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  • The adidas pod s3.1 mens black is finally here. First leaked in the early days of this year, the new Originals silhouette has been a long-awaited release for fans of the Three Stripes. The Point of Deflection System that gives the sneaker its name has returned from the 90’s with an exciting new Boost update, and many are eager to know how it holds up. With many thanks to adidas, we are happy to bring you an in-depth look at the most anticipated new Originals silhouette this year.

    Each sneaker is dressed in the designated school’s colorway throughout the primeknit upper and Three Stripes branding. The shoe also arrives with removable velcro tongue branding which can be placed in with usual adidas ultra boost women sale branding and also the choice to rock your schools’ logo and mascot. Each features a Boost-filled midsole that continues the University’s spirit while adding comfort for every step you take.

    The most eye-catching feature of the updated is the retooled midsole, as well as the best place to start with this review. The Point of Deflection system was initially developed in 1994 before making its debut on the EQT Cushion 1995. The principal of the system is simple: three parts, each serving their own unique purpose for different parts of the foot. The forefoot is made of a lightweight EVA rubber to provide a stiffer and more supportive stride, countered by a Boost heel piece for all-day comfort.

    This new offering of the adidas sneakers nmd mens series since its premiere in 2016 features lateral blocks on the midsole and a BOOST cushion that resembles the original. The first iteration featured a minimalist design approach which was a fan favorite. The tonal shoe brings back a Primeknit upper with a translucent mesh panel behind the signature Three Stripes. Additional branding is featured on the rugged outsoles.