The adidas Ultraboost has secured a spot for itself with the greats of the footwear world, there’s no disputing that. Introduced in 2015, the style took the sneaker world by storm. Stylish enough to appear on the feet of Kanye and comfortable enough to be in your grandma’s rotation, it’s a shoe that does it all – that’s no easy feat.
Another thing that has fuelled the still-raging fire of the
Need any proof? The Three Stripes just dropped a host of new colorways ranging from larger-than-life color to understated cool. There’s a pair to see any wardrobe through summer and beyond.
Okay, it’s nothing new, but the Triple Black adidas Ultraboost is a certified hall-of-famer and we won’t hear a bad word said about it.
The Ultraboost DNA retains everything that made the Ultraboost a high-performance runner, but puts it in an everyday package. This two-tone pair is just waiting for a sunny day to strut its stuff.
The Ultraboost’s dedicated fanbase makes it a prime candidate to trial new developments. We’re loving the non-dyed upper made from Primeblue fabric on this pair. That means that 92 percent of the textile is made in partnership with Parley Ocean Plastic.
During winter we continued our love for the Ultraboost with adidas’ Winter.RDY silhouettes. Now we’re adopting the Summer.RDY issue, too. Made with Japanese artist Hiroko Takahashi, this pair features a highly breathable upper and detailed midsole.
What’s the point in toning it down if the sun’s out? This pair goes loud and proud with a Light Aqua upper.
One of the most exciting evolutions of the Ultraboost was when adidas melded it with the classic Climacool silhouette. This pair comes in Screaming Orange which is up there with our favorite color names ever.
Entirely non-dyed, this adidas Ultraboost 6.0 DNA is made in collaboration with Parley. The outcome is a completely neutral pair that’s perfect if you’re looking for an all-summer staple.
The Ultraboost’s Primeknit upper makes the perfect canvas for some interesting stitch patterns. This understated Ultraboost is made all the more appealing with a two-tone grey upper.
Crew Navy is an unusual color for adidas, but its self-assured subtlety is a welcome departure from the highlighter hits that often typify running shoes in 2021.
With the right combination, two colors are all that’s needed to make an explosive impact. That’s exemplified by the Carbon and Solar Red duo on the upper of this Ultraboost 21.
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