Adidas NMD_CS1 Primeknit Review
According to the official Adidas website, the Adidas NMD is a modern lifestyle shoe. It’s made with cutting-edge technologies that pay homage to the previous models that graced the shelves. Models like the Micro Pacer, the Rising Star and the Boston Super.
And what the NMD stands for in the NMD_CS1 Primeknit you might ask? Well, it’s an anagram of the word nomad. The entire shoe is made for the urban nomads and it combines the past and the present in one beautiful union.
The word Nomad became the company’s mantra while designing the shoe and it was later shortened to just three letters: NMD. Simple and meaningful, don’t you think? The NMD series is a great concept that extended the Adidas heritage to the streets with an innovative tech flair and a great passion for the urban jungles in which most of us live in.
But for now, The NMD_CS1 Primeknit Shoes are a subject of review and hope you like it., enough to give this sneaker a try.
Adidas Primeknit textile upper
Webbed rubber outsole
Ultra-lightweight adaptive upper
Runs half a size too big
With science on the front lines, the solid granular material known as TPU was blown up, reshaped and turned into miniature energy capsules. Those capsules are the basics of the Adidas’s unique foam-esque midsole. The company’s integrity and reputation relied on this midsole, and the customers responded with the trust in the innovative foam. The Boost technology in the midsole has the highest energy return to that of any runner currently on the market, and Adidas are proudly putting that technology in their latest models. The final verdict is that BOOST foam found in the midsole of the sneakers is up to three times more temperature-resistant than standard EVA material. It delivers a consistent run and so much comfort to your feet. Oh and one other fantastic addition that can be found here is the Molded EVA midsole plugs for signature NMD aesthetic. Yup on the sides of the shoe are two amazing rubbery plugs that help with the grip of the sneaker. They’re either blending to the color of the outsole or they’re contrasting, but they’re not a decorative piece. They’re put there to make the putting on and especially taking of the sneakers from your feet a breeze. Think about it. The CS1 Primeknit Shoes don’t have a standard tongue or a lacing system that would make the job easier for the person wearing these shoes, but they do have the side plugs. And they get the job done, besides looking wonderful and very futuristic.
Al last but certainly not least, the finishing touches of the upper. As you may’ve guessed the Primeknit has a slip on construction in the opening and the shaft measures approximately low top from the arch of the sneaker. But what you’ll also notice is the lack of standard looking tongue and shoelaces of any kind. The lacing system is absent in this model, but the shoe has a great grip especially in the top part of the upper and the material of the upper fixates the foot in the right way. You’ll be surprised that this sneaker is capable of.