ISS National Lab x adidas Send the Boost Technology into Space
Have you ever wondered how adidas' Boost technology works in low-gravity conditions? The thought probably hasn't crossed your mind. You have to know, however, that the subject can be so damn interesting. The International Space Station ISS and the brand with the Three Strips are now preparing for an interesting experiment. The two partners are testing the modern cushioning of adidas, exploring new technologies, and testing the limits of product innovation.
It's no secret that adidas really goes through great lengths to make the best sneakers. The people of Herzogenaurach have already proven with Parley that they can reduce the ocean's plastic pollution and make the world a bit better, along with being able to develop futuristic novelties. At least this is what they have shown with the company's Carbon and 4D-sneakers.
adidas is the first company to test innovative shoe technologies in space under extreme conditions. The objective is to improve aspects of performance and find new ways to come up with futuristic innovations.
The official rocket launch of ISS National Lab is scheduled for 2020. Researchers and scientists want to find out whether it is possible to produce Boost technology with different particle sizes. Experts suspect that this will improve the comfort and performance of sneakers.
Stay tuned for the launch of Boost by adidas and the ISS National Lab as they test its performance in outer space! It is not impossible that we'll get to see another new technology from adidas in 2020. What's clear here is how much adidas is doing a hell of a lot to make the best sneakers. We'll keep you up to date and let you know as soon as the next info is out. Get the Grailify app and don't miss any of the latest updates.