Only several weeks after that initial launch, the adidas Ultra Boost 3.0 Blue joins this growing range.Down below we have a white Boost midsole and black Continental rubber outsole. It’s been hugely successful amongst sneaker fanatics and those who appreciate performance footwear with several styles selling out across most UK retailers.While that sounds huge, it shouldn’t be too difficult with great new pairs like the “Deep Sea” Ultra Boost 4.0 that we got our hands on.Parley’s new “Deep Sea” colorway is one of the best new Ultra Boost looks in quite a while. The Primeknit upper is largely made from carbon black threads, interspersed with a dark blue tone to add some texture.Finally, Parley and adidas finish off their latest sneaker with a clean white Boost midsole, a feature that appears in all of their designs.
This adidas Ultra Boost 3.0 features a Navy blue Primeknit upper with a matching side cage, laces, and heel counter.Who knows but one things for sure, this UB is guaranteed to cause a stir.The adidas Ultra Boost 3.0 is yet to hit shelves, but already we have been treated to copious teasers of the latest revision.Parley for the Oceans and adidas are back at it. In the last few months, the two have released an unprecedented amount of sneakers.In the official photos, the new colorway seemed somewhat monotone due to artificial lighting, but seeing them in person is a real treat. Who doesn’t love a vibrant colourway and one that brings some much needed colour to the cold days of winter.
This new version of the adidas Ultra Boost has a similar color scheme as the “Mystery Blue” version, but differences itself with the use of Royal.The latest entry in the Parley line of Ultra Boost is very similar to past iterations of the sneaker.Scheduled to arrive as one of the first releases of 2017 this could be the perfect start to an exciting year for the Ultra Boost.By now, everything from slides to NMDs to performance runners have taken on the recycled plastic look, and there is more to come.Due to the materials used, the fit is slightly tighter than most are expecting, so going up a half size is highly recommended.The latest colourway to be revealed sees the shoe receive a tonal ‘Royal Blue’ makeover. This version 3.0 is crafted from thick and textured Primeknit from heel to toe. It features a lined imprint that delivers even more attitude while boasting that warming insulation.
Other notable features include a translucent lace surround – also featuring in blue – while a white Ultra Boost sole sits underfoot.Featuring a full Royal Blue Primeknit upper that has a matching cage and heel counter, while sitting atop a full-length White Boost midsole and Black rubber outsole.Despite baring strong resemblance to the previously revealed ‘Navy’ make-up, this new colourway sees the reworked 3.0 Primeknit upper rendered in a brighter shade of blue and fitted with navy Three Stripes branding and a matching heel counter. Other than that, the adidas Ultra Boost 4.0 has been an excellent succession in the silhouette’s expanding line.This month, the two have prepared another exciting offering of the Ultra Boost 4.0 just a few short weeks after their first collab on the new silhouette. As always this delivers that re-energising comfort that powers every step with energy.
The adidas Ultra Boost 3.0 Blue is scheduled to release on Sunday 1st January via the retailers listed.Next, the flexible knit upper is protected by matte black cages and heel cups, the latter of which are 3D-printed- a new standard for the Ultra Boost family.The rapid release schedule from Parley and adidas should not come as a surprise, as they announced plans to sell at least five million pairs of the recycled footwear by the end of 2018.The new knit pattern provides more flexibility than last year’s 3.0, as well as a more breathable fit.A white Boost midsole and black Continental rubber outsole complete this release. Stay tuned for more updates on this New Years collection shortly.a