In February, we previewed a batch of adidas Ultra Boost collabs that featured all-black and all-white takes on the silhouette designed by the brand's creative directors, Dirk Schönberger and James Carnes. Now, we're back with a better look at an all-white pair, which is sure to be one of the season's cleanest runners.

Derek Curry, founder of Sneaker Politics, recently hit the 'gram with a preview of his sneaker rotation, which includes the pristine white-on-white Ultra Boost. Although we've yet to hear any release details regarding these, we can confirm that they'll release in Berlin. 

Whether that will be a Berlin exclusive or just one of many locations remains to be seen, but we're hoping these get a wider global release. 

In the time being, check for the similar-looking, all-white Energy Boost ESMs that Yeezy can't stop wearing.

UPDATE: These tonal white Ultra Boosts are now available for preorder on adidas' website with orders shipping out on June 1. If you've been waiting to lock down a pair of these, now's your chance. But it appears that they're NOT the collaborative pair that was previewed earlier.

 

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