If you are keen on running, or a basketball lover, or love collecting shoes, you must have heard of boost, a very popular and popular shoe technology.
Boost is a trademarked polymer used by Adidas, in the form of pellets which are compressed and molded for various shoe models the company sells, men’s shoes, women’s shoes, etc.
The pellets consist of proprietary thermoplastic urethane (TPU) that is formed into a small pill shape. Adidas collaborated with the German chemical company BASF to develop this material.
Prior to its first integration into the Adidas running line in 2013, this material was developed by chemists at BASF, BASF sold its product to Adidas who integrated it into the midsoles of certain lines of their shoes.
Since its inception, boost technology has become the signature technology of adidas shoes, which is widely used in two lines of sneakers:
Ultraboost is the flagship series of Adidas running shoes and the symbol of boost technology. The combination of boost midsole technology, Primeknit vamp weaving technology and Continental ™ Horse rubber outsole makes Adidas’s Ultraboost running shoes the strongest running shoes. Ultraboost is highly praised by runner for its excellent foot feel.
- Yeezy boost
Adidas Yeezy is a fashion collaboration between German sportswear company Adidas and American designer, rapper, entrepreneur and personality Ye (formerly known by name Kanye West). The collaboration has become notable for its high-end limited edition colorways and general releases offered by the Yeezy Boost sneakers lineup. The collaboration has also produced shirts, jackets, track pants, socks, slides, women’s shoes and slippers. The first shoe model (“Boost 750”) was released in February 2015.
Yeezy boost is the representative of fashion in the shoe circle. Yeezy boost has won the favor of young people all over the world with its fashion characteristics and excellent appearance.
Boost technology is not only used in running shoes, but also in basketball shoes. If possible, would you chose Boost?