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adidas Boost also offers excellent resistance to cushioning fatigue. The Boost foam material is very resistant to deformation. Whereas lesser cushioning materials like EVA will lose their cushioning after a few hundred miles, most Boost midsoles will outlive the shoe.

Ultra Boost and Pure Boost fit and feel

The Torsion System of the Ultra Boost sneaker gives the shoe a different feel compared to the hard heel area of the Pure Boost sneaker. Other than that, there really isn’t much noticeable difference in comfort between the two sneakers.

MIDSOLE: For many runners, it’s the Boost midsole that make Ultraboost their go-to shoe for runs where endurance is top priority. Each tiny capsule within the midsole works together to return more energy to your stride when your foot hits the ground.

Boost is a great cushioning system that looks unique and feels great – it’s a winner. what is this? So taking these two pairs of shoes apart, the Nike Epic React is definitely the better-performing shoe. It is much lighter than Ultra Boost.

Let’s start with comfort: Boost’s cushioning properties make it feel like you’re running on tiny, precision-engineered clouds. The Boost is also designed to handle a wide range of temperatures, making it a running shoe that can hit the ground without a problem in any situation like wind, snow, sun, rain.

The Boost midsole returns energy with every stride, so it lasts longer just for walking. Best of all, the breathable Primeknit upper keeps you comfortable on long walks, and you have our pick for the best overall walking shoe.

This running shoe features BOOST™, a revolutionary cushioning material with the highest energy return in the running industry. BOOST™ foam combines the previously conflicting performance benefits of softness and responsive cushioning.