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.
Pure Boost Chill – A new version of the Pure Boost 2.0 has been released today with the Pure Boost Chill. This shoe is like the Pure Boost 2.0 but has a new 2 layer mesh upper material and does not have the overlay around the midfoot and heel. These changes aim to make it more breathable as well as give it a more sleek design. It carries over the same cushioning and sole as the Pure Boost 2.0. The Pure Boost Chill is in stock now in women’s size 5.5-11.5 in a black colorway for $120. Update 3-30-15 the men’s version has just been released in black and navy colors.
SML Shoes – One of the more interesting models the SML has just been released on the main site. This shoe only comes in 3 sizes (Small, Medium, Large) women’s sizes 6, 8.5, and 10.5. Why only 3 sizes? It has a stretchy mesh upper material with expandable sole which makes it very dynamic with the fit. The SML features a crinkle EVA outsole, synthetic overlays, and the ZX style heel counter for support. It is in stock now in a black and white colorway for $100.
Stan Smith Kevlar – More materials continue to roll out for the Stan Smiths, this time with a durable Kevlar material in combination with the Vulc outsole. This variation is in stock now in a black colorway in sizes 4-14 for $70.
F50 Knight Pack color has finally been released on the main site. In stock now in sizes 6.5-13.5 for $230.
ZX Flux Clot with red, white and blue plaid design is available at select consortium retailers like Packer and SneakersNStuff.