Adidas P.O.D-S3.1 Black White is a pair of great additions to the BOOST family. From the classic EQT innovation variation, the simple streamlined body is made of breathable woven material, while the highlights are placed on a separate outsole composed of the forefoot foam and the back BOOST. POD System. This adidas brought a new Royal Blue color scheme, and the uppers are all blue-tone, with a little black accents, which is quite different from the first color.
The adidas Originals BOOST family will welcome the newest member P.O.D.-S3.1. The new Adidas Yeezy 500 Salt shoes have a hint of NMD and EQT in the outline, but the biggest difference between the present and the earlier launch is that the midsole is divided into two parts: the forefoot and the hind paw. The forefoot is made of foam and the hind paw. Part of the signature BOOST technology brings a comfortable sense of use. The name of the POD originated in 1995 and is called Point of Deflection. It is a design concept of “three-dimensional cushioning system”. This new product continues this advanced concept, combining the bridges of EVA stretch material, Boost technology and links to provide a more precise and accurate cushioning and stable performance, plus a high-quality mesh fabric upper, wearing Comfort is guaranteed.
The BOOST series has always been one of adidas' signature shoe collections. Recently, a brand new BOOST shoe is about to debut, and Nike Air Max 270 Flyknit Oreo will it become a red shoe this summer? Named adidas Originals P.O.D-S 3.1, the shoe's first color matching is black to create the upper, with a white half palm BOOST midsole and fluorescent green, sky blue details, full of technology, eye-catching. In terms of performance, the BOOST midsole gives it a high-elastic foot feel, and the 3M reflective detail on the side of the shoe improves the recognition at night. At the same time, the design of the front and rear palms has also contributed to its weight reduction.
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