A good pair of running shoes isn’t necessarily hard to come by, but an excellent set can be difficult to narrow down. When in doubt, it’s always best to look to long-lasting names in the field, and few stand up to adidas in that category. The German performance brand has been crafting some of the market’s finest runners for years, and its Ultraboost Web DNA shoes are top-of-the-line, to no surprise.
Boasting the performance brand’s beloved Ultraboost cushioning for the utmost responsiveness, working out in these shoes might just become your new favorite pastime. However, the midsole’s typical puffy exterior is subdued in the Web DNA thanks to a unique lattice design that wraps around the cushioning and extends to cover the shoe’s rubber outsole, as well.
In addition to its excellent performance abilities, the Ultraboost Web DNAs are part of adidas’ Primeblue collection, all of which are made with Parley Ocean Plastic, a recycled material. As far as its makeup goes, half of the stretch Primeknit’s upper is composed of textile, 75% of which is made from Primeblue sustainable yarn. No wasteful virgin polyester was used in the production of the shoes’ upper.
If you’re in the market for some sleek new running shoes, then the three stripes have got you covered. adidas’ Ultraboost Web DNAs are available on the brand’s website in a handful of colors, including this stealthy black version, for $190
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