This post is sponsored by adidas; however, all opinions are my own.
adidas has seriously been killing it with their sneaker designs lately and my current favorite would have to be from their Ultra Boost line. Their Ultra Boost sneakers are by far the most comfortable sneakers that I own and the knit texture makes them breathable, light-weight, and form-fitting to my foot.
I styled the sneakers with adidas workout clothes since I was doing some light exercises that morning to get back into the groove of working out. These sneakers are ultra chic though, so I would style it with a sporty look as well. The additional cage support on the upper attached to the laces feels like I get some additional support, I have the Caged Ultra Boost — which has a ‘3 stripe’ cage — and I feel there is no drop-off in support in these Ultra Boost x Shoes.
adidas has been going on a trend of putting their Boost shoe sole technology onto a lot of different upper shoe models of various classic and retro designs, as well as, featuring it on many of their new designs. Keep in mind that the boost is so soft, and great for running when you plant your heel on the ground, especially on concrete — the responsiveness is one-of-a-kind, but these won’t give the greatest support if you are trying to do compound weight-lifting exercises like deadlifts or squats(Boost are great for running and casual wear), the soft squishy sole won’t give you the best support and could lead to supination in the ankles and eventually a possible injury (I still to this day see many people using running shoes when they doing these compound exercises without proper heal and ankle shoes).
If anybody hasn’t tried the boost, I’d highly recommend that you do. It will feel like you are walking on the moon the first time you try a pair on. Any of the boost shoes are so good for your comfort and impact on your foot and knees, it will help preserve your most precious possession, your body.