The adidas Ultra Boost Uncaged Navy manages to work in a dark blue tint throughout the uncaged upper while speckles of black Primeknit wrap around the sock-like ankle collar to match the supportive heel cage.This time around the modified runner from adidas takes on a navy Primeknit upper with pretty much a tonal look. A White Boost midsole and Continental black rubber outsole finish things off.This pair doesn’t opt for that monochromatic look, but a white sole contrasts beautifully against a full, navy upper. As always, the innovative Primeknit on top delivers unbeatable comfort that contours to the shape of your foot. An integrated lacing system gives a surprisingly good fit considering the flexibility of this material.If you haven’t tried on a pair and want to check that off your to-do list before the turn of the new year, then this adidas Ultra Boost Uncaged “Navy” is the perfect option for dressing down the coveted style.
adidas Yeezy 350 Boost is simply a miniature version of the adult counterpart that launched last year. It features the same construct and design elements right down to the minor detailing.The pictures above are of the Pirate Black colorway and feature a very similar if not the same Primeknit upper and Boost midsole as the men’s pair. As you can see, lots of detail was put into these infant pairs and they look pretty identical to the adult version.Anyone wanting to purchase a pair from the app needs to be in one of adidas’ specific geographic zones for the launch, and needs to have already registered for the tiny Yeezy 350s.this release is set to be huge and you’ll have to compete with countless other parents.
This colorway of the adidas NMD R1 can be purchased now in women’s sizes at select adidas retailersA hit of colour breaks up the shoe – with a light blue tone on the EVA outsole plugs. Complimenting the base of the shoe are Icey Blue EVA insert overlays sitting atop a White full-length Boost midsole and Black rubber outsole.This subtle colorway of the NMD R1 can be purchased at select adidas retailers now.