The Ultra Boost technology in women's adidas trainers are game changers. Energy-returning boost™ midsoles literally put more spring in your step and every dimension of the shoe is engineered to help you log miles in ultimate comfort. Before you lace up and go, check out our adidas Pure Boost DPR vs Ultra Boost Review.
Sprint into action wearing the women’s adidas Ultra Boost trainers. Designed to withstand your ever changing workout schedule (we know you like to mix things up), the Ultra Boosts will easily become your go-to for any and every activity. An innovation in the sneaker industry, adidas Ultra Boosts are based on Aramis System research, traditionally used to stress test aerodynamics for the likes of NASA, BMW and Boeing. It identified the key stress points on runners’ feet and from there, adidas’ design team were able to create a Stretch Web outsole, easy-on design and energy-returning midsole that relieve pressure, boost performance and look the part, too.
What makes Boost special?
The aim of adidas’ iconic women’s Ultra Boost trainers? To create ‘best ever running feel’. The UltraBoost’s knitted uppers create a flexible yet locked-in fit, while responsive midsole cushioning softens impact on hard surfaces making them ideal for your long, weekend run. A sole cushion allows for powerful push-offs and the brand’s excellent reliable traction sole ensures your feet stay firmly on the ground (even if you're caught out in a downpour).
Why we love them:
While they may have been spotted on Kanye West, it’s the unmatched technology behind these running shoes that makes them a real winner. And, just when we thought they couldn't get any better, adidas teamed up with Parley for the Oceans, introducing recycled plastic from the oceans into the UltraBoost X Parley trainers.
Adidas Ultra Boost 19:The UB19 delivers a more locked down and secure fit than the original Ultraboost, achieving that with just the right amount of adaptability. The mesh cage is more comfortable than the old plastic one, and the new 3D wire heel counter is a clever innovation, giving the heel support without any resistance. The 20% increase in Boost means a huge chunk of responsive cushioning under your foot, so the ride is pretty hard to beat, especially if you want a trainer for steady long-distance runs.
Stella McCartney Ultra Boost : Would you like all the innovation of an Ultraboost trainer with a high-fashion edge? The Adidas x Stella McCartney Ultra Boost trainers are the ultimate crossover between fashion kicks and running shoes. With thousands of ‘energy capsules’ in the midsole, these runners put spring in your step, delivering the highest energy return in any running product currently available.
Adidas Solar Boost:The Adidas Solar Boost Women’s are extremely lightweight, and have an innovative new upper design. This overlay system adds elasticated support at key zones, giving a more snug, locked-in feel, with protection and support where you need it, but still giving freedom to your natural movement. With added stability, this is a go-to running shoe for longer distances.
Adidas Pulse Boost: Made of breathable knit with a foot-hugging fit, the Adidas Pulse Boost has strategically placed non-stretch zones for extra support. The low-profile cushioning delivers a responsive ride, while the Continental Rubber ensures superior traction.