Who should buy the Adidas Energy Boost 3

The Adidas Energy Boost 3 is a well-cushioned running shoe that is ideal for daily use. Runners who are looking for a versatile shoe they can use for both walks or jogs should consider the Energy Boost 3.

  • High-arched runners who need a neutral shoe
  • A long-distance running companion for heel strikers

Adidas Energy Boost 3 logo

Updates to the Adidas Energy Boost 3

  • A new outsole design for improved traction.
  • More midsole material for a more cushioned feel.
  • Enhanced upper design for more flexibility without the extra weight.
  • A seamless, sock-like look and feel for the upper.

Adidas Energy Boost 3 upper

More traction, less wear

The Energy Boost 3 has a gender-specific outsole design that delivers enough forefoot flexibility. The outsole also utilizes the brand’s Adiwear technology that is specifically placed in high abrasion areas to avoid quick wear and tear.

Adidas Energy Boost 3 grip

Natural heel-to-toe transitions with the Energy Boost 3

The midsole utilizes the brand’s Boost Technology that offers efficient energy-return properties and superior cushioning for a more responsive ride. This works hand-in-hand with the Adidas Torsion System that allows the rearfoot and forefoot to move naturally for a more stable heel-to-toe transition.

Adidas Energy Boost 3 flexibility

Adidas' enhanced support

The upper of the Adidas Energy Boost 3 features the brand’s TechFit technology that delivers a seamless, sock-like fit. It offers added support without affecting flexibility. The strobe-lasting upper gives a more comfortable underfoot feel.

Adidas Energy Boost 3 midfoot support

Facts / Specs

Terrain: Road
Weight: Men 10.9oz / Women 9.4oz
Drop: 10mm
Arch support: Neutral
Forefoot height: 22mm
Heel height: 32mm
Collection: Adidas Energy Boost

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