For Ultra Boost fans who aren’t always walking on city streets, Adidas has a sneaker you’re going to want to check out.
Available now is the Adidas Ultra Boost All Terrain, a rough and rugged yet stylish iteration of its popular neutral running shoe, which is built to handle the various ground conditions you walk on.
The style is executed with a higher Primeknit upper than the road-ready version, boasting a thin layer of film designed to repel water. The upper sits atop Adidas’ acclaimed energy-returning Boost midsole and a Continental rubber outsole that’s made to provide traction whether you’re walking on wet or dry surfaces.
If you’re looking to buy a pair today, the sneakers are available via Adidas.com in men’s sizing for $200. Three colorways of the Ultra Boost All Terrain are ready to be purchased on the website: a night red, noble maroon and bright blue look; an iteration using carbon, core black and cloud white hues; and a raw desert, core black and cloud white version.
Next month, Adidas will deliver a colorway executed with its clear brown and core black hues. The look will retail for $220.
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