Monday, September 26, 2016

Adidas Ultra Boost Runners: Release Date, Price, Photos & Where to Buy?

Adidas Ultra Boost Runners: Release Date, Price, Photos & Where to Buy?

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Adidas is about to release another addition of its long list of Ultra Boost running shoes – the Adidas Ultra Boost Multicolor 2.0.

This multicolor sneaker will be released sooner than expected. It was earlier reported that the latest style of Ultra Boost will be dropping in August. But now, you can order your pair of Adidas Ultra Boost Multicolor 2.0 at Adidas official website or visit the Adidas outlet near you starting on Wednesday (July 27).

The Adidas Ultra Boost Multicolor 2.0 comes with a full clean white-based Primeknit upper and a multicolor Primeknit gradient pattern, which intertwined across the toebox. It also prominently features a contrasting red heel guard and an all-white full-length boost sole unit.

Other notable details are the branding across the heel in metallic silver and its all-white laces. Of course, you will never miss the Three Stripes on the mid section.

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This new iteration of Adidas Ultra Boost will cost you $180 a pair. Some first multi-color knit detailed versions of Adidas sneakers have released earlier this year, but only on selected markets.

Meanwhile, Adidas has launched Ultra Boost Uncaged late last month. So far, it is the brand’s fastest-selling performance shoes ever in the United States. Esquire cited Adidas’ data which stated more than 11,000 pairs of Ultra Boost Uncaged were sold in the first hour of its launch. The style was sold out completely in a day. The AlphaBounce sales performance was not far behind from Uncaged.

Adidas Ultra Boost Uncaged comes in limited colorways such as black, gray, red and pink. With the multicolor offering of Adidas coming on July 27, it is most likely that Adidas Ultra Boost Multicolor 2.0 will also be sold out without hours.

Highsnobiety noted that the rainbow knit colorways of kicks have been popular in the past. This is a trend that Nike initially started with its original Nike Flyknit Racer Rainbow.