Boost is a material branded and used by Adidas, in the form of pellets which are compressed and molded for various shoes the company creates. The pellets consist of proprietary thermoplastic urethane that are extruded and/or molded into a small pill shape. Adidas collaborated with the German company BASF to create this material. This material is claimed to be extremely comfortable on the wearer's feet.
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