Most brands unveil new builds of their flagship runners that are designed to handle the dropping temperatures, rain, and ice fall and winter bring. But the UltraBoost All Terrain, adidas’ latest, will cost you.
The men’s UltraBoost All Terrain and the women’s UltraBoost X All Terrain have been updated with splash water-repellent Primeknit uppers constructed from moisture-repellent yarns, Continental Stretchweb outsoles for better grip, and All Terrain LUX traction that should keep you stable when running in rain or mud.
Additional details include increased ankle height for warmth and reflective details for visibility at night.
The fall and winter-ready UltraBoost All Terrain and UltraBoost X All Terrain will cost you $220 each ($240 for LTD colorways). Six colorways — dark burgundy, grey, core black, black, khaki and green night — are coming for men while only two colorways are coming for women — mystery ruby and core black.
Both silhouettes will be available beginning September 21 at adidas.com and retailers nationwide.
“The autumnal weather can be unpredictable and as a result it took us longer than usual to develop these products,” said Stephan Schneider of adidas Running in a statement. “Extensive testing ensured that each design element offers protection and uncompromised comfort in any condition. We specifically focused on increasing the ankle height in order to protect and create a smoother movement from the leg into the foot with each stride.”
Will you be picking up the UltraBoost All Terrain for your fall and winter runs, or grabbing last year’s UltraBoost ATR on sale somewhere? Let us know.