Adidas Running?s latest iteration of sneakers using the iconic Boost soles – the Ultra Boost Uncaged is one of the fastest-selling performance shoes of the brand in America.
More than 11,000 pairs of the shoe sold out post launch while Adidas? debut of the limited edition ?Colored Sole? Ultra Boost Uncaged sold out in a day.
Riding high on the success of their latest sneakers, Adidas is already up with the release of another few colorways of Ultra Boost Uncaged in August.
One of the latest leaks by KicksOnFire features a Uncaged sneaker with ?Orange? color upper PrimeKnit matched up with white accents on the heel counter, collar, the Boost midsole, and the rubber outsole. The inside of the sneaker features the ?Sample? word written boldly under the sock which essentially suggests the sneaker remains part of the company?s inner circle members. The final word on the public release of the sneakers is not out yet.
Though, the shoe may seem rather unappealing to the sneakerheads interested to pick up the color Boosts, it still will be one of the most vibrant colorways to be released yet. The new sneaker is in stark contrast to the earlier versions of the brighter colored Boosts that featured a black heel tab. The cageless Ultra Boost ?Orange? on the other hand features white heel tab. However, before you get all excited up, there is high chance the colorway could be a even a fake.
Last week saw Adidas drop another three variants of the Uncaged with a Navy and Olive Green colorways for men and a Sea Blue colorway for women. The $180 sneakers are now available across Adidas retail stores, Adidas.com and other retailers such as Finish Line.
Meanwhile, the Color Boosts remain in high demand. Though there has been no official news about restocking the shoes, the brand?s success with the running sneakers, there could be a restock anytime soon.
There are still other ways to pick the sneaker although the price is likely to wary. The Color Boosts are available via Ebay.com and other online hosting sites such as Eminem?s Stockx.com.
In related news, Adidas also dropped another NMD R1 PrimeKnit ?Pitch Black? sneakers.The limited edition sneakers are the first NMDs featuring a colored sole and likely more from the brand are expected to follow.