The adidas P.O.D. System combines many aspects from the past with current technology to create a sneaker for the future.
With all the new and old silhouettes coming out such as the aggressive-looking AlphaBounce Instict and the re-release of the Continental 80 after 40 years, it appears that adidas Originals is on a tear as of late. That being said, meet adidas Originals’ newest entry to that lineup: the P.O.D. System.
The P.O.D. System (Point of Deflection) is an amalgamation of three components that have been used throughout adidas’ historic run: the TPU Point of Deflection Bridge from 1989, which brings stability and flex to the stride, a high-rebound EVA forefoot from 1995 that allows for a soft yet responsive cushioning, and adidas’ top-tier cushioning, Boost, in the heel. Finally, there is an over-designed knit upper that gives the wearer a snug and supportive feel.
The adidas P.O.D. System ‘Core Black/Grey’ is set to release globally June 16 for $130.
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