Who should buy the Adidas Ultraboost Multicolor

The Adidas Ultraboost Multicolor is a well-cushioned, breathable, and durable road running shoe best suited for:

  • both novice and experienced runners (with neutral pronation) who are into daily running and gym workouts
  • shoe enthusiasts who are fans of Ultra Boost models for all-day wear
  • walking, jogging, and athletic endeavors

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Breathable, stylish design

Fans of neutral running shoes can rejoice because the colorful Adidas Ultraboost Multicolor is in the market.

Adidas Ultraboost Multicolor Breathable, stylish design

This product features a facade that is reminiscent of the classic Ultra Boost models, with a street-ready look that is heightened by the presence of multicolored yarns and accouterments. Breathable knitted fabrics ensure all-day comfort.

Ultraboost Multicolor provides a responsive midsole

The responsive midsole of this product is composed of the ever-popular Boost technology, a full-length piece that is born from the amalgamation of thousands of thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) pellets.

Adidas Ultraboost Multicolor provides a responsive midsole

A midfoot foundation called Torsion System maintains structural integrity and balance while Continental rubber protects against surface abrasion.

Expensive price tag

Some runners consider the Adidas Ultraboost Multicolor to be an expensive running shoe.

Adidas Ultraboost Multicolor Expensive price tag

The one-piece design of the shoe’s opening makes it difficult to funnel the foot inside the interior chamber, according to a few testers.

Extra durable outsole

Continental rubber is the material that is used for the external pad of the Adidas Ultraboost Multicolor. This layer shields the rest of the platform from the tendency of the surfaces to exhibit wear and tear.

Adidas Ultraboost Multicolor Extra durable outsole

It is also extra durable since this brand’s rubber is commonly used for the tires of cars.

Offers grippy traction and flexibility

Heightened gripping capacity is the responsibility of the set of traction nodes that pockmark the waffle-like structure of the outsole. These circular nodes act like clamps that adhere to the ground with ease.

Adidas Ultraboost Multicolor Offers grippy traction and flexibility

The grooves that result from the existence of the protruding nodes make the platform more flexible, thus welcoming the natural process of the foot to move through the gait cycle.

Supportive and staves off impact shock

The various striking methods like midfoot and heel striking are positively enforced because of this adherence to flexibility.

Adidas Ultraboost Multicolor Supportive and staves off impact shock

The underfoot cushioning is the responsibility of the Boost cushioning technology. This feature runs the entire length of the Ultraboost Multicolor, fully supporting the foot and staving off impact shock during the striking phase.

Springy cushioning

It is made from amalgamated thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) pellets, which is tested and proven to result in a foam that is springier than many other industry-standard cushioning systems.

Adidas Ultraboost Multicolor Springy cushioning

Boost is a staple in many of Adidas’ rosters, including the ever-popular Ultra Boost and Pure Boost lines.

Helps mitigates overexertion

The Torsion System is a thermoplastic sheet that is placed in the midfoot section of the platform. This Adidas staple bolsters the structural integrity of the midsole, preventing the material from sagging.

Adidas Ultraboost Multicolor Helps mitigates overexertion

It also buttresses the muscles of the foot, staving off fatigue or overexertion. A sockliner is placed right above the main midsole component. This add-on offers a soft surface on which that foot can rest.

Hugs the foot

It doesn’t restrict flexibility because it has a thin profile. It can be removed or replaced with a new one if the wearer wants to do so.

Adidas Ultraboost Multicolor Hugs the foot

Primeknit is the material that is used for the upper unit of the Adidas Ultraboost Multicolor. This textile has the soft and flexible properties of woven cloth, thereby giving the impression that the silhouette that hugs the foot is similar to a sock.

Keeps the interior cool and dry

It has a lightweight construction that doesn’t mar the in-shoe experience. Also, breathing holes permit environmental air into, and through, the shoe, thus bringing a cool and dry ride.

Adidas Ultraboost Multicolor Keeps the interior cool and dry

A one-piece opening presents the foot with seamless coverage. The removal of the traditionally separate tongue unit staves off hot spots or material bunching.

Prevents in-shoe wobbling 

Synthetic panels that symbolize the three-stripe logo of the Adidas brand are stitched onto the sides of the shoe. These elements help the rest of the silhouette to keep the foot in place and be clear of in-shoe wobbling.

Adidas Ultraboost Multicolor Prevents in-shoe wobbling 

A traditional lacing system graces this model. Thin shoelaces snake through discreet eyelets that are at the tips of the synthetic panels. This scheme works with the rest of the upper in customizing the snugness or looseness of the foot wrap.

Adidas Ultraboost Multicolor holds the foot in place 

A thermoplastic counter is placed on the outside of the shoe’s rear. This feature holds the Achilles region of the foot in place and prevents it from exiting the shoe unintentionally.

Adidas Ultraboost Multicolor holds the foot in place 

The back and front of the one-piece collar have protruding ends that serve as pull tabs. They’re helpful for when the foot needs some extra room when going in, or out of, the interior chamber.

Facts / Specs

Terrain: Road
Weight: Men 10.7oz
Drop: Men 10mm
Arch support: Neutral
Base model: Adidas Ultraboost
Forefoot height: Men 12mm
Heel height: Men 22mm

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