider platform to allow for better traction and the ability to change direction comfortable and quickly, a knit upper, a lower stack height then other similar Adidas shoes […]


Reviewing Adidas Adizero Boston 6

Adidas Adizero Boston 6 General Info Adidas Adizero Boston 6 Top The Adizero Boston 6 replaces the Boston 5, both of which employ Adidas’ Boost midsole material. The Boston 6 is Adidas’ third lightest shoe after the Takumi-Sen and Adios Boost, both of which are true racing flats. The feel of the Boston 6 is […]


Adidas Originals Looks to drop another must-have silhouette

Adidas Originals has been busy lately delivering several Yeezy Boost 350 V2 and NMD releases, and the brand is ready to drop another must-have silhouette this week. Arriving on Thursday is the luxurious Tubular Instinct Boost, boasting premium materials in a pair of colorways — vegetable tan and black. The shoes will be available on […]


50 Years of Fantastic Footwear Innovation

In the beginning there were racing shoes. And runners saw that the shoes were good—for the few thin, athletic men who ran long distances at the time. Actually, they rather sucked, even for the young fast set. “Very few running shoes were available, if they could be called that,” says running shoe collector and National […]

Adidas Supernova Glide 4 Running Shoes Review

Many high mileage runners have enjoyed the stability and durability of the Adidas Glide series. The Glide is the workhorse of the Supernova product family. Many runners have remained loyal to this shoe for these very reasons, and also for the fact that it remains fairly unchanged from year to year. However, Adidas stepped up […]