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The Rio Olympics will be a major stepping stone for Adidas Ultra Boost Dealsa brand that hasn’t had much to celebrate on the big international sporting event. In London, the Olympics were absolutely dominated by Nike with the advent of Flyknit, those snazzy reflective jackets, and all the footwear that surrounding the Olympic basketball team, but the landscape of sportswear has changed dramatically so much that adidas is the one getting all the eyeballs. For the upcoming Games, adidas has a trio of the Ultra Boost running shoe inspired by the gold, silver, and bronze medals. Each version is made distinct by a colored heel-cage and distinct Primeknit uppers.
The Adidas Ultra Boost Buy Online took the world by storm thanks to the Primeknit and Boost combination that allowed for the performance runner to crossover to the lifestyle category with relative ease. Then Solebox and Hypebeast transformed the silhouette by ditching the protective cage overlay and three stripe branding with the adidas Ultra Boost Uncaged. The upper looked rather similar to that found on the adidas NMD series, and now the trefoil brand is expanding the model for a general release set to hit global retailers later this summer. This clean Grey/Clear Grey colorway takes a tonal approach to rival some early Yeezy 350 Boost releases as a clean metallic gold branding hits the heel to work well with the subtle white full-length Boost cushioning.
Whether it was intentional by Adidas Ultra Boost Shopor not, this latest colorway of the women’s Ultra Boost ST will have many of us thinking “Raptors” thanks to the similar color scheme of the original Toronto Raptors uniforms. Whether they remind you of Oliver Miller or not, few will disagree that this latest version of the Ultra Boost with extra stability (for those that actually run in them) is looking nice in its vibrant blend of purple Primeknit with bright red accents and a lighter purple inner lining.
We’re told that six colorways of the Adidas Ultra Boost Order Uncaged are releasing next week on the official global drop date of June 29th. It appears that two of the six feature dyed Boost soles – specifically one in all-red and another in all-black. They feature matching “camo” Primeknit uppers and black heel cups for support. One thing to note – the Boost soles are likely dyed superficially because the exposed Boost cushioning on the bottom of the shoe is entirely white.
The Adidas Ultra Boost Purchase has shifted gears to the Uncaged realm, but it’s always great to see new colorways of the instantly classic running model surface. This “Multi-Color” release is slated to hit store shelves later this summer with a nod toward the Olympics. We’ve seen the coveted rainbow-like pattern on the Ultra Boost before in the form of the Chinese New Year celebration, but here an adidas Performance logo meshes well with the red heel construction.