Adidas’ ongoing Consortium Sneaker Exchange is set to continue this fall by pairing New Jersey retailer Packer Shoes and Berlin’s Solebox for two limited-edition Boost sneakers.
This drop includes the Energy Boost — the first Adidas sneaker to feature Boost cushioning, originally released in 2013 — and the rarely seen Ultra Boost Mid.
According to Yeezy Mafia, the aqua-accented colorways in this collection are inspired by the depths of the ocean. The Energy Boost style features a gray upper with a light blue gradient effect and a translucent support cage, while the Ultra Boost Mid utilizes a black Primeknit upper flecked with gray and blue, and a gray collar. Both styles use Boost cushioning; however, the Ultra Boost Mid’s midsole extends from heel to toe, while the Energy Boost is just short of full-length.
This two-sneaker group is expected to release in November, with exclusive availability from Packer Shoes and Solebox during the initial launch. That drop will be followed shortly after by a second release from Adidas Consortium retailers.
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