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The adi Pure Boost “Monochrome City Blur” should look familiar to some. It is the greyscaled version of a Pure Boost we wrote about a couple weeks ago, appropriately named the “City Blur.” Sitting atop the uber comfortable white Boost midsole, the “Monochrome City Blur” upper contains an abstract black and white graphic of traffic moving through a city. Black branding and overlays help to calm the busy nature of the graphic while bright red accenting on the outsole and tongue gives the kicks some color.
The pair is available in stores now and online at Footlocker.com for $ 120.
The Jordan Shine “Platinum” is a silhouette that references the iconic Jordan 1, all while creating its own identity based off the foundation. The sneaker arrives in a pure platinum, vachetta tan and white colorway, and its tan-based premium woven leather upper comes complete with a smooth toe, heel and tongue. It’s the details that make this shoe so sophisticated and brilliant: the upper gives off a very clean look in light grey while a tan lining contrasts. The finishing touches like its white sole and laces round it out.
Available at Flight 23 on Saturday.
Trust us, the adidas Pure Boost is one of the most comfortable shoes you could possibly lace up on your feet. Adidas’ Pure boost technology midsole provides unmatched comfort for your feet whether you’re relaxing in them or going on a full run. Now, much like we’ve seen adidas do with the ZX Flux, we’re seeing a print on the Pure Boost. The “City Blur” features an upper with an abstract design that is indicative of a city street as cars roll by. The pair features a wide array of color some bright and some dark that give the Pure Boost a much more elevated design than we’ve seen on previous models. Of course, the comfort of the Boost stays the same. The adidas Pure Boost retails for $ 120 and the “City Blur” model is in stores now. Check the Launch Locator to see which stores have this release.
The Nike Air Max 1 revolutionized footwear with Tinker Hatfield’s idea to open up the midsole to inquiring minds who wanted to see what the inner workings of the sneaker were. A simple concept: the same tactic of inserting “Air” into the Tailwind runner as early as 1978, however, it would be another decade before Nike unleashed the true potential of air. That first release of the Air Max 1 launched a franchise that is still going strong close to 30 years later.
With this release of the Air Max 1, arriving in Pure Platinum and Gold, we see a varied take on the clean silhouette. The upper is fully draped in a clean Pure Platinum while the Swoosh arrives in Gold to provide that pop. The white midsole provides subtle contrast with color up top. To top it all off, the visible air unit sits in the heel.
Available in select stores and online Friday. Check out Release Locator for stores.
Today marks the release of one of the most stylish and tech savvy shoes to come from adidas in recent memory. The adi Pure Boost, combines the innovative material that is adi Boost and a lifestyle look that one might not associate immediately with adidas to form a street shoe that will, without a doubt, make waves throughout the sneaker world. The combination of innovation and style is evident not only by looking at the shoe but also by knowing a little about the shoe’s origins. Birthed through a collaboration between three adidas designers – one performance running, one street wear, and one from Y-3 – the adi Pure Boost boasts a simple yet powerfully stylish silhouette. While past iterations of the Boost technology releases focus mainly on running performance, the Pure Boost’s design focuses on comfort above all else. While it’s branded a lifestyle shoe, the Pure Boost can be worn for anything from running to lounging to the office to the street. A seamless upper contributes to that comfort while the four-way stretch material used allows the shoe to expand with your foot as it sits directly on top of the Boost midsole. In addition to its comfort the Pure Boost is unbelievably light weighing 8.3 ounces for men and only 6.3 ounces for women. The adidas Pure Boost is available in stores and online beginning today for $ 120.