adidas Releases UltraBOOST ATR Mid in "Trace Green"

Just in time for fall.

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This summer has seen adidas unveil a whole slew of new UltraBOOST ATR Mid colorways, with the sneaker getting a grey version and the “Trace Khaki“ colorway being announced. Another iteration of the fan-favorite sneaker was the “Trace Green,” which first surfaced a few months ago and comes with a tonal heel counter and a dark green Primeknit upper with khaki speckling on top of a full-length BOOST midsole and a tan Continental rubber outsole.

After hype built around this fall-ready ATR Mid colorway, adidas has now revealed more details about the sneaker, including its release date and potential cost. The sneaker is set to drop via the adidas web store today with a retail price set at $240 USD.

As well as dropping the latest UltraBOOST ATR Mid, adidas has also unveiled its latest collaboration with White Mountaineering, which encompasses both apparel and footwear.

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