Brand: adidas, Parley

Model: Ultra Boost Mid

Key Features: Knit construction, sock-like collar, tongue and heel tabs, Boost midsole, rubber outsole

Release Date: February 2018

Price: $220 USD

Buy: adidas

Editor’s Notes: adidas and Parley for the Oceans continue their collaborative efforts, this time on the brand's cage-less Ultra Boost Mid.

We in turn get an early look at the upcoming release, which boasts a predominantly clean white look, accented by Parley's signature blue shade at the heel. The sneaker then welcomes a sock-like collar and of course Boost tooling underneath.

A rumored release for adidas and Parley's new Ultra Boost Mid is scheduled for February.

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