Let me upgrade ya! That’s what we think about when it comes to this new colorway of the adidas Ultra Boost. The popular runner from the three stripes starts off with a Charcoal Grey Primeknit upper that is then contrasted with eye-catching chrome detailing on the three stripes cage as well as on the plastic heel counter. A silver and black gradient synthetic mudguard adds a luxe aesthetic to the shoe while a blacked out Boost midsole and black Continental rubber outsole finish things off. Looking to add this UB to your collection? You cop now at select adidas retailers and online for $180.
Releasing next week, here is a good look at the Wood Wood x adidas Ultra Boost 2019. This collab between the Denmark-based brand and adidas Originals will include two iterations of the UB 19. Shown above, one pair comes dressed in a Cream upper while the second pair opts for an Olive finish. Design features include the Primeknit uppers, translucent lace cages with dual branding on the sides. More branding can be spotted on the tongue and insoles. Speckled laces, a White Boost midsole and Cream rubber outsoles round out the main features of the shoe.
adidas is trying something with this upcoming adidas Ultra Boost pack. Primeknit is usually the choice of material used on the model, but this tme around the Three Stripe tries on a tries a full leather upper on for size.
Dubbed the adidas Ultra Boost Leather Pack, these leather-bound Ultra Boosts comes dressed in your choice of Triple White or Triple Black. As mentioned above, both iterations are fully constructed with a leather build along with 3D-embroidered Three Stripes on the lace cage. The tonal aesthetic extends down to the Boost midsoles and Continental rubber outsoles.
Peep this new colorway of the adidas Ultra Boost All Terrain. Designed for both performance and inclement weather, this iteration of the popular runner from adidas features a black knitted construction on the upper with ventilation in key sweat zones to help keep your feet cool and dry. A two-tone Black/Red Boost midsole atop an All Terrain traction rubber outsole completes the design.
Are you doing some trail running this season? If so, you may want to pick up the adidas Ultra Boost All Terrain Black Shock Red. Look for it to drop in the coming weeks at select retailers and adidas.com for the retail price of $180.
Surprise! adidas has just released a brand new colorway of the Ultra Boost silhouette that is sure to turn some heads. Looking like it can easily be part of the previously released “Medal” Pack, this latest eye-catching colorway of the adidas Ultra Boost features a black Primeknit construction on the upper with grey synthetic overlays on the mudguard for some added durability. Shimmering metallic gold is then seen on the mudguard, the three stripes branding, and on the plastic heel counter. A blacked out Boost midsole and a matching Continental rubber outsole finishes things off. Look for this adidas Ultra Boost at select three stripes retailers now for $180.
Who’s ready for the debut of the adidas Ultra Boost 2020? Although not yet officially unveiled, new images of several colorways have began to leak. Next up is this adidas Ultra Boost 2020 that appears to be a possible collab with the ISS National Lab – a government founded laboratory used for space research in effort to improve life on Earth.
Details on this pair include the all-new knit pattern in Black, a White Boost midsole and Black rubber outsole. What really stands out are the branded tongues with the tagline “Boost in Space”.