adidas Debuts UltraBOOST Clima With Subtle "Solar Red" Details

Eagle-eyed consumers will find bits of yellow infused as well.

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adidas is readying more crucial summer sneakers. Following the UltraBOOST Clima in “Triple Black” from earlier this year, the sneaker giant is prepping the UltraBOOST Clima in “Core Black/Solar Red.” Unlike the previous shoe, this sneaker offers a knit cage to match the upper, with small flecks of solar red and yellow woven throughout. The understated detail continues up through the upper, with a solid black tongue, heel counter and midsole offering solid-toned contrast to the speckled colorway.

Expect adidas to debut the new running shoe on June 14 for $200 USD. Most recently, the German shoe giant introduced the UltraBOOST Clima Parley in a clean fusion of light blue and white.

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