This new variation will hit shelves in early 2018.
Adidas has just revealed it's newest addition to the UltraBOOST Laceless family of sneakers in a new, "triple-black" colour way. These laceless designs were first revealed earlier this year, and have been a hit since their introduction this past summer.
Adidas is updating its sneaker game to include one of the year's most popular colour preferences, the "triple-black" palette, which is a subtle variation on the timeless darker hue. The shoe features a Primeknit upper, which sports tonal black detailing on the heel collar and ankle, effortless matching the mid and outsoles.
Upper ribbed knitting helps keep the foot in place while in motion, while the BOOST midsole provides extra cushioning for extreme comfort. In addition, a Continental outsole will give extra grip to the shoe, allowing them to have the same functionality and durability as the laced version of the UltraBOOST.
While there is no official word on the exact release date, Hypebeast expects that these may drop sometime in January 2018.
Adidas has been updating their laceless UltraBOOST colorways quite frequently, as the company recently released the shoe in a black/white and legend ink variation for men, as well as ash pearl and black options in November.
Just yesterday, images of the latest "Sesame" Yeezy hit the internet for all to see, showing that Adidas is going to have a strong arsenal of sneakers at their disposal come 2018.