We’re damn near 3/4 of the way done with 2016 already (can you believe it?), and through all the ups and downs of the sneaker year, and all the trends that came and went, one shoe that remained steadfastly dope was the Ultra Boost. The new 2.0 version rolled out with a myriad different colors and Continental rubber bottoms for increased durability, making the Ultra Boost one of the hottest shoes of the year.
But as anyone who has owned or currently owns a pair knows, they’re not the most hardy shoes in the world. They are runners after all, and they’re not really designed to take a beating in the winter months. Thankfully, Adidas knows this and has designed an Ultra Boost ATR, a shoe designed for more inclement conditions that.
As you can see above, the Primeknit upper tapers off into a mudguard made of synthetic material that should help keep your feet more dry and cozy than the original variation. ATR stands for All-Terrain Runner too, so you know exactly what you’ll be getting with these bad boys. As of now, they’re only set to release in the two colors you see above, but we wouldn’t be surprised if more colors popped up as fall/winter draws even closer.
These will definitely be finding a place in our rotation this fall, and if you’re an Ultra Boost fan, they should be a part of yours too. Boost technology and a little extra durability to boot? What’s not to love? Yet another great release from Adidas.
What do you think of the Ultra Boost ATR? Are you a fan, or do you prefer the original model? Will these be finding a place in your rotation this fall? Let us know in the comments or on Twitter, check our Facebook page for daily updates, and, as always, be sure to follow us on Instagram for all the fire sneaker pictures you can handle.