The adidas Ultra Boost has grown to become one of the brand’s most popular franchises in recent years. Following the re-release of the “Red Gradient” and “Mint” pairs, the legendary “Grey Gradient” has now surfaced online for release soon.

Last month, adidas surprised the sneaker community with a secret restock of the “Multicolor” Ultra Boost 2.0 LTD. While news of several original UB colorways making a return has already been changing hands this year, the reemergence of the 2.0 pattern caught many off guard. Now, it appears that the second installment in the Ultra Boost franchise is going all out, dropping in every seminal colorway from 2016. This week, another fan-favorite color scheme has surfaced on adidas’ release calendar, showing the “Grey Gradient” 2.0 Ultra Boost releasing early in December. Just like its original release, this pair features a largely black Primeknit upper, segmented into a light gradient in the toe box. The laces and heel cup will come in grey as well, just like their original.


The latest entries in adidas’ Ultra Boost Unvaulted series have been scheduled to release on December 6th, 2018. The “Grey Gradient” colorway will release from both adidas and select retailers for their original $180 price tag. Check out the official images below for a better look, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more adidas Ultra Boost release news.

adidas Ultra Boost 2.0 “Gradient” 
Release Date: December 6th, 2018
Price: $180
Color: Core Black/Core Black/Grey
Style Code: AF5141