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Constructed with a Primeknit upper, one can guarantee real comfort and breathability with the Adidas Packer x UltraBoost 1.0 OG. The lace-up fastening system gives one the preference to adjust the laces to a more personalized and secure fit. 

This pair is made available in men’s sizing only. It is recommended to go one’s usual size. Half sizes are also offered for this shoe so for those who are more comfortable with going that extra half size up, one can choose to do so. 

Adidas Consortium and Packer shoes have made a collaboration and have joined forces to revamp a popular Three-Stripes model. The Ultraboost 1.0 OG Packer sneaker is the combination of the three previous colorways of the Adidas UltraBoost. Although the shoe is the creative outcome of the Packer and Adidas collab, the original knit patterns and materials were still carried over from the OG models. 

It took inspiration from the bright hues of the three original colorways that launched the silhouette back in 2015. The knit upper is divided into three quadrants, starting with the toe box that calls upon a bright orange, the midfoot is painted in purple while the tongue is blue and the bright neon yellow heels. Since these performance shoes are very stylish, it’s totally a no-brainer to style them. Casual and sporty pieces can be worn with these kicks. For a casual outfit, one can wear the shoes with jeans, baggy pants, sweat pants or even cargo shorts and are topped with plain-colored or oversized shirts, flannel pieces and three-fourth sleeve shirts. As for a sporty ensemble, any gym outfit can go well with this colorful UltraBoost 1.0 OG. 

This multicolor UltraBoost 1.0 OG Packer sneakers finds inspiration from the three leadoff UltraBoost colorways that first started the UltraBoost phenomenon in 2015. Featuring the silhouette’s original UltraBoost Primeknit pattern, which numerous sneaker fans believe to be the best knit pattern, breathability and comfort is guaranteed.

With a Three Stripe midfoot cage that is connected to the laces and a heel counter, extra support and improved stability are added. An all-white, energy-filled Boost midsole, which offers a smooth and responsive ride, can be seen on the lower portion of the shoes. To finish off the shoe’s whole look, the Continental rubber outsole provides better traction. 

In August 1949, Adolf “Adi’ Dassler named his new company Adidas (originally it was in lowercase) after his nickname Adi and his last name Dassler. So Adi Dassler became Adidas and registered the “Adi Dassler Adidas Sportschuhfabrik”. He then set to work with 47 employees in the small town of Herzogenaurach.

In the same year, he registered a shoe that included the registration of the soon-to-become-famous Adidas 3-Stripes. Made famous in the victory of the German team in the World Cup, the “miracle of Berlin'' and Jesse Owen’s winning gold medals, the Three-Stripe brand has become globally known. 

Many of the shoes that this German sportswear giant have released were all anticipated by many and had various ways to drop a release. However, the Adidas Consortium and Packer collaboration had no marketing, no media frenzy, just an old-school drop that appeared on the retailer’s website and in-store before selling out the limited edition Adidas Packer x UltraBoost 1.0 OG.

For this edition, the partnership calls upon the Ultra Boost 1.0, the OG. The throwback colorway is only part of the package, as Packer introduced the shoes to the public without calling any attention to the launch in a way that took cues from pre-internet sneaker releases.

  • The Packer x Adidas Consortium Ultra Boost 1.0 OG drop was limited to only 500 pairs.
  • Back to the days before social media, the collaboration was an homage to the days gone by wherein one can just go to the store and be surprised with a new shoe on the shelf.

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Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny is a sports nut with a particular interest in football and running. He loves to watch sports as much as he loves to play. Danny was lead researcher on RunRepeat and The PFA’s report into Racial Bias in Football Commentary. His football and running research has been featured in The Guardian, BBC, New York Times and Washington Post.