Reebok Releases New Cushioning Technology  | Grailify
Reebok Releases New Cushioning Technology 

Reebok Releases New Cushioning Technology 

With the Boost sole already in the Instapump Fury, Reebok hasn't released any new technology so far. Now, we have a pimped up oldie coming out soon. Reebok has finally realized it's time to revolutionize cushioning technology.

Reebok has recently announced a new cushioning system called Zig Kinetica. The new technology will be used in the Reebok Concept Type 1 sneaker. The element consists of a three-part midsole: a FloatRide Fuel, Energy Shell, and Energy Web. The FloatRide Fuel element supports heel padding and energy recovery. The Energy Shell element, on the other hand, provides increased stability. Finally, the Energy Web element is added for additional, more efficient reaction.

"The sole was super interesting because it has three completely separate elements," says Garbstore founder and Kinetica designer Ian Paley. "It's pretty unusual to find complete units that have two complementary parts. But to find one with three, I just found it very interesting."

Check out the release of Reebok's Zig Kinetica Concept Type 1! 

According to Reebok, the Zig Kinetica Concept Type 1 will be released in four colourways on November 8th. They will most likely drop at selected retailers. If you don't want to miss the next news, you should download our Grailify app. There, we will always keep you up to date.

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