adidas Takes a Trip to Tokyo for Latest UltraBOOST DNA Makeover

Featuring metallic gold BOOST and Kanji lettering.

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adidas continues its tour around the world another new pair of UltraBOOST DNA sneakers coming soon, this time around stopping off at Tokyo.

The UltraBOOST DNA “Tokyo” appears in an apt “Core Black/Cloud White/Gold Metallic” colorway and is complete with red details. The stretchy Primeknit upper is overlayed with a black toe bumper that’s finished with red Kanji letters, and is covered at the rear by the shoe’s signature heel cup.

The three stripes on the mid-panel appear in black-and-white, while a Kanji script-covered webbing tape stripe has been added to the heel for another nod to the shoe’s Tokyo inspiration. Rounding out the design is the sole unit’s split design, which cuts between stark white and metallic gold BOOST, as well as a red-and-gold adidas tag that sits on the tongue.

The adidas UltraBOOST DNA “Tokyo” is due to launch on July 8 for $180 USD on the adidas website and at select stores worldwide. Take a closer look at the sneaker above.

In other news, Solebox and adidas Consortium have unveiled their Torsion TRDC “Scallop.”

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