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Started by talosion, 2018/03/01 03:47AM
Latest post: 2018/03/01 03:47AM, Views: 69, Posts: 1
Show Your Stripes
#1   2018/03/01 03:47AM
Show Your Stripes

Adidas has turned to Karlie Kloss to talk training tips and fitness goals. The model is a brand partner, starring in a number of ad campaigns, including the fall ’16 ad campaign for Adidas by Stella McCartney.

Kloss was interviewed by Adidas adidas ultra boostabout fitness for a post in the Training Hub section of its website. Read on to find out why she prefers circuit training and what she considers a breakthrough moment in training. (For the full segment, check out

The adidas Ultra Boost line is the perfect personification of the phrase “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” as the fourth installment of the globally popular design doesn’t stray too far from what made it the sensation it is today. The adidas Ultra Boost 4.0 features a slightly updated Primeknit upper that is featured here in a “Core White” color scheme that is only broken up by the black Continental outsole. All of the Black Friday sneaker craze will be over when these hit and other retailers on November 30th.

Three upcoming colorways of the adidas Ultra Boost adidas training 4.0 will blend their modern technology and construction with classic adidas style. The Ultra Boost 4.0 “Show Your Stripes” Pack will feature three new colorways that each prominently display the three stripes that have become inseparable from adidas. The three colorways, Tech Ink, Core Black and Cloud White, all feature additional detailing that overlays the three pieces of the cage on the upper. The new additions to the shoe’s cage help emphasize the presence of adidas’ signature three stripe branding, which would clearly be a goal of this pack, judging by its name. The pack is anticipated to be released sometime in August of 2018, so there is still plenty of time to decide whether these will be cop-worthy. Check out the photos below to help you make that decision and stay tuned to Sneaker News for the latest release details.

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