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The adidas Ultra Boost 2.0 Gets Royal, Mint, And Tan Accents

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The adidas Ultra Boost DNA, the official name given to old models in the comfortable runner line, has recently emerged in a plethora of colorful accents atop a “Core Black” Primeknit base.

As gathered from the isotopic layers at the forefoot, the pair pictured here is colloquially known as the 2.0 version of the silhouette. “Glory Mint” takes over much of the toe box, while a rich shade of blue and cream complement it around the toe and up the tongue. Laces indulge in the tan tone, while branded heel structures boast the “Royal” like hue. While predominantly clad in “Core Black”, the knit upper also indulges in a couple of notable details: “Cloud White” dots from midfoot to forefoot and a gradient collar and inner lining. Underfoot, Boost cushioning maintains its most popular color scheme intact, just as the Continental rubber outsole does. The latter, however, is accompanied by a tan and blue Torsion System tooling.

Details of a stateside adidas.com launch are still unknown, but this Ultra Boost is currently available in Europe for the equivalent of $180 USD. In any case, enjoy official images of the pair here below.

Elsewhere under the Three Stripes umbrella, the Pharrell Williams co-created NMD Hu is set to launch in a handful of colorways before 2020 ends.

adidas Ultra Boost DNA
Color: Core Black/Core Black/Glory Mint
Style Code: FZ3609

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Images: adidas DE

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