The adidas Ultraboost has taken on a number of new shapes, materials, and technologies over the last year, but adidas still has the ability to surprise us. This week, the Three Stripes unveiled a new Ultraboost DNA, swapping the upper with a new ClimaCool knit. 

The adidas Ultraboost has become a canvas for experimentation by the Three Stripes in recent years, acting as a testing ground for merging the brand’s various technologies, testing new materials, and more. This experimentation frequently takes the form of merging past adidas models with the sleek shape of the Ultraboost, creating a new hybrid version blurring the lines between performance and lifestyle. This week, adidas has unveiled another addition to this growing collection that already includes the likes of the Superstar and ZX lines. Now, adidas is recalling the famous ClimaCool 1 silhouette from 2002, adapting the original remarkably breathable upper technology to fit the classic Ultraboost midsole. The result is a sleek, triple-white iteration of the Ultraboost, featuring a knit upper that features plenty of loose-knit, gap-like area to allow air to move freely through the shoes. The cage system features a new TPU overlay to mimic the original ClimaCool 1, while other details like a clear outsole tread and ClimaCool tongue branding complete the look. 


The upcoming adidas Ultraboost DNA CC_1, combining the Ultraboost with the original ClimaCool technology, has been announced for release later this week, on March 1st, 2021. The mashup of famous Three Stripes footwear will be available directly from the Three Stripes website, along with a launch from third-party retailers. Check out the official images below for a better look, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more adidas release news. 

adidas Ultraboost DNA CC_1
Release Date: March 1st, 2021
Price: $180
Color: Cloud White