A Slightly Modified "Triple Black" adidas UltraBOOST 3.0 Has Surfaced
adidas Revamps the UltraBOOST 3.0 in "Trace Khaki"
Fresh off of its Reigning Champ x adidas UltraBOOST 3.0 delivery this weekend, we now get a look at an upcoming adidas UltraBOOST 3.0 in “Triple Grey.” Covering the silhouette in three shades of grey, the BOOST sole unit will receive a dark grey makeover for the first time. In addition, a lighter grey encompasses the Primeknit upper and a matte grey cage and heel counter completes the grey trifecta while a chrome “UltraBOOST” branding stamp gives the shoe its final accentuation.
Expected to drop in August along with the matte black heel tab “Triple Black” 3.0, stay tuned for confirmation of pricing and a release date.
Kevin Durant is back with an NBA Championship in his sights and some clean sneakers on his feet. The recently revealed Nike KD 9 Elite has been dressed up in Golden State Warriors coloring as a special PE for the Durantula. Its upper is dominated by rich blue coloring while yellow serves as a complement on its Swoosh branding and visible Zoom Air technology. Flyknit makes its way throughout the toe to its midfoot mixing the aforementioned colors for its finishing touches.
Onituska Tiger is celebrating Japanese craftsmanship with a brand new “Nippon Made” pack for its pop-up store and gallery in New York City’s Soho. Featuring the Mexico 66, the pack offers up two classic colorways while employing hand-stitched leather and traditional dye processes. In both cases, premium white leather meets matching laces, grey suede, and an off-white midsole.
Onitsuka Tiger’s “Nippon Made” Mexico 66s are available now as an in-store exclusive for $300 USD per pair.
Onitsuka Tiger Soho Pop-Up Store & Gallery
92 Mercer Street
New York, NY 10012
The Nike Air Max TR 17 debuted in tan back in February and now receieves two new colorways in navy and grey for the spring and summer months. A neoprene sock construction once again makes its way onto the sneaker coupled with woven paneling but this time the leather upper is replaced with suede. In addition, both colorways have opted for a classic gum sole to complement the fully exposed Air Max bubble unit.
Fans can expect this duo of Air Max TR 17′s to hit Nike Sportswear retailers soon for $180 USD.
Not long ago, Nike unveiled the “Light Ash” iteration for the most-popular Air Zoom Spiridon silhouette. Now, on-feet photos of two additional colorways have surfaced: “Turbo Green” and “Light Midnight.” Dubbed the “Summer Pack,” the new variants boast both a practical and striking color scheme — the model’s signature attributes include mesh and synthetic overlays, reflective piping and of course, the Zoom Air sole unit.
Check out the gallery above and purchase all models at select Nike stockists such as asphaltgold on April 13.