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adidas Ultra Boost Uncaged "Multi Color"


Keeping it simple and sweet, adidas returns with a "Multi Color" version of the Ultra Boost Uncaged, but not in the way that you think. Here, a woven Primeknit upper in Core Black features subtle speckles of rainbow coloring throughout the silhouette. Matte black caging on the heel appears with chrome 'Ultra Boost' branding and bi-colored lace tips account for the details. A white Boost midsole and a black Continental outsole completes the look.


Stadium Goods Link: adidas Ultra Boost Uncaged "Multi Color"

Style: BB4486
Colors: Black/Multi-Color
Release Date: February 1, 2017

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Air Jordan 8 Retro "Alternate"

With 30+ years of history in its repertoire, and more years to come, the most revered Air Jordans are still the OG colorways. Jordan Brand turns that concept on its ear with the "Alternate" collection, which asks every sneaker head the existential question "What if?"

Essentially, the collection brings newly masterminded Chicago Bulls-centric colorways (no love for the Washington Wizards?) to iconic Air Jordan silhouettes with the understanding that Michael Jordan never wore them, but very well could have.

The first "Alternate" release of 2017 occupies the Air Jordan 8 model. At first glance, the design resembles the Bugs Bunny shoe. However, the upper on this version is all white leather, with tiny perforations appearing on the dual cross straps. Hints of black appear on the tongue, inner lining, the velcro straps, and midsole. Gym Red and Wolf Grey accents complete the look.


Stadium Goods Link: Air Jordan 8 Retro "Alternate"

Style: 305381 104
Colors: White/Gym Red-Black-Wolf Grey
Release Date: February 25, 2017

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adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 "Zebra"

Eccentric. Innovative. Game-changing. Each of these terms describe Kanye West, and from a cultural perspective, his adidas Yeezy Boost line follows suit. However, the design aspect sneaker has been laser focused on form, functionality, and aesthetic as opposed to the audaciousness that's gone to define the Grammy Award winning producer-rapper's career.

But that changes now.

To kick off 2017, adidas delivers the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 in a "Zebra" colorway. Released just a few weeks after the "Black Red" colorway, this shoe sports a White and Core Black looks that's woven throughout the Primeknit upper with slip-on sock-like construction. The "SPLY-350" messaging appears in Red on the white painted side panel stripe. A TPU midsole covers the Boost cushioning, to complete the design.

From a release standpoint, the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 was extremely limited, with pairs only being available directly from adidas and one other major retailer.


Stadium Goods Link: adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 "Zebra"

Style: CP9654
Colors: White/Core Black-Red
Release Date: February 25, 2017

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Air Jordan Kobe Pack

On April 13, 2016, the world watched as Kobe Bryant stepped on the Staples Center floor for his final NBA game against the Utah Jazz. In typical Black Mamba fashion, he ended the game with 60 points (the most scored by any player during the 2015-2016 season) and a win. It was the perfect ending for the storied career of one of the greatest to ever play the game.

All eyes were on The Bean, as his farewell tour made news the entire season. He received his proverbial flowers while he could still smell them those who clamored to his games the entire season, from fans to fellow players to legends like his greatest inspiration Michael Jordan.

Off the court, Jordan Brand paid tribute to Bryant with the Air Jordan Kobe Pack, comprised of shoes 1-30 in two sets: a monochromatic white option and a black version. The lone deviation from solid colorways appear on the Air Jordan 3 and Air Jordan 8 silhouettes, which feature purple and gold Los Angeles Lakers-inspired accents.

Sneaker heads could bid on eBay for a chance to own the premium collection. Bidding started at $100K, and closed at $240K. Yes, you read that right. Here, we highlight the white AJ 3 and AJ 8.


Stadium Goods Link: Air Jordan Kobe Pack

Style: 313227 161
Release Date: N/A

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adidas ACE 16+ Purecontrol Ultra Boost "Royal"

Primeknit technology has carried a number of popular adidas silhouettes well into the future. That includes the soccer-inspired ACE 16+ Purecontrol, a modified version of the Ultra Boost featuring sock-like construction.

So far, the folks at adidas have released just a handful of Purecontrol colorways, with a select few being as vibrant as this blue version. Accented by hints of Shock Pink on the pull tab and heel, as well as a segment of the white Boost midsole, a majority of this model is pretty uniform. A black Continental outsole completes the look.


