2015's Fan-Favorite adidas UltraBOOST "Core Black" Is Back

With some subtle and not-so-subtle design tweaks.

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Among the consensus best UltraBOOSTs to ever release, 2015’s “Core Black” is certainly a favorite for many. Now, five years later, the cult-classic is back but with some subtle design tweaks.

Utilizing the UltraBOOST U model, one that is presumably unisex, this version features a Primeknit upper with a pattern that’s reminiscent of the UB 4.0. However, and most notably, this sneaker swaps the original’s plastic heel counter and lacing structure for a synthetic material that offers a unique layering effect to the sock-like upper. Additional details include the signature white BOOST midsole and black Continential outsole.

The adidas UltraBOOST U “Core Black” is available at select retailers, like Caliroots, for $180 USD.

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