Arriving in “Cloud White/Legacy Teal/Core Black,” the running sneaker is comprised of a Primeblue Primeknit upper, meaning it’s made using high-performance recycled materials developed in partnership with Parley Ocean Plastic, resulting in a textile made from 75% Primeblue yarn and no virgin polyester traces.
Despite the sustainable efforts made, the UltraBOOST still performs as expected. Perforations on the mesh toe box allow for extra breathability, while a padded knit-mesh heel cup supports you when running. A TPU lace cage wears the Three Stripe branding and works to keep the laces in place, while the sole unit now wears a new web lattice design.
Here, Stretchweb has been cast over the BOOST sole unit to act as a bumper and provide a “walking-on-a-trampoline feeling.” Rounding out the shoe is the usual adidas EQT-derived logo on the tongue and hits of “Legacy Teal” on the heel.
Take a look at the adidas UltraBOOST Web DNA in “Cloud White/Legacy Teal/Core Black” above, and pick up a pair from adidas’ website on April 3. It retails for $190 USD.
In other news, two YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 colorways are re-releasing.