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The Adidas Ultimafusion is a low-top, running-inspired sneaker