Stadium Goods Link: adidas ACE 16+ Purecontrol Ultra Boost "Royal"

Style: BY9090
Colors: Blue/Shock Pink
Release Date: N/A

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kolor x adidas Ultra Boost

Japan-based brand kolor's batting average is astounding when collaborating with adidas. Having showed a preference for the Ultra Boost in the past, the duo take an, "if it isn't broken, don't fix it", approach to their latest creation.

The kolor x adidas Ultra Boost Pack features a standard version of the sneaker and an Uncaged model for this Japan exclusive. (There's no word on a stateside wide release just yet, though a few pair were sold unannounced at the adidas NYC flagship.) Focusing on the former, the two brands created an Ultra Boost with a woven Primeknit upper as its base. The "Gold Medal" heel cage finds its way on the design, as it's complimented by matte caging in teal on the mid-panel. Solar Red on the Continental rubberized outsole unit is an eye-catching touch. Yellow inner lining completes the "What The" mismatched look.


Stadium Goods Link: kolor x adidas Ultra Boost

Style: AH1485
Release Date: February 17, 2017 (Japan)

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Nike Air Force 1 High "BHM" QS (2017)

A marble motif defines the 2017 Nike Black History Month collection, but there's perhaps no shoe in the bunch that incorporates the design like the Air Force 1 High "BHM".

An all black premium nubuck serves as the base, accented by bold, yet just, "EQUALITY" text in Metallic Gold on the ankle straps. Proper "BHM" branding appears on the tongue in a matching gold hue. The marbled look covers the midsole in its entirety, completing the Air Force 1 High in a way that warrants a spot on a museum shelf.


Stadium Goods Link: Nike Air Force 1 High "BHM" QS (2017)

Style: 920787 001
Colors: Black/Metallic Gold/White/Black
Release Date: February 16, 2017

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adidas Ultra Boost 3.0 "Triple Black"

At this point, the "Triple Black" colorway can be seen as a right of passage for an adidas shoes, a testament to just how hot it is among the people. A silhouette isn't truly official until a murdered-out version releases.

Enter the Ultra Boost 3.0 in "Triple Black", the latest iteration of the revamped Ultra Boost, featuring a thicker woven Primeknit upper for comfort and support. The monochromatic shoe is accented by a painted midsole, lighter shade of grey on the strings and translucent caging.

The beauty of the Ultra Boost 3.0 in "Triple Black" is in the endless possibilities for dressing it up or wearing it casually. It's designed is so even keeled that it's power is totally applicable to the wearer.


Stadium Goods Link: adidas Ultra Boost 3.0 "Triple Black"

Style: BA8920
Release Date: March 1, 2017

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Supreme Swags Out NYC's MTA Metro Card

History suggests that it's best to expect the unexpected from streetwear behemoth Supreme, especially on the collaborative front. Having created product with brands ranging from Nike to Everlast to Brooklyn Machine Works, the house that James Jebbia built ups the ante in 2017 by delivering something all of New York City can appreciate: a branded MetroCard.

For context, a MetroCard is a refillable smart card that MTA customers can use to ride its various modes of public transportation (bus, train, shuttle, etc.). The familiar red and white Supreme branding appears on backside of the proverbial "key to the city". And the card actually comes pre-loaded with two rides, so you know it's real.


Stadium Goods Link: Supreme x MTA MetroCard

Style: SU1518
Release Date: N/A

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ACRONYM x NikeLab Air Force 1 Downtown Hi SP

ACRONYM is in a class of its own when creating products with technical functionality, whether it be their own releases or forward-thinking collaborations. Some of the best examples of the latter were created with Nike–namely their work on the iconic Air Force 1.

The two brands reconnect in 2017 via the ACRONYM x NikeLab Air Force 1 Downtown Hi SP, a model amended with a high-cut boot design constructed with nylon and sporting a brass zip-up unit. A German mil-spec fastener (an ankle strap secured by a buckle) provides stability. Pleated paneling adds to the shoe's futuristic aesthetic.

During a discussion panel at NikeLab 21 Mercer in SoHo, New York City, ACRONYM's Errolson Hugh revealed that the Air Force 1 Downtown design had been completed back in March 2013.

The ACRONYM x NikeLab Air Force 1 Downtown Hi SP released in a trio of colorways, including this version in Black, White, and Medium Olive.


Stadium Goods Link: ACRONYM x NikeLab Air Force 1 Downtown Hi SP

Style: 649941 001
Colors: Black/White-Medium Olive
Release Date: February 8, 2017

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