After a spurt of snow hit the East Coast earlier this month, it looks like warm weather has arrived at last. This means you can finally tuck away your boots and snow-equipped sneakers in favor of more breathable, ventilated styles that will keep you cool.
One such style worth considering is the just-released Adidas Pure Boost Clima. This version of the Boost-cushioned shoe, which debuted in January, features the brand’s proprietary ClimaCool technology.
According to Adidas, ClimaCool delivers 360-degree cooling by allowing air to flow freely around the foot. It’s also enhanced with Adidas ClimaChill, which uses aluminum to deliver a cooling sensation, according to the brand.
With a knit upper that’s more breathable than ever, the rest of the Pure Boost Clima remains untouched. It’s cushioned with a full-length Boost midsole, while a Stretchweb rubber outsole provides traction and allows for flexibility. The outsole also wraps into the medial side of the shoe, which Adidas says allows for the “best transition and support across multiple surfaces.”
The Adidas Pure Boost Clima is available now at finishline.com and select retailers in a variety of styles.
Adidas Pure Boost Clima clear brown/chalk/clay brown, $140; finishline.com