The adidas Ultra Boost ‘Olympic Medal Pack’ is Available Now

You can currently nab Bronze, Silver, and Gold on the adidas Ultra Boost ‘Olympic Medal Pack’.

What’s ironic about this collection of three sneakers is that the bronze colorway looks the most limited. This sort of makes sense since the third place version won’t likely fly off shelves in large quantities. The gold looks pretty much the same as the bronze, with a black upper and a medal-based heel cup. The silver pair has silver woven into the Primeknit.

An off-white Boost midsole provides some contrast for each colorway, while also relieving the knees of the wearer. That signature Boost technology is known as one of the most comfortable on the sneaker market, while still remaining responsive and durable.

You can pick up any colorway of the adidas Ultra Boost ‘Olympic Medal Pack’ for $200 below.


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  1. Where exactly do you guys think the Ultra Boosts stack up against all of the other top runners?

    I’ve been thinking about buying a pair for ages, but the price puts me off a bit, and I also question the durability of them (mainly the outsole). Those of you that own them, are they worth it in your opinion? How durable is the outsole, and also the upper?

    1. Honestly – comfort and cushion are really good for casual, and I like running in my pair for short distances, but the Energy 2 I have is better for me, so is the Ultraboost ST, especially for anything over 4-5 miles. Haven’t ran in a Nike since the Lunarglide 8, and they were okay, but not tops. The Topo Ultrafly is a new favorite of mine, so is the 361 Strata.

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