Remember back in the day when you couldn’t cop an Ultra Boost without having to pay resell? Even if you did manage to get lucky on the morning of release, this wasn’t without the stress of battling frozen checkout pages and re-sellers using bots. Thankfully, our favourite performance range isn’t quite as difficult to cop nowadays.
A fresh batch of Boost goodness launched last week via adidas UK. In case you missed the news via @thesolesupplier, you’ll want to admire some of those new-in silhouettes below. These feature alongside some of the hottest Ultra Boosts from January which are still available at adidas UK.
The Canadian-based fashion label imparts their minimalist style against this ‘All Terrain’ Ultra Boost. As you’d expect, the result is nothing short of refined with bags of lifestyle appeal.
A fiery hot upper features on this Uncaged which could be the most fuego style yet for the range. Grey balances the look, featuring to that soft knitted Primeknit upper.
One of the more unique Ultra Boost colourways features a subtle blend of white and blue across the upper. A white coloured lace surround contrasts whilst another hit of blue features to that heel counter.
As a homage to the first ever Ultra Boost colourway, this anniversary style arrives in the exact same style. That includes vibrant yellow lace-locks as well as grey three stripes to the sidewall.
These might look like a nightmare during the winter months but don’t overlook the protection from this ‘All Terrain‘ upgrade. That deep-tread outsole keeps you high off the ground whilst a hidden caging system ensures robust comfort.
As a homage to ‘The Year Of The Dog‘, this flamin’ hot colourway is one of January’s most underrated releases. As you can see, these look great paired with some black joggers – how are these still sitting!
It’s the tonal olive coloured heel panel which makes this Uncaged colourway so appealing. This seasonal shade is matched with a flecked Primeknit upper and a clean white Boost unit sits underfoot.
A vibrant colourway is contrasted by subtle yellow thread but the theme is balanced out with the addition of a navy lace surround and heel panel.
What was first referred to as a ‘Grandad Slipper‘ when it first got released is finally gaining some recognition amongst sneakerheads. Not only is this model the most unassuming of the range but you can be assured of unrivalled comfort.
This murdered-out release was quick to sellout when it arrived at the start of January but thanks to a recent restock, you can still cop in select sizes.
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