adidas' 'Oreo' colourway is by far one of their most popular combos. Standing out from the massive crowd of all white sneakers, the shade elegantly adopts elements of black and grey into the mix, creating a sneaker that is both understated yet unique. Now, it seems that shots of an adidas Ultra Boost 4.0 'Oreo' have surfaced online, and we're here to give you your best look yet.
Images courtesy of Just Fresh Kicks, the leaked sample makes use of the 4.0's new intricately weaved Primeknit upper. Predominately white, the runner fuses accents of grey and black, and is wrapped together by a matte white cage. A grey heel cup is present along the back of the shoe for added support, and of course, like all Ultra Boosts since the beginning of time, the crep sits on top of a full length Boost midsole.
So far, the 'Oreo' has received a mixed reaction from the sneaker community. Twitter user Hunterxx52 stated that the shoe "looks too generic";, whilst FutureTomorrow_ agrees, tweeting, "Well this was fun while it lasted";. However, it's not all bad news though, with kklene16 simply writing "Need!"; and moonmanC137 commenting "Want";.
Not much else is known about the adidas Ultra Boost 4.0 'Oreo', but you can bet on The Sole Supplier to keep you updated as more news develops. In the meantime, be sure to check out the Ultra Boost 4.0 Core Black which surfaced online just yesterday!
Images via Just Fresh Kicks