Although we’ve been covering the adidas Ultra Boost 21 for a couple months now, the new Ultra Boost model had not been officially introduced by adidas until now. Here’s what the Three Stripes has to say about the upcoming adidas Ultra Boost 21.

The adidas Ultra Boost 21 will come with an upper that is made out of Primeblue, a high-performance recycled material made in part with Parley Ocean Plastic. 50% of the upper is textile, 75% of the textile is Primeblue yarn. In addition to the redesigned construction of the upper, the shoe also boasts a Boost midsole with 6 percent more Boost capsules from the prior model while the new LEP (Linear Energy Push) torsion system delivers less flex in the forefoot for a more responsive stride.

“Ultra Boost has consistently been a unique and sensational blend of iconic design, revolutionary innovations, unparalleled performance and unique consumer experience,” says Alberto Uncini Manganelli, General Manager and Senior Vice President of Adidas Running. “Boost and Primeknit have created and elevated new industry standards, while Primeblue has set a new benchmark of sustainability and Adidas LEP is setting new standards of performance. Ultra Boost has always been a ‘first,’ a ‘pioneer,’ delighting millions of worldwide users every day, winning their hearts and minds and changing the way they see and feel running.”

Retailing for $180, the adidas Ultra Boost 21 will be making its debut on January 28th at select retailers and, followed by a global launch on February 4th.

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