adidas is gearing up for the widespread release of the adizero Sub2, its top-of-the-line running shoe. This is the first time the Three Stripes has made the athlete-only sneaker available to the public since Wilson Kipsang wore it in September’s Berlin Marathon.
Offering runners the cutting edge of adidas Running tech, the adizero Sub2 is the only sneaker on the market with adidas’s new BOOST Light sole, granting unparalleled energy return. The brand’s lightest-ever BOOST foam is executed in a silver marble pattern, taking cues from the airiness of clouds. On the upper, the sneaker boasts a single layer of ultralight mesh, elevated with internal reinforcements and adidas’s Microfit system — evolved from the label’s Stretchweb — to ensure maximum fit, comfort and support while reducing slippage and increasing grip.
Expect the adidas adizero Sub2 to arrive on adidas’s website on March 15 for $180 USD. The German footwear giant continues introducing forward-looking silhouettes, with imagery of a Consortium UltraBOOST Mid prototype recently leaking along with a release date.