For its return, adidas has made sure that everything is in the original order. As a result, the pair features the OG Primeknit weave, three stripes and an entire cage unit that transforms into a heel cup served in flat black, as well as classic branding on the tongue.
Elsewhere, the UltraBOOST 1.0 features branding on the rounded heel cup, Continental outsoles in black to match the blacked-out BOOST unit, and Torsion in the midfoot for support. adidas has combined Continental’s signature material with its own Stretchweb construction, which gives the outsole more than just traction — it can adapt to the ground for stability and is very elastic, meaning it works alongside BOOST to give better push-off when you start running.
Of course, this pair is inherently a running shoe and it will cope in all kinds of conditions if you push it. However, as trends saw in 2015 and 2016, the UltraBOOST and many other running shoes like it became the go-to look for many sneakerheads thanks to their celebrity endorsements.
As a result, we can expect this pair to sell out just as fast at the UltraBOOST 1.0 “Triple White,” so be sure to secure your pair via the adidas website when they drop on September 2 for $180 USD. Take a closer look at the adidas UltraBOOST 1.0 “Core Black” above.
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