The Adidas UltraBoost 4.0 will come in three colorways, one of which comes with glow in the dark features.
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The Adidas UltraBoost 4.0 will come in gray, core black, and triple white. The most outstanding of the trio would have to be the triple white, which comes with a glow in the dark semi-translucent TPU cage, heel, and outsole.
The core black and gray models, on the other hand, do not come with glow in the dark features.
Much like its predecessor, the Adidas UltraBoost 4.0 sports a ribbed knit pattern similar to the UltraBoost 3.0, and a TPU cage styled to follow the UltraBoost 1.0, according to Kicks on Fire.
Other features include an updated webbing system and a standard Boost sole.
A quick scan of Reddit for first impressions of the shoe tells us not all fans are pleased with it. Reddit user Nixag had some scathing feedback: “Solid white cage would have been better than this Skechers glow in the dark shit. Fr I’m 20, not an 8-year-old kid, Adidas,” wrote the unimpressed user.
The sneakers will retail at US$180 (approx. S$244). We know the Adidas UltraBoost 4.0 core black is scheduled to drop late 2017, while Sneaker News speculates that the triple white pair launches early 2018.
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