Latest adidas Video Shoe Reviews
Check out all our adidas shoe reviews, everything from all of adidas’s running shoes to Yeezy’s to all of their basketball models. You should also check out our list of the top available adidas basketball shoes.
Adidas Trae Young 1The adidas Trae Young 1 is the first signature sneaker of the Atlanta Hawks’ superstar Trae Young. Traction and support are on point, and the cushion set-up is fantastic. The shoe combines two of adidas’ foam cushioning systems Light Strike and Boost.
adidas Boston 10The adidas Boston 10’s new high stack midsole combines Lightstrike Pro and Lightstrike for a ride that’s softer upfront and stable in the back. It packs the most foam ever on a Boston but maintains the typical 8mm drop. Embedded in the foam are five carbon Energy Rods that function similarly to a plate, working with the foam to propel you forward. The breathable upper features a 3/4 bootie that fits tight until broken in.
Best adidas Training Shoe
adidas Mahomes 1 Impact FLXThe adidas Mahomes 1 Impact FLX is Patrick Mahomes’ first signature shoe with adidas, and it’s a banger. The outsole is reminiscent of Feet You Wear, which ensures that your feet move naturally and without hindrance, unlike other training shoes that may be too stiff for explosive and dynamic movements. The midsole is comprised of their propriety EVA foam with caged Boost. There’s also a torsional support system for additional peace of mind while training.
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History of adidas
Adidas is a German shoe and sportswear brand founded and headquartered in Herzogenaurach. Adidas is the largest sportswear brand and manufacturer in Europe, and the second-largest in the world, behind Nike.
The adidas Group currently owns Reebok, the iconic sportswear company, a small ownership stake in the German football club Bayern Munich, and Runtastic, an Austrian fitness technology company.
The company was founded by Adolf Dassler and originally operated out of his mother’s house. Adolf’s older brother Rudolf joined him in 1924 and the Dassler Brothers Shoe Factory was born.
Dassler assisted in the creation of spiked running shoes and switched out the traditional metal spikes for rubber, making the shoe lighter and better suited for competition. Dassler actually convinced the great Jesse Owens to use his shoes during the 1936 Summer Olympics.
Then, in 1949, the two brothers had a falling-out and Rudolf left the company. Rudolf would go on to create another shoe brand you might have heard of: Puma. Adolf would end up changing the company’s name to adidas and the brothers would continue their feud for the rest of their lives.
The adidas logo which consists of three stripes was actually purchased in 1952 from a Finnish sports company by the name of Karhu Sports for the equivalent of $1,897 euros and two bottles of whiskey. Awesome!