Nobody’s doing footwear-to-cleat crossovers quite as well as adidas right now.
When the Yeezy cleats released back in December, the Internet went nuts. Blogs from the sneaker and sports world (including us) fell all over themselves reporting about the cleats, the subsequent fines players like DeAndre Hopkins received for wearing them, and their release to the public. The Yeezy cleat was a somewhat historic moment, and one of the more interesting occurrences in sneakers during 2016.
But the new Ultra Boost cleats are their superior, both in looks and likely in performance.
They take the all-white (the most popular Ultra Boost color way) Primeknit upper and Boost technology (built into the sockliner) of the infamous Ultra Boost and slap a cleat with their new Razor Frame and Sprint Studs technologies on the outside, so your favorite Adidas-wearing NFL player can catch touchdowns or sack the quarterback in style.
Sure, they’re all white and would be thrashed after one 3-and-out, but just look at them. They’re incredibly clean, just like the shoes that they were designed after. The fusion of sneakers and cleats looks better and better every time, and these just might be the best sneaker/cleat fusion from any brand yet. Will anyone be wearing these in the Super Bowl (we want the Falcons to win, but our money’s on the Patriots if you’re wondering)? We hope so, as we’re in dire need of some on-foot shots.
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