Nice Kicks and adidas Team Up For Tie-Dyed Ultra4D

Dubbed “Have a Nice Day.”

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Nice Kicks and adidas have joined forces for a two tone tie-dye Ultra4D. Combining an UltraBOOST upper with a 4D midsole, the Ultra4D is a new take on a familiar silhouette — making it a fitting canvas for Nice Kicks, who’s also released tye-dyed UltraBOOSTS and NMD R1s in years past.

First premiered by footwear designer Frank Cooke and Nice Kicks head Matt Halfhill, the collaborative sneaker features a black and white spiral tie-dye print on its forefoot and midfoot. Heels, heel counters and Three Stripe midfoot cages are left a monochromatic black, and a small red Nice Kicks logo is present on the tongue for a pop of flair. Down below, latticed 4D midsoles are done up in jet black and work with black outsoles to round off the look.

According to an Instagram post from Cooke, the design is dubbed “Have a Nice Day” and nods to “enjoying the elements during these confining times.” This ethos is furthered by the shoe’s friends and family-only seeding kits, which package it in a picnic basket complete with a blanket and full set of dining accessories.

The Nice Kicks x adidas Ultra4D will release sans dining accessories on Nice Kicks Shop come March 5, and is priced at $250 USD.

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