One of adidas’ newest running shoes that blurs the lines between strictly functional performance and a stylish casual sneaker, the Adidas Pure Boost Clear Grey Cheapest
, arrives in one of its best colorways yet. The lightweight and springy runner that combines an EVA foam outsole with a Boost midsole goes tonal navy for its multi-textured upper and outsole, while white Boost foam breaks it up in between.
Floral landing on performance runners in nothing new. We’ve seen the likes of Nike’s revamped Pegasus line, the Air Max, and much more. But having floral land on fresh performance technologies like Boost is a first. Today we get a look at the Adidas Pure Boost Core Black Discount
, a new take on the Pure Boost silhouette that aims more at the lifestyle market than those trying to get extra cushioning from their running model.
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hardly gets the recognition that the Ultra Boost does, but the model does benefit from a sleek design that brought together designers from both adidas Y-3 and adidas Originals. Introduced in the middle of 2014, the full-length Boost cushioning system branched out from performance running and into the lifestyle category and now is being rewarded for its efforts with a brand new “Chinese New Year” colorway. The muted navy base is accented by a black toecap and branding while just the right amount of red accents hit throughout. A unique Chinese-inspired tongue logo elevates this colorway into a truly special release.
You might be trained to think that any adidas offering with camo uppers is from the A Bathing Ape crew, but this latest set of military-themed kicks is an in-house design. The popular Pure Boost is the sneaker to receive this great visual upgrade, with the classic olive tones and a navy-themed blue pair overtaking the Adidas Pure Boost Shock Mint on Sale
silhouette. With the great in-line releases and the dope Yohji selections, the adidas Pure Boost is surely making a name for itself among the impressive new adidas models this year.
This Thursday marks the start of the 2014 World Cup, but if you’ve been paying attention in the world of sneakers, then you’ve been prepared for this once-in-every-four-year event for quite some time. Brands are bolstering up both the latest and their classic retros with colorways to reference the world’s most popular sporting event, and the three stripes are no exception. The latest silhouette to get a Brazil inspired look is their Adidas Pure Boost Core Black UK Stockists