The refreshed silhouette is constructed from reused materials destined for landfill and offers a sustainable approach to the brand’s staple runner. Using natural resources in its design, the sneaker receives a new lease on life while supporting the environment in the process.
The UltraBOOST 22 “Made With Nature” boasts a black PRIMEKNIT upper made of 30% sustainable lyocell fibers, while semi-translucent cages receive a brown tint and contrasting Three-Stripes branding. In addition, “Wonder Taupe” fabric tongues promote “MWN” badges atop linear punctuations for increased ventilation.
UltraBOOST-branded heel guards protect its wearer from uneasy conditions, while standard BOOST midsoles feature Energy Push systems for additional grip on bumpy landscapes. Finally, Continental Better Rubber hits the outsoles, which completes the design on a comfortable note.
Take a closer look at the adidas UltraBOOST 22 “Made With Nature” in “Core Black” above. It will be available via the adidas website on December 15 for $190 USD.
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