Ultra Boost

  • Trailing closely behind the re-release of the adidas NMD R1 “OG” is a reissue of the coveted XR1 silhouette in an original colorway for this coming 2017 spring/summer season. Ultra Boost The innovative runner is equipped with a “Core Black” primeknit upper, a matching cage overlay and of course, the signature red and blue Adidas Ultra Boost 3.0 sole plugs. The pair will also feature an all-white BOOST midsole with a complementing heel tab emblazoned with “The Brand With The Three Ultra Boost Uncaged Stripes” text much like the original.Take a look at the anticipated offering above and stay tuned for more details.
    adidas Originals unveiled a Yeezy Boost 350 Oxford Tan limited edition collection that centered upon the widely-popular Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Cream White New York SPZL silhouette back in December 2015. The classic trainers were predominantly wrapped in a sleek granite color scheme alongside clear grey, neutral brown and crisp white accents. In addition, the athletic brand aptly paid homage to the Big Apple with “New Adidas Ultra Boost Black York” text emblazoned on its infamous insignia. To top it all off, adidas Originals embellished the midsole with fish scale detailing.In case you Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Zebra missed the initial release, the pair is now getting a reissue at select stockists worldwide such as Inflammable and Oi Polloi starting at Yeezy Boost 350 V2 approximately $78 USD.
    Hot on the heels of the Pearl Grey/Trace Cargo colorway, adidas has given the UltraBOOST 3.0 a similarly understated makeover Yeezy Boost 350 in the “Trace Khaki” colorway. Featuring a tan Primeknit upper with mottled patterning, the silhouette is complemented by a tonal lace cage and Adidas Ultra Boost slightly textured heel cup. A standard full-length BOOST sole and Continental rubber outsole complete the sneaker. Look for the adidas UltraBOOST 3.0 “Trace Yeezy Boost 350 Kids Khaki” to release in July for $180 USD.