The sneaker continues to call time on conventional materials and design and looks toward a brighter future through the use of natural and renewable resources. With this in mind, the UltraBOOST 22 features a knitted upper with 40% of it being crafted with lyocell — a material created with cellulosic fibers made from sustainably-grown wood.
Furthermore, the upper is also designed with PRIMEKNIT and it wraps the foot with a supportive fit that enhances movement. For the overall design, the regular-fitting silhouette is also equipped with a BOOST midsole and linear Energy Push system which makes running on any terrain easier and springier. Continental Better Rubber is used on the outsole and hundreds of BOOST capsules have been combined in it to create an increased energy return when running at high speeds.
The sneaker also comes with a clean color scheme that merges various shades of white and cream. The customary Three Stripe branding is designed in white, while the additional paneling around the upper breaks up the black detailing on the heel counter and the brown outsole. A small speckle of green on the sole rounds off the pair, along with the “Made with Nature” logo on the tongue.
You can have a closer look at adidas’ UltraBOOST 22 “Made with Nature” above and it will be available on the brand’s official website from December 14 for $300 USD.
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