The "All-White" adidas Ultra Boost was one of 2015's best releases and continues to be one of the most popular sneakers on the shelves, but there's just one thing—technically, they're not all-white. That's about to change, though, as the Three Stripes has a new pair on the way this summer.
Along with the upcoming "Triple Black" colorway, adidas is set to drop a full "Triple White" version of the Ultra Boost. There are a couple of differences between these and the "All-White" pair from 2015. For starters, the Primeknit upper on this pair uses the new gradient pattern introduced in December, and there's also a wider knit used around the heel. Down low, the original black Stretch Web outsole is replaced with a white Continental rubber.
These are expected to arrive sometime in May and will be priced at $180. Stay tuned for updates on the official release.