Pure Boost 2 – New colors have just been released for the Pure Boost 2 shoe with black, navy and grey. The new colors have more of a textured appearance within the mesh and still have a subtle reptile pattern design integrated on the overlay material. The new colors are available now in men’s sizes 6.5 – 12.5 for $120.
Pure Boost Chill – The women’s Pure Boost Chill has also just been released in 3 new colors including black, maroon, and grey. Like the new Pure Boost 2, they also have a textured appearance on the mesh material. You can pick up the new Pure Boost Chills now in sizes 5.5 – 11.5 for $120.
Ultra Boost – Today the top of the line adidas running shoe the Ultra Boost officially launched. It is available in the black and purple colorway in men’s sizes 6.5-15 and women’s sizes 5-11.5 for $180. It is also currently available in a solar red colorway in the men’s sizes.
The Ultra Boost features more Boost cushioning material than any other shoe. It also has a seamless Primeknit forefoot material and 4 way stretch heel. The sole uses a new stretch web design which adapts to all surfaces.
This neutral style trainer has a heel toe drop of 10mm and weighs in at about 10.6 oz in a men’s size 9. If you are looking for the best running shoe with maximum cushioning and comfort, be sure to check out the Ultra Boost!
Pure Boost 2.0 – We saw the women’s Pure Boost 2.0 in solar pink release a little while back and today the first color for the men’s Pure Boost 2.0 has been released. It is available in black in sizes 6.5-13 for $120. Updates include a thicker mesh upper material with synthetic overlays. Check this one out now to be the first to own the new Pure Boost.
Update: More colors of the Ultra Boost and Pure Boost 2.0 have been released.
Pure Boost 2.0 – Unexpectedly today the new Pure Boost 2.0 was released on the main website. This is the first big update we have seen for the popular Pure Boost so far. The 2.0 version continues with the full Boost sole but the upper has been changed quite a bit. Most noticeably are the new synthetic overlays around the midfoot and heel. This added material should provide more structure to the upper section of the shoe.
Also new with the 2.0 is a thicker material overall that can be seen in the tongue and heel of the shoe. This should provide a more comfortable fit compared to the previous version which was very thin in these sections. It also has the contoured heel design we have seen on the new Ultra Boost. The base material is a stretch mesh combined with a mesh lining.
The Pure Boost 2.0 is in stock now in men’s and women’s sizes for $120.