Who should buy the Adidas PureBoost X TR 2

Designed with a woman’s foot in mind, the Adidas PureBoost X TR 2 features technologies that meet the needs of active women. It is a solid option if:

  • You are into various workouts like cross-training, walking, and dancing. 
  • Twisting and turning have been a challenge to you, and in need of a shoe that would help you carry out such maneuvers with ease. 

Adidas PureBoost X TR 2 Logo

Outsole for multi-directional movements

The PureBoost X TR 2 utilizes a full-length rubber outsole. This material is durable, flexible, and slip-resistant. It is also non-marking which means it does not leave streaks on gym floors.

The outsole is designed to support multi-directional movements and provide traction on most surfaces. The flex grooves on the entire bottom of the platform accommodate the natural flexibility of the foot.

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The pivot disc in the forefoot section is meant to make twists and turns easy and smooth. This structure has minimal grooves that do not hinder the fluidity of movements.

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The Adidas PureBoost X TR 2's midsole

Adidas’ proprietary Boost technology makes up the midsole unit of the PureBoost X TR 2. The Ethylene-vinyl acetate (EVA) pellets undergo a unique process that results in the styrofoam-like appearance of the Boost foam. This underfoot padding is claimed to have better shock-absorbing properties than the traditional EVA foam. According to the company, this midsole has a high-energy return that delivers a bouncy feel to each step.

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This acclaimed cushioning technology is also used in the Adidas Pureboost Trainer, which was released in December 2018 and has already gathered a good number of positive reviews.

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Breathable upper

The Adidas PureBoost X TR 2 employs a synthetic material for the upper. The flexible fabric offers a snug, yet non-restrictive fit. It is also breathable and keeps the inside well ventilated.

Adidas PureBoost X TR 2 Upper

Anti-wobble overlays

Synthetic overlays on the heel and midfoot sections add support and structure to the upper. They reinforce the lacing system and add lateral support to the forefoot. At the back, the structure serves as an external heel clip that prevents the foot from wobbling.

Adidas PureBoost X TR 2 Overlays

Snug lacing system

The shoe uses a traditional lacing system with webbed eyelets. The structure allows users to adjust the fit according to their preferences. The round laces pass through a single slot on the lightly padded tongue to prevent it from moving out of place. The tongue protects the instep from irritation when the laces are tightened.

Adidas PureBoost X TR 2 Lacing System

Comfortable in-shoe feel

The padded collar locks the foot down and prevents accidental shoe removal. It also serves as a protection against chafing.

Soft fabric lines the inside of the PureBoost X TR 2. It aims to deliver a comfortable in-shoe feel even when users do not wear socks.

Adidas PureBoost X TR 2 Collar

The Adidas PureBoost X TR 2's floating arch

The floating arch gives the footwear a unique look. Aside from that, it supports the arch during workouts or walking.

Adidas PureBoost X TR 2 Floating Arch

Facts / Specs

Weight: 9oz
Update: Adidas Pureboost X TR 3.0
Use: Workout / Gym / Cross-training
Width: Normal
Features: Lightweight
Collection: Adidas Pureboost
BRAND Brand: Adidas

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Author
Nicholas Rizzo
Nicholas Rizzo

Nick combines 10+ years of experience in the health and fitness industry and a background in the sciences in his role as the Fitness Research Director. During his competitive powerlifting years his PRs have him sitting in the top 2% of bench presses (395 lbs), top 3% of squats (485 lbs) and top 6% of deadlifts (515 lbs) for his weight and age. His work has been featured on Bodybuilding.com, LiveStrong, Healthline, WebMD, WashingtonPost, and many more. Along the way, collaborating with industry leaders like Michael Yessis, Mark Rippetoe, Carlo Buzzichelli, Dave Tate, Ray Williams, and Joel Seedman.