Here's a First Look at the New adidas Pure Boost Sneaker Dropping This Summer

The evolution of Boost.

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2015 was a quiet year for the adidas Pure Boost. The Kanye-approved runner, which we named the number one sneaker of 2014, had a sequel that never really took off like the O.G., but it looks like adidas has found a way to breathe new life into the shoe.

Previewed today is the adidas Pure Boost ZG, which is short for 'Zero Gravity.' Visually, the ZG is quite a departure from previous Pure Boost offerings, with a patterned upper that's reminiscent of the Yeezy Boost 350's Primeknit. Down low, however, there's more of the pillow-like Boost cushioning you've come to love, and it's capped off with a thick Strechweb outsole for multi-surface traction. 

The image above depicts the adidas Pure Boost ZG Mesh, which will debut in eight different colorways, each of which are pictured below. It's priced at $120 and will be available beginning in July. Meanwhile, there's a Pure Boost ZG Primeknit variation, which dons a different pattern and will release for $140 in June.

Check out all the details below and keep it locked here for more as the release date approaches.