In the network there were more leaks associated with the next versions of Adidas Ultra Boost 4.0 Grey Two. This time they relate to the version that is visible in the Static color scheme.From a longer distance, the shoe looks like the other previous releases, but if you look at them you will notice a lot of differences. I would be tempted by the name V3, but earlier these leaks and photos appeared, so I'm a little lost in this matter.It's hard not to notice that adidas is not indifferent to current trends and tries to release things with the times. From the fashion point of view, they are the most pleasant editions, because it is known that OG sneakerheads are difficult to impress with this type of releases. Personally, the "socks" are not so crazy because a few such models have - but these SS2G are really cool.
So we have Adidas Ultra Boost 4.0 Navy Multicolor weave in a whole new way, it comes with different patterns and directions of weaving yarn and its two shades: gray and white. As if that was not enough in the place where we had previously a colored streak with the inscription SPLY-350 now appears transparent or see through the mesh. As for the sole, it seems that it will be similar to the previous ones.The Consortium adidas division has again prepared special editions for us under the slogan Workshop Pack. As a reminder, at the beginning of the year, we had three issues, where it was Crazy 1 A // D, Crazy 8 A // D and Twinstrike A // D. This time adidas prepared two models - Falcon and SS2G - but again there were many changes.
Falcon is a cross-country race from the late '90s, this year a model in the style of these Adidas Sobakov White Gum shoes came out under this name, now we have a version combining the old with the new or elements of old design with uppers and socks. SS2G is of course a reference to the Superstars - and their updated version for the basket. Now adidas has prepared them for the next installment, mixing the panels on the upper even more firmly. Undoubtedly, the edition that is supposed to be part of the "dad shoes" trend.