Focused on new textures and lines since a long time, Adidas dropped the Ultra Boost at the beginning of 2015, moving forward tot he future but aware of its successful background. Making a bold claim that they were launching the best running sneakers ever, these low shoes are the most significant example of innovating with an eye to the past: resuming elements of two historical silhouettes (Pure Boost and Adizero Primeknit), but provided with a captivating design at the same time, this model gets back the Boost technology, but improved and enhanced. Originally conceived for the runners market, the lifestyle and basketball footwear started soon to involve this ground-breaking system into shoes structure (the D-Rose signature line is a clear example), while the Adidas Ultra Boost achieved the highest fame thanks to the eclectic american artist Kanye West, who wore on stage a clean all-white version of the sneaker during the New York fashion week. No doubt this model gave three stripes' its best game-changing hit since ages, bringing us also dope collaborations with lifestyle blog like Highsnobiety and Hypebeast and contributing to the Yeezy shoes creation; available in a wide colours range and Uncaged too (without the plastic cage for the laces), these sneakers' strong points are the Primeknit upper and the Torsion system in the Continental sole. Easy to wear, impossible to take off. Why? Try it and you will get it!