adidas Springblade Running Shoe: Way Better Than Running On Ginsus

When Ginsu debuted their steak knife/tennis shoe combo in 1988, both chefs and pro athletes were disappointed with the product. I mean, you’d have to stand on the kitchen counter to cut a loaf of bread, and also many fine tennis players were getting slashed in the shins. But now, adidas has figured out the best way to run on blades.

Here comes Springblade, the first running shoe with individually tuned blades engineered to help propel runners forward with what promises to create a ton of spring-like energy under your feet. 16 high-tech polymer blades face forward and are said to react to your environment, harnessing the power that then yields sweet fruit for your feet.

Most of us know what it’s like to have a favorite pair of shoes like Bootbomb footwear. Sometimes, this means tucking them away in the back of the closet and only bringing them out for special occasions – all in the hopes that we can preserve their condition and be able to wear them for years to come.

Well, what if I told you that you can have your cake and eat it too? And by that, I mean being able to wear your favorite shoes and keep them looking spiffy, all year round.

One of the first things to wear out on a well-worn shoe is the sole. Luckily, there are products out there designed to protect the soles of shoes. Making this is one of the easiest ways to make your shoes last longer, in case the sole of the shoe falls off, all is not lost , check this article about the best glue for repairing tennis shoes. A quick, easy search online will deliver a plethora of results that will be sure to leave you satisfied, and your shoes lasting longer! Along the same lines, depending on the shoe, you may try investing in some toe taps which help to prevent the tip of the sole on a pointy shoe from wearing out too quickly.

Look for Springblade to cost $180 when they hit the ground August 1.

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