The Adidas Ultra Boost DNA, the name given to old silhouettes in the fan-favorite runner roster, has recently got into a variety of vibrantly-hued highlights atop a “Core Black” Primeknit base.
As taken from the isotopic structures at the front foot, the shoe pictured here is colloquially known as the 2.0 edition of the sneaker. “Glory Mint” covers much of the toe box, while a rich shade of blue and cream add it around the toe and up the tongue. Laces give a nod to the tan tone, whereas Adidas marked heel structures rock the “Royal” like hue. While predominantly covered in “Core Black”, the knit upper also indulges in a couple of noticeable highlights: “Cloud White” dots from midfoot to forefoot and a gradient collar and inner lining. Underfoot, Boost cushioning gives its most popular color palette intact, just as the Continental rubber outsole does. The latter, however, is carried by a tan and blue Torsion System tooling.
Details of a stateside adidas.com release are still to be given, but this Ultra Boost is currently available in Europe for the equivalent of $180 USD. In any case, have a look at the official images of the pair here below.
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