For those who already use running shoes

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    For those who already use running shoes

    Als All Black Colorway kommt die Haven x <a href="">adidas ultra boost</a> Collabo so düster wie elegant. Das Uncaged Modell hat eindeutig einen technischen Touch. In die Laces sind metallisch reflektierende F?den eingewoben und die Side Panel kommen mit perforiertem Primeknit. Das All Black Colorway passt natürlich perfekt zum Teer und Asphalt des urbanen Dschungels – und schützt vorm Schmutz der Stadt. Branding ist nur ganz dezent eingesetzt. Die Tongue Label teilen sich Adidas und Haven untereinander auf. Ansonsten kommt der Haven x Adidas Ultra Boost Uncaged ziemlich clean.

    Futurecraft 4D is the first piece of footwear made with an innovative manufacturing technique called Digital Light Synthesis (DLS). <a href="">adidas supernova glide 7</a> partnered with 3D printing upstart Carbon who pioneered the new method. DLS allowed Adidas to manipulate a host of small details, which let the legendary footwear company craft a running shoe wholly different than anything it’s ever manufactured. With the help of 17 years of running data and roughly 50 different prototypes, Adidas is ready to show the world what it’s cooked up.

    For those who already use running shoes for specific conditions and surfaces, the Futurecraft 4D seems like a great addition to their closet. Where it lacks in versatility, it more than makes up for with its durable outsole capable of expanding the type of surfaces wearers feel comfortable running on. If you’ve got the dough, we recommend picking up (and reserving) a pair if you’re lucky enough to snag one of the 10,000 pairs <a href="">adidas powerlift</a> plans to release this upcoming fall and winter.

    Futurecraft 4D's midsole was designed using 17 years of running data <a href="">adidas originals chaussures</a> has collected from athletes. The midsole is made out of a blend of polyurethane and a unique ultraviolet light-curable resin proprietary to adidas that was developed with Carbon. It's a stiff elastomer that's 3D printed in a lattice structure to produce a high-performance midsole that's durable. Lattices can not be made using traditional manufacturing techniques, so the 3D printing of midsoles isn't a gimmick; if optimally designed, these midsoles should help improve performance and lessen the chance of injuries, at least for some athletes.





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