In early May adidas unveiled the SolarBoost, its newest running shoe, a technical performance silhouette inspired by NASA engineering. Now, we’ve got an early look at an upcoming colorway.
The 2018 adidas Solar Boost uses data-driven Tailored Fiber placements that implement recycled Parley material content within its fibers at the midfoot for support. According to adidas, every millimeter of the shoe is precisely stitched and constructed using data from the Aramis system to create a lightweight running shoe.
Here’s a look ahead at the SolarBoost ‘Black/Grey’ colorway ahead of its rumored June 1 release date. For those who prefer a neutral colorway, you can’t go wrong with the shoe pictured here. It uses a Techfit upper, Solar Propulsion Rails, Stretchweb outsole, Continental Rubber, and the ever-so-comfortable Boost cushioning.
Check out Duke4005’s detailed first impressions of the adidas SolarBoost for performance information ahead of the review.
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