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adidas Ultra Boost, the strongest running shoe in history, not only has outstanding performance, but also its fashionable silhouette and changing color matching are increasingly in the daily wear of trend people. It can be said that it is cool to walk and run. This time, Adidas made a fuss about the black color scheme. The two adidas Ultra Boost Gradient is a black Primeknit woven shoe with a white Boost midsole, but in the details, it is rendered with a gradient weave effect. On the other side of the generosity, a touch of exquisiteness was injected.The adidas Ultra Boost has grown to become one of the brand’s most popular franchises in recent years. Following the re-release of the “Red Gradient” and “Mint” pairs, the legendary “Grey Gradient” has now surfaced online for release soon.
Last month, adidas surprised the sneaker community with a secret restock of the Multicolor adidas Ultra Boost 2.0 LTD. While news of several original UB colorways making a return has already been changing hands this year, the reemergence of the 2.0 pattern caught many off guard. Now, it appears that the second installment in the Ultra Boost franchise is going all out, dropping in every seminal colorway from 2016. This week, another fan-favorite color scheme has surfaced on adidas’ release calendar, showing the “Grey Gradient” 2.0 Ultra Boost releasing early in December. Just like its original release, this pair features a largely black Primeknit upper, segmented into a light gradient in the toe box. The laces and heel cup will come in grey as well, just like their original.
After a series of hype-branded releases, Nike continue their love affair with logos for an upcoming Nike Air Max 97.The latest iteration of the wavy sneak comes dipped in ‘Bright Citron’ and accented with black on the midsole, outsole and laces. The midfoot Swoosh has been pushed to the toe while Nike branding nestles in its place. It doesn’t stop there though, oversized Air Max—emblazoned taping locks down the lacing on the tongue.