The adidas PureBOOST DPR is the latest game changer in the sport of running. Catering specifically to street runners, the Three Stripes‘ newest innovative sneaker gets a test run with A$AP Ferg along with friend/stylist/running coach Kwasi Kessie through the streets of New York. The one-piece engineered circular upper receives a few colorway makeovers for fall, while the PureBOOST DPR silhouette retains its 8mm heel-to-toe offset, which stores and provides more energy in an effective manner. All this paired with the brand’s signature BOOST technology allows the runners feet to sit lower, deeper and much more closer to the streets.
The adidas PureBOOST DPR fall colorways have already been released in “Tan” and “Noble Ink” and will be followed with blue (October 26), white (November 1) and finally grey (December 1) retailing between $150 – $170 USD.
While you wait for the shoe to drop, read about how the adidas PureBOOST DPR is changing the running game, as we caught up with Stephan Schneider senior product manager at adidas Global Running over in Berlin earlier in May.