adidas Blends Boost and Bounce Cushioning With The AlphaBOOST

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Boost and Bounce have been two top-tier cushionings on the market the past few years. Bringing in a soft, bouncy, and energized ride, I personally have enjoyed both cushionings equally as much in not only casual shoes, but basketball shoes. From a huge surprise, a leak of the all new adidas AlphaBOOST has surfaced.

From a total shock, the adidas AlphaBOOST will blend Bounce and Boost cushioning into the popular silhouette, the Alpha Bounce. Leaked by Instagram user @solebyjc, this new silhouette sports the same build (upper) as the Alpha Bounce Beyond, with the forged mesh upper. In addition to the upper, the midsole has the form and silhouette the Alpha Bounce midsole, but sports full-length Boost, and it’s thick.

Containing the boost us a small TPU heel counter, and a continental rubber outsole. The midsole wraps up both medially and laterally along the upper for a bit more containment. Five colorways have been previewed below in a plethora of options from neon to white.

This hybrid shoe is definitely interesting, and we for sure will see a release date surface for this new silhouette later into the year. It’s more than likely we’ll see these make their debut ahead of the Summer, as the AlphaBounce and UltraBOOST are popular Summer kicks. Grab a First Look at the adidas AlphaBOOST down below, and stay tuned to the site as you’ll likely see the release details here first.


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Written by Nick Montesano

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