Adidas ULTRABOOST 19 Review


Before that I wrote a review for three Adidas models. I’ve been thinking about all the things I like in most of the models ”which I’ve been using for quite some time ki for some of the features çoğunluk I wish I wasn’t like that Mod. For example, the Ultraboost 3.0 is a very comfortable, handy and lightweight shoe, but the upper part is more flexible than I would like. I’d like it to be a little harder, obviously.

The upper part of Solarboost was very good in this respect. In fact, I like it very much in every way. I think I use it the most. But in the upper part of the material used in the upper part of the neoprene, long runs or hot weather can be stuffy and hot. Last but not least, in Pureboost, the upper part had hit the target in every aspect. There was almost nothing I could criticize. But this time, he had a part in the heel – at least at non-running times – that made him feel. I also had a thinner boost layer, so I couldn’t choose it for long periods on hard ground. There is a new model that gathers all of them, bringing together the best of all. I want to talk about her in this paper.

General Properties

It is as if they heard my thoughts and gathered the ones I liked and didn’t like the ones I didn’t like (I know I wrote something similar in the Solarboost review, but I think it’s not normal, the feedback is being listened and continuous improvement is being done), because it’s normal because Adidas, Ultraboost 19 ‘ u introduce thousands of runners from all over the world. They’ve been working hard on how to make Ultraboost better. They worked on all the pieces.

I even liked the following phrase: 4 We reduced 17 pieces to 4 basic parts Hatta. Simplicity and simplicity usually give rise to beautiful results. The four main parts they mention are the 360-degree upper part of a single piece, the heel support with the new design, the midsole with the complete boost and the torsion system embedded in it. In addition, the upper side of the foot of the plastic support and the outer floor should be added. Now, let me tell you all about these, and let me touch on my experience.

Upper Part

The upper part of the Ultraboost 19 is still in mesh form. This time they call it 360-degree lattice (Primeknit 360) because it is really knitted in the form of a full booties, ie under the foot, under the insole. I think this knit technology is constantly improving, it seems to be better than all this. There are regional differences that are impregnated with the structure of the fabric. It looks like they’ve underlined them.

For example, the pink line that appears in the middle section at the front is more supportive than the other white areas, ie it is more difficult. The black parts close to the floor are similarly tighter, harder and less stretched. This section thickens from the front to the back and becomes completely black in the middle of the wrist. Well, it’s really good that it’s around the ankle and the heel. I felt so comfortable the first time I wore it. They’ve kept the number standard, the number I’ve always had in Adidas. There is no detail to disturb the foot from the inside as it is completely knitted.

In Ultraboost 3.0, I told you that I felt the plastic structure stretching up the two sides of the foot and holding the ropes when I felt it very tightly. There was no plastic in this part of Solarboost. In Pureboost, there were only soft plastics inside, but they were slightly less than inside. I think the 19 model has reached a complete solution. This outer structure is very thin and soft plastic. It’s not felt at all, but it does its job with the different patterns in the knitting.

I came across many comments that this plastic section has been compromised for aesthetics. People don’t like the look of this plastic. Obviously, I don’t find it ugly, I think the aesthetics of the shoe is also hassle-free, so it looks pretty nice (which is actually the last detail I care about).

Heel Part

If we go to the heel side, we come across an interesting design. I would like to look at this with other models. In this way, I see both the development and the change better, I show and I believe that if you tried those models, I could create a comparative understanding. In Ultraboost 3.0, the plastic parts supporting the heel from the outside were stiff and hard stretching. Some presses felt a little.

There was a similar structure in Solarboost, but it became softer and more prone to stretch. In Pureboost, it was concealed and clearly felt – at least when I wasn’t running. In 19, they created a completely different design. They produced a rigid but flexing wire and a frame-shaped heel support made of soft plastic. It was light in shape and was able to compensate for the harmony and support of the movements. They tried to make this change visible with bright colors. It’s hard to tell by typing but it is understood in the video above and in the photo below.

There are soft supports on the sides of the frame that do not disturb the wire feet. But they don’t feel like they’re pretty soft, but they’re contributing to comfort.

Sole Part

In the middle of the well, they filled the full boost, the amount increased by 20% compared to the previous models. At the rear there is a 29 mm, 19 mm thick material at the front. This is quite a comfortable press. But of course the boost is a little bit of a weight, but a little bit of weight. In my number (46 – US 11.5) the weight of the individual is 350 gr. The sole is soft, but when it is full, it doesn’t scatter over there and create ridiculous curves.

The supportive structure, which is made without difference, balances this softness well. This cushioning effect is of course best felt on hard floors, asphalt or on the sidewalk. People who run on hard ground with a shoe that has a cushioning or a playful shoe due to its extremely soft base will not have any problem with the feet and wrist joints after this type of run. There is only one problem with this; As the nature of the boost is crushed, it loses its property.

Yeah, maybe the speed of the loss is very slow, but it’s happening. In all the boost models I use, I can’t get the same feeling after 400-500 miles in the early times. This does not mean that it becomes completely useless, no still the effect is felt quite a lot but it is completely different from the first 100-200 km.

Outside floor Continental tire. The ability to bend over and bend is exactly within my range. The handling is quite good, both on wet ground and on dry ground. It doesn’t seem to be too easy to wear, and the Continental ™ on it supports that feeling. I wrote the floor heights above, so the heel height is 10 mm.


Between the middle floor and the outsole, Adidas’s torsion technology is the last. They called it the Tunes Torsion System. It supports the press and gives direction during the press. This is the first time I have read this but I felt the torsion effect was so clear in this shoe. An interesting feeling is that the balancing of something during the completion of the press from the heel or the middle to the front is felt to a small extent. Maybe it’s a placebo effect, I don’t know :). I would like to feel comfortable pressing when I run.

Ultraboost 19 provides nice cushioning at normal tempo, but it also responds when you try to accelerate. Maybe this torsion system is helping. I haven’t had the opportunity to run very long yet, but it was satisfactory until 20-25 km. I think he will be good at long runs because he’s got his foot on his butt he doesn’t feel like it.

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