It’s been six of ULTRABOOST and no signs of slowing down. Taking its name from the revolunary midsole technology, the running sneakers have been at the top of its game since 2015. With the launch of the adidas ULTRABOOST 21, it receives a fresh update for its most successful running silhouette.
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, the adidas designers continued to work closely with the adidas running community and testers. A lot of this was done through remote feedback and surveys, with the result being a bold a new design combined with the latest performance technology.
With the ULTRABOOST 21 midsole being a mainstay, the core focus of the development was to redesign the sneaker’s torsion system. The team developed the new adidas LEP (Linear Energy Push). This is said to provide around 15% increase in the forefoot bending stiffness. In addition to this, the midsole, too, received a boost, cramming in an extra 6% by means of the exaggerated heel curve. This provides runners with greater energy return and comfort in each stride.
Another of the elements that continue to perform is the PrimeKnit+ technology. The design here offers a more precise knit design, forged for better support and flexibility in its movement. In conjunction with the PrimeBlue upper, a high-performce recycled material created from 50% Parley Ocean Plastic, the adidas ULTRABOOST 21 continues the brand’s pursuit of a sustainable ecosystem.
adidas has been a great believer in bring change through sport, with the power to transform lives. With the adidas ULTRABOOST 21, adidas commits to bringing energy back to the people. The aim is to drive positive change and self-betterment.
The sneaker available online at adidas.co.za, as well as in adidas concept stores across the country. A pair carries a retail price of R3,599.
Take your running game to the next level with the adidas ULTRABOOST 21 with incredible energy return in every stride.