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Why you need a pair of the adidas BOOST slides


Find out where you can buy a pair of adilette BOOST slides in Australia – available right now.

The classic adilette slide has been re-imagined into something bigger and better. Taking on the iconic BOOST midsole, you can now grab your favourite pair of slides with added comfort and support.

If you've never tried a BOOST sole before, then you are missing out. It's used throughout almost all of the performance footwear. This is the first time adidas has applied it to something that isn't sneakers.

When can you get your hands on the adidas BOOST slides? Well, they dropped on the 10 January so that means they're available for purchase right now! You can shop directly from adidas online or from our favourite online retailer THE ICONIC.

The slides retail for $90 – the standard style retails for half the price so you're definitely paying more for the BOOST sole. Is it worth it? That's up to you. If you're after comfort and stability, then these are the slides for you.

The adilette slide arrives with a full BOOST footbed and a black and white colourway. The edges of the shoe are slightly raised, that way it properly moulds to your foot. You've also got a white graphic on the heel and a leather strap.

For more, you need to head on over and check out our dedicated adidas hub. It's got everything you need to know on the brand, including all the best deals, the latest sneaker drops and a table of release dates. You can also click here to see where you can buy adidas with Afterpay.


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