Black and gray make for dull photos in the blog, but for better shoes after these shoes have lived their life as running shoes and have been retired to casual shoes. There are some pretty nice fluorescent yellow Pureboost ZG's at Dicks. After I bought them, I notice Adidas has a sales that undercut Dick's -- but too late for me.
The Pureboost ZG is very comfortable as I expected from my previous pairs.
|Wow! Adidas dropped the three stripes!!|
|If you look carefully, there are three strips by the toe.|
|The bottom is not a typical design. Not sure about traction|
wet slip resistance.
|299 grams; same as my pair in 2014, lighter than last year's.|
These shoes have a thicker outsole 3-4 mm than either previous pair. Hard to tell what it is made from.
There is some soil on the shoe. I have run in them twice. As before, it has the illusion of good traction because of the high energy return.
It is 299 grams -- nearly the same weight at my first pair of Boost in 2014, and about 10% less than my Supernova's in 2015.