Originally weighing in at 165 grams, the 2010-spec adizero was a bit of a footwear engineering marvel. Hollow studs, a lightweight folded outsole, and a thin upper garcinia cambogia extract accounted for a lot in weight savings and it has paid dividends adidas. That f50 was impossibly light and the question soon became “what will they do next?” As adidas slogan goes, Impossible is Nothing and that was certainly on show back in May ahead of the Champions league final where they unveiled the unbelievably lightweight future of the adizero. In that iteration, a concept with a launch goal set in the not too distant future, adidas reduced the weight of the boot by a mind-blowing 40% with this version weighing in at just 99 grams. A new upper and new materials in the architecture were mostly responsible for the dramatic change.
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Severstal North America Achieves 42% Weight Reduction in Steel Vehicle Parts
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Getting a Little Extra Help: Losing Weight With Thermogenic Fat Burners
A state-of-the-art electric arc furnace operation in Columbus, Miss. serves the growing demand for steel in the southeastern United States. Over $3 billion in investments have modernized and expanded both facilities. Severstal also has several joint ventures specializing in value-added coated products and coke making.
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