Introducing the Adidas PureBOOST DPR

Giancarlo Ferrari-KingFeatured ColumnistMay 18, 2017

Don't look now, but Adidas has introduced another runner into their already stacked arsenal. Ladies and gentlemen, the Adidas PureBOOST DPR has arrived.

This new PureBOOST DPR was created to benefit runners whose exercise habits fall into urban terrains. A responsive design by Team Adidas utilizes Boost technology and a sturdy 8mm heel-to-toe offset as its blueprint for success. This allows one’s foot to sit low to the ground to get a better feel for the surfaces they’re running on.

Adidas focused the entire DPR design on having a one-piece circular upper. It's an add-on that provides an adaptive fit, turning urban environments into a care-free playground, considering the "stop-and-go" mentality that surrounds them.

Another pivotal feature on the DPR is the use of a wider forefoot. What this does is create an enhanced sense of stability. But stability doesn't end there. A robust heel-fit counter system clears the way for additive support around the Achilles—an area crucial to the success of runners.

Priced at $150—with LTD editions hitting the $170 mark—the Adidas PureBOOST DPR is a welcomed edition to the already deep Three-Stripe running family.

All production information provided by Adidas News, unless noted otherwise.