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Title: The High-Tech, Low-Key Running Shoe for Dudes Who Don't Run
Post by: Buie66 on February 25, 2017, 12:18:34 AM
The adidas  climachill rocket (http://www.gymselectshop.com/)Boost is one of those adidas Boost models that doesn’t get the recognition or credit it deserves. With all eyes on models such as the NMD, Pure Boost, Ultra Boost and Yeezy Boost, there’s bound to be Boost models that slip through the cracks, this happens to be one of them. Don’t let that stop you from picking up this dope pair of sneakers. Today we take a look at this Mid Grey colorway of the Climachill Rocket Boost.Notable features on the shoe worth mentioning include the comfort and lightweight provided by the neoprene and mesh upper paired up with the Boost infused sole unit. This colorway comes in a tonal grey offering, making it a versatile option regardless your style.


The adidas adizero adios 3 (http://www.gymselectshop.com/) running shoe has been honored with the Runner's World International Best Update Award.The newest version of the record-breaking adizero adios 2.0, the 3.0 once again features the brand's pioneering BOOSTTM technology, which provides a higher energy return than any other foam cushioning material in the industry for endless energy during your run.For the new 3.0 adidas also updated the Continental RubberTM outsole, microfit upper and torsion system, with Runner's World testers commenting that this update is "even better" than previous adizero adios versions.


When Adidas introduced the NMD, it was billed as a shoe that combined three archive runners (the Micropacer, Boston Super, and Rising Star) into a new silhouette, but the brand was adamant that it wasn't a adidas men running shoes (http://www.gymselectshop.com/). The newer EQT models, specifically the 93/17, blend a silhouette that's 24 years old with brand-new technology for an equally lifestyle-friendly feel. The Iniki, on the other hand, does something slightly—but crucially—different.Although Adidas doesn't claim a specific silhouette as the inspiration for the Iniki, any retro runner enthusiast will recognize the upper immediately. It's not a specific sneaker, but it has all the hallmarks of the first generation of runners like Nike's Tailwind and Adidas' TRAX. Blended into that design is a stretch mesh upper with hits of suede and a shiny mesh tongue.