adidas Men's Senseboost Go Running Shoe
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I think this shoe will have really good durability. I say that because Continental Rubber usually has great durability, lasting around 400-500 miles. It also has the same pattern essentially as the Solarboost 19, which I had got just about 600 miles out of. I think the midsole itself should have a lifespan of at least 350-400 miles, as Boost is also usually very durable. Good traction on-road and dirt trails
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If you are a a runner that tends to enjoy faster paces or firmer cushioning, the Adizero line is definitely for you. Of special note is the fact that the Adidas Adizero Adios racing flat holds the world record and next three fastest times in the marathon. Adidas Supernova One of the problems that Adidas has encountered over the last decade among serious runners is legitimacy.While it seems that Adidas has realized the error of their ways, the running shoe offerings of the last two years seem to be on par with the true heritage of this great company. Adidas first released its Boost technology in 2013 and its impact on running shoe technology was immediate. This TPU based technology made up of thousands of small foam pellets was first developed by a German chemical corporation. This technology led to a sea change in the way that running shoe companies conceptualized the capabilities of foam EVA, and directly led to the massive advances in EVA cushioning we see today.
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The Adidas Senseboost Go is recommended for those who are looking for a comfortable shoe for short, slow-paced runs that is stylish enough for casual wear. Who should NOT buy the Senseboost GoFor many years they attempted to combine performance running with fashionable lifestyle designs with shoes such as the “Yeezy” co-designed by Kanye West.
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The upper of this shoe is Adidas Primeknit upper and was pretty nice in the way it fit and was engineered. Unfortunately, I just feel all of it was pretty heavy. While these shoes were laughable at best, they also undermined the performance aspects of the Boost technology and scared many lifelong runners away. This also impacts the resale of many Adidas shoes with Boost technology. All of the Adidas running shoes featured here have rubber outsoles designed in cooperation with Continental Tires and actually feature Continental rubber compounds.Full length Boost midsole roam provides excellent cushioning and energy return with good durability. The Supernova line has been around since the late 1990s and it represents Adidas’ more protective everyday training shoes. As the aforementioned Adizero line is focused around racing and faster paced training, the Supernova line is built to handle high mileage and they tend to feature a bit softer and more extensive cushioning than the Adizero shoes. Lifestyle vs Performance While this technology is great in theory, there have been some issues with overall volume in the toe box of Adidas’ shoes using Primeknit, primarily the Ultra Boost. Think of Primeknit as a one piece upper of tightly knit synthetic material which flexes and comforms to the foot. The advantage here is that the fit feels customized to the wearers’ foot and it decreases the risk of blisters and hotspots.