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Adidas x Parley Ultra Boost 3.0 “Night Navy”
Saving the ocean never looked so good.
A collaboration with non-profit environmental organization Parley for the Oceans, each pair of this Adidas x Parley Ultra Boost was created with an average of 11 plastic waste bottles found in the ocean. The midnight blue upper with the classic white boost sole also make this a must-have for Ultra Boost collectors.
Adidas EQT Support Ultra King Push “Bodega Babies”
Adidas teamed up with Virginia rap icon and GOOD Music president Pusha T to drop this one-of-a-kind EQT collaboration in November 2017.
The “Hard Beige” colourway is inspired by New York bodega paper bags for groceries and concealing liquor. It also features a subtle nod to Pusha’s come-up moving weight with carp leather panelling that is reminiscent of fish scale. If that wasn’t enough, the shoebox itself includes a brown paper bag with the shoes tucked inside.
Adidas Nemeziz Tango 17 Ultra Boost “Kith Flamingos”
Listen, even Crocs would be cool if Ronnie Feig’s name was attached to them.
The Adidas Nemeziz Tango 17 Ultra Boost might be one of the lesser known Boosts in the Adidas catalogue, but it’s nothing a Kith collaboration won’t fix. Dipped in bright pastel pink with a clean all-white Boost sole, this pair takes influence from the Kith Flamingos — the brand’s Miami-based soccer team.
Adidas Energy Boost Packer Shoes x Solebox “Silfra Rift”
Now this is what you call a worldly shoe.
A collaboration birthed under the ingenious Adidas Consortium banner, this unique take on the Energy Boost finds two unlikely retailers putting their minds together to create one impressive sneaker.
Packer Shoes (New Jersey) and Solebox (Berlin) collaborated on this pack that included the Energy Boost and Ultra Boost, which are inspired a point on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge where the Eurasian and American tectonic plates meet — dubbed the “Silfra Rift.”
Adidas x Reigning Champ Pure Boost
Reigning Champ might just be the most respected Canadian lifestyle brand on the market today. With premium materials and a timeless aesthetic, the Vancouver-based brand has collaborated on a number of Adidas sneaker models and their rendition of the Pure Boost features their signature gray tone with hits of white speckling that give it a slight pop.
Adidas x Neighbourhood I-5923
Hypebeasts went into a frenzy when it was announced Japanese streetwear boutique Neighbourhood would be collaborating with Adidas on a four-piece sneaker collection that included the NMD R1, Chop Shop, Gazelle Super and the I-5923 (formerly known as the Iniki Boost).
The I-5923 model definitely had its fair share of hype, but nothing compared to its NMD R1 sibling that took home most of the shine. Still, the I-5923 features an ultra-clean aesthetic complete with black Boost and a white bottom that is more than enough to break some necks.
Adidas Pure Boost “Camo”
Another great offering from the Pure Boost line, the “Camo” model originally released in November 2014 and while it wasn’t a hype collaboration with another streetwear brand — it’s an iconic print that never goes out of style.
Celebrating the U.S. Military, this Pure Boost came in green and gray and featured the same signature design and comfort the shoe has become known for.