adidas has brought two of its many arms together for a Parley and adidas Terrex Two Ultra Trail Runner. An agile-yet-rugged off-road running shoe, the Two Ultra provides stability and cushioning designed to tackle uneven, unsure terrain.
Parley’s recycled ocean plastics are woven into the Primeknit upper, adding structure to the sock-like construction. This is acknowledged by crisscrossing white and gray threads that run across the black base, while a gray midfoot Three Stripe graphic adds branded flair. Fused black toebox and heel overlays — the latter of which equips a Terrex text hit — aid with lockdown, and an orange Parley heel tab adds a touch of vibrance.
Down below, full-length white BOOST midsoles ensure pillowy comfort. This soft footbed is protected by a toothed Continental rubber outsole with a blotchy abstract pattern, touted to offer 32% more grip than its competitors. Each shoe can also be personalized for free with up to nine characters.
Following up Parley’s recently released high-top Terrex Free Hiker, this Two Ultra runner is available now on the adidas UK webstore, and is priced at £160 GBP (approximately $196 USD).
For more Parley footwear from the Three Stripes, get a first look at a new recycled material iteration of the UltraBOOST Uncaged.