It’s been a while, but my most recent Adidas Ultraboost pickup is the DNA 1.0 pair inspired by the ZX 8000 “Aqua”. These released alongside two other colourways which drew inspiration from similarly iconic ZX shoes. Covered in a light aqua coloured Primeknit, the sneaker sits atop the signature Boost midsole while channeling the vibe of the legendary late-80s runner.
Releasing last week, the Adidas Yeezy Boost 700 returned in a bright, bold “Sun” colourway. Looking like a yellowed-out version of the original Wave Runner pair, these incorporate vibrant tones including yellow and orange for a very eye catching look. Check out my review and let me know down below how you feel about them!
Pharrell Williams and Adidas are back with another drop of the Hu NMD. My latest review covers the “Dash Green” colourway, which features an open mesh upper with Korean characters along with a vintage looking painted Boost midsole. Check out my video for a closer look and a big thanks to Adidas Canada for sending me this pair!
Adidas Canada hooked me up with the new ZX 2K Boost model! Inspired by the ZX runners from their past catalogue, these incorporate a modern day upgrade – most notably by including a full length Boost midsole. Check out my detailed review to learn more and share your thoughts on these down below! Is this a cop or a drop for you?
Pharrell Williams’ Hu NMD recently returned after a brief hiatus with the “Extra Eye” colourway! Bringing back the OG sole instead of the trail version we’ve been seeing a lot more in recent releases, these incorporate a three-tone Primeknit upper, a thick Boost midsole and the usual PW x Adidas branding throughout. Watch my video and share your thoughts on these down below!
In my latest video, I’m giving you guys an early look at the upcoming Adidas x Pharrell Williams 0 to 60 in the “White / Royal” colourway. This basketball shoe takes the tooling from the Crazy Boost You Wear 2.0, incorporating a Boost midsole, but with a retro 90s inspired
The Adidas Yeezy QNTM released its second colourway in late June with the release of the “Barium” pair. Meant to be worn on both the basketball court or on the streets, these are a new Yeezy silhouette that still incorporates Adidas’ beloved Boost cushioning technology. Watch my review for an in-depth look to learn more and share your opinions of these down below!
The latest Yeezy Boost 380 to drop finally landed in late-March with the “Mist” colourway! Similar to the “Alien” pair that debuted a few months back, this one has a warmer, beige-based Primeknit upper with hits of grey, blue and brown to accent it! Check out my in-depth review for a closer look and let me know how you feel about these down below!
I got my hands on a pair of insoles from Hefe Luxx – which is constructed out of ETPU, the same material as Adidas Boost! Check out my review to learn more about them and to hear my thoughts on how they perform!
Grab both styles at Hefe Luxx at https://hefeluxx.com/collections/insole and visit them on Instagram at @hefeluxx