adidas Looks Ahead to Fall With the UltraBOOST 3.0 "Dark Burgundy"

A transition pair for color-shy sneakerheads.

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adidas has rolled out the UltraBOOST 3.0 in almost every color scheme imaginable, but if your favorite colorways have included the classic “Core Black” and the popular Multicolor edition, then you may be interested in the newest “Dark Burgundy” rendition. First previewed in March (under the label “Maroon”), the fall-appropriate colorway is the Goldilocks medium between “Core Black” and “Multicolor,” boasting a Primeknit weave of dark burgundy and black that offers a subtle twist on your essential black and white sneaker. Other details include a maroon cage overlay, matching laces and a black heel counter — all of which gets anchored by a white BOOST midsole and black Continental outsole.

The adidas UltraBOOST 3.0 “Dark Burgundy” will release in September for a retail price of $180 USD. Stay tuned for an exact drop date and let us know if you’ll be adding this colorway to your UltraBOOST collection.

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