March 2017 marked a brand new milestone for adidas. Soon after debuting the Iniki Runner, adidas managed to sell most of their stock of the new sneaker that they released. The Iniki Runner is a lifestyle, vintage-inspired silhouette with the extremely comfortable Boost cushioning system that adidas has been incorporating into a number of their classic and hybrid models. The highly popular adidas Boost technology seems to work with everything, and has helped refresh and revamp many of their iconic sneakers. One such example is the adidas Superstar Boost, which recently arrived at retailers in a brand new color that is dubbed “Noble Metal.”
adidas strategy to incorporate Boost technology into almost everything is working quite successfully when compared to the failed hybrid footwear of other brands. While plenty of sneakerheads have definitely become fans of the Iniki Runner, even the Stan Smith Boost and the Superstar Boost have also taken the sneaker community by storm. The adidas Boost technology has become a trend that has been has captivating attentions and has managed to remain at the forefront over the past two years. If not already, the adidas Boost cushioning system technology will soon be at a point where it can be compared to Nike’s Air cushioning technology.
The adidas Superstar is among the brand’s sneaker silhouettes to have received a Boost upgrade in recent times. News about the arrival of this brand new Superstar Boost “Noble Metal” had already begun circulating since the past week or so. Apart from the obvious, sneakerheads are probably wondering if there is anything else that is special about this Superstar Boost iteration, which is indeed the case. For the very first time, its uppers are made up of Primeknit material, dressed up in a Grey hue. Its heel are lined with leather, taped Gold seems has been used for its side Three Stripes, and its toe boxes have a rubber shell.
Considering that the release of this sneaker had already been confirmed somewhere in last week, sneakerheads must have realized that they will not have to wait in order to cop a pair. This adidas Superstar Boost “Noble Metal” has already made its retail debut and it should still be available at a price of $150.
adidas Superstar Boost “Noble Metal”