Adidas Supernova Sequence 3

Adidas followers' favorite stability trainer is back for another upgrade, the 2010s Adidas Supernova Sequence 3, with improved flexibility and utilizing full forefoot adiPrene™, it has a more cushy ride and responsive forefoot feel. (Updated Model : Adidas Supernova Sequence 4)

MSRP : US$100
Weight : 12.0 oz / 340 gm
Predecessor : Supernova Sequence 2
Product Cycle : RY.2010.DY.2011.Jun.
Features : Gender specific, 3D ForMotion™, adiPrene®, adiPrene®+, CM.EVA, Pro-moderator™, Torsion® System, GeoFit™, adiLite n Respo EVA Sockliner, Lightstrike 55 Last, adiWare™, Blown Rubber

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S : A daily high milage trainer with moderate support "Low to Normal arches, Mild-overpronation" with moderate features.

AdidasSupernovaSequence2StickerHistory : Supernova Sequence Series : Sequence 3('10), Sequence 2('09), Sequence('08)


3D ForMotion™ : System that eases the transition between toe-off and landing for soft, smooth touchdowns.

adiLite n Respo EVA Sockliner : Dual-layer anti-microbial sockliner for great step-in and motion comfort.

adiPrene® : Resilient engineered EVA based foam, to cushion the heel at impact.

adiWear® : Durable carbon rubber out-sole, utilized in the heel and medial forefoot for best durability in high wear areas.

adiPrene®+ : For a more efficient push-off. Elastic material under the forefoot. Retains natural forces at toe-off for greater forefoot fficiency. Maximizes energy use.

CM.EVA : Compression molded EVA which is an industry standard midsole material designed which offer durable cushioning.

GeoFit : Anatomically positioned padding that follows the form of the foot to provide a snug, secure fit.

Lightstrike 55 Last : Full length strobel last constructed from a lightweight moderately soft foam.

Pro-moderator™ : Is a lightweight, highly stable yet durable, mid-sole support unit co-molded onto the CMEVA mid-sole.

QuickStrike™ : A lightweight, durable out-sole that improves your run from the ground up.

Torsion® System : Lightweight arch support that allows the forefoot and rear-foot to move independently for better surface adaptation and stability.

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