The bold gets bolder now that the adidas Springblade is available on miadidas. Fans of the slash soled sneakers can customize their own colorway and personalize it with the likes of heel tagging and debray flagging. To make your own pair for $200, head over to miadidas now. Check out a performance review of the adidas Springblade here.
The adidas Springblade's revolutionary blades go blue on the newest SKU. One third of the recently released "Heather" collection, the adidas Springblade "Heather" Black/Metallic Silver-Solar Blue uses a simplistic style code to tame the daring design. The model's synthetic and mesh upper is based in black, contrasted with metallic silver Three Stripe branding on both the medial and lateral quarter panels. Styling the black and silver base is refreshing solar blue detailing on the tongue logo and heel name tag, as well as on the tips of the 16 translucent blades. Give us your thoughts on the latest colorway in the feedback box at the bottom of the page, and don't take your time grabbing a pair of these black and solar blue "Heather" Springblades, only from Finish Line.
Since its debut last summer, adidas' revolutionary bladed runner has been rolled out in mostly loud colorways. From vivid reds and blues to volt, the color combinations have been as eye-catching as the unique silhoutte. Today sees one of the most subtle style code to date with the adidas Springblade "Heather" Light Grey/Metalsilver. A multi-tone grey upper uses a lighter shade as a base, with charcoal and metalsilver overlays to create a neutral appearance up top. For contrast, the model's 16 translucent blades are tipped off with a mango orange hue for attention-grabbing accents. Drop a line in the feedback box underneath with your thoughts on this new Springblade, and then run to get a pair today at adidas.
The daring design of the adidas Springblade has everyone interested. While the revolutionary blades have heads turning, many are wondering how they are to run in. We found out exactly that by putting the shoes to test in this installment of Performance Review. How do Springblades hold up for the casual runner? Watch the video below to find out and check out our written review here.
In a category moving towards minimal, adidas stunned the running world with the unveiling of the Springblade. Engineered for propulsion, the daring design completely revamped the midsole by replacing standard foam or elements natural and unnatural with that of 16 forward slanted blades composed of a high tech polymer. The shoe’s striking design is apparent, but how does the new technology function for the casual runner? We aimed to find out exactly that in this Performance Review. Read on to learn more.
Just how durable is the new adidas Springblade? The daring design is ran over by a car in a new Vine video. How did the Springblades hold up? Watch the Vine below to find out. Also, tune into Nice Kicks later today for a Performance Review of the adidas Springblade.