Have you ever wondered what an adidas Ultra Boost would look like if it were given the Y-3 treatment? You no longer have to as that concept has recently become a reality. Let’s take a look at what’s being called the Y-3 adidas Ultra Boost.
Right off the bat you could see that the main difference in this Ultra Boost is the fact that it comes built in a high-top fashion. Ditching the majority of the Primeknit construction, the shoe is given a new look with the usage of a breathable synthetic upper. The shoe becomes a high-top with the help of a TechFit sock placed on the shoe. The heel counter is removed from the shoe, but a similar feature is placed on the rear portion of the side panels. A new lacing system that extends all the way to the TechFit sock is also put in place, while different types of eyelets are placed on the shoe as well. An all-black upper contrasts very nicely with the all-white Boost sole unit. The shoe recently dropped for $389. Are you looking to pick up a pair? Let us know in the comments below.
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It looks clean, I’m just still on the fence regarding the removal of the Primeknit construction. I guess if they would have left it on, the shoe would not be much of a change compared to the original Ultra Boost. Nonetheless, it’s pretty dope.
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