NASA adidas Ultra BOOST DNA Core Black Carbon FZ1855
Release Date: Thu 03 Dec 2020 11:00 PM GMT
Style Code: FZ1855
Ready for the space force from the Trefoils? The NASA adidas Ultra BOOST DNA Core Black Carbon is releasing with another gorgeous colour scheme, and it’s the perfect addition to your winter sneaker rotation. Moreover, the sci-fi vibes are way too bold and brooding! The construction is following the classic tradition, sure. However, the black and carbon combination on the uppers make this trainer dangerous looking. Space or NASA enthusiasts might want a lot more options from these trainers for running. As a result, Trefoils are coming with an entire pack of shoes with different colour palettes. You can choose from a massive line of adidas stunners to adorn your winter outfits this season.
First of all, let’s take you to FastSoleUK because there’s not enough time for you to overthink. This NASA adidas Ultra BOOST party is already up and running! So, you need to be as fast as possible and grab your money. What other options are there, you ask? Well, for example, Ultra Boost DNA Silver Grey and Royal Blue. However, you better also check the Ultra Boost 20 colourways and the NMD R1 Spectoo as well. Just follow us and get all the updates about this NASA bunch.
In case you are still overthinking, you must stop ASAP! This Ultra BOOST DNA will not wait for you. And on top of that, this colour palette is way too bold for you to miss out on. The pitch-black Primeknit upper body flaunts the stucco shade of Carbon Black on the traditional midfoot cage and the heel. Knitted uppers are flexible and breathable enough so that your feet can stay warm and fresh all at the same time. The black on black silo gets a sassy contrast from the blue NASA logo on the tongue tab. Finally, the Ultra Boost midsole sits underfoot, maximising the responsiveness and energy back comfort.
NASA adidas Ultra BOOST DNA Core Black Carbon hits the select UK and European stores on December 3rd.
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