Adidas introduced its Ultra Boost 3.0 pattern last winter, and it looks like the next generation of the sneaker could be arriving around the same time this year.
According to @theyeezymafia, the Ultra Boost 4.0 is set to release in December. Previewed in a fan-favorite “Triple White” colorway, this iteration’s knitted upper is similar to that of the original Ultra Boost, albeit with a looser gauge and wider perforations.
Furthermore, the Yeezy Mafia reports that this “Triple White” style is only the beginning, as a number of other colorways are also lined up for winter release.
In addition to the updated knit pattern, a brand-new Adidas Boost logo was revealed. The new typeface is expected to appear on the insole of the Ultra Boost 4.0.
The Adidas Ultra Boost debuted in early 2015 with a knit pattern that has been dubbed 1.0. That was followed by the introduction of a 2.0 look in spring 2016 and, most recently, the 3.0 model last winter.