Constructed predominantly in black with a tonal grey mudguard overlay protecting the toebox and extending to the midfoot for the harsher weather to come, the Three Stripes has upgraded the silhouette with metallic gold hardware found by the signature stripes on the midfoot cage as well as the heel counter for added support. The gold color scheme then streaks across the entire toebox outlining the grey mudguard, and can also be found in the form of the adidas logo by the tongue. Rounding off the shoe is the usual BOOST midsole completely blacked out for a striking contrast against the reflective gold, paired with a Continental treaded outsole for enhanced performance during the winter season.
For those interested, the new adidas UltraBOOST “Goldmet” is now available at select retailers such as atmos with a price tag of ¥22,000 JPY (approximately $202 USD). Head over to grab a pair now.
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