adidas supernova Glide 6 Boost Men's Running White/Tech Gray Metallic F32275 Weight : 11.0 Ounces D - Medium

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  • Model: F32275
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adidas Glide Boost running shoes now feature boost™ technology to return the energy you put into your run for a super-charged experience. Classic adidas style paired with modern colors and an innovative design create a look that trendy guys will love. Stability in the midfoot will give you the confidence to go faster and defeat your personal best.

Upper: Air mesh provides breathable flexibility. Padded tongue and heel collar enhance instep comfort. Flat laces reduce irritation and pressure points. Synthetic overlays offer lightweight support.

Midsole: Textile lining provides maximum comfort. TORSION® SYSTEM maintains midfoot integrity. Boost™ energy returning properties keep every step charged with an endless supply of light, fast energy. Removable insole. miCoach compatible.

Outsole: Continental™ Rubber outsole provides optimal grip in wet conditions.


Runner's World Editor's Choice
Spring Shoe Guide 2014

"'I love the cushioning in this shoe,' says Nikki Perschy, a wear-tester from East Stroudsburg, Pa., summing up the feedback of many wear-testers. That's thanks to Boost foam, which Adidas told us last fall will be going into every one of its $100-plus performance-running shoes. If this shoe is any indication, that's very good news. The Glide has always been a sturdy trainer, but it was never all that exciting. Boost has given it new life. The new midsole material offers better cushioning than traditional foams, is resistant to temperature changes—it doesn't get hard in cold weather—and feels a little springy underfoot. The change to Boost also allowed Adidas to scrap the crash pad found on earlier versions; the new midsole compresses enough for a smooth heel-first landing."