Fit & Sizing
The Adidas Y-3 Pure Boost is available only in men’s sizing. People who have had the opportunity to purchase an Adidas Y-3 shoe before are recommended to go for the same size. Sizes range from 4.5 to 12.5. The suede heel lining prevents blisters and keeps the heel from sliding out. It also pushes the shoe forward for a better fit. The knitted mesh upper adapts to a variety of foot shapes and has a simple hold on the foot.
Adidas Y-3 Pure Boost Style
The Adidas Y-3 Pure Boost is great for summer and spring outfits. They go well with jeans, shorts, and joggers. The style of the pair allows the user to go casual to smart casual.
As a collaborative shoe, the Adidas Y-3 Pure Boost is easily identifiable by its upper material and design. The design, with its embroidered detailing, reflects the hand of the prominent Japanese fashion designer, Yohji Yamamoto. It is a design that successfully turned a running shoe into a casual sneaker that can still take on the active life of sneaker fans.
Adidas Y-3 Pure Boost History
The Adidas Y-3 Pure Boost involves a running shoe innovation that originates from the German athletic label’s Boost technology. It initially debuted in 2013 and has undergone an evolution by getting performance shoes redefined for the lifestyle setting.
After a year, Adidas applied this technology to the whole cushioned midsole. This is the birth of the Pure Boost. The line has shoes that give optimal comfort without sacrificing the simple and lightweight construction. Adidas’ Pure Boost models in 2017 flaunt knit construction made for the streets.
The elements of the Pure Boost were used on some of the models in Kanye West’s Yeezy line (the Boost 350 and Boost 750) as well as the Adidas Y-3 Pure Boost. The design centers on the sculpted Boost midsole that makes the shoe agile, adaptive and versatile. Pure Boost models are made specifically to withstand urban lifestyle.
The Adidas Y-3 Pure Boost is part of Yohji Yamamoto’s signature line with the Herzo sports apparel company.
- The Adidas Y-3 Pure Boost comes with two dust bags for each shoe and an extra pair of laces.
- The Boost technology by Adidas was designed with the help of BASF, the world’s largest chemical company based in Germany. The TPU—a solid, granule-shaped material—is blown up and altered to become small energy capsules that make up the Styrofoam-like midsole of the Pure Boost.
- The Boost midsole retains its density and performance in very varied conditions.
- The Pure Boost was conceived to address the challenges of running in an urban environment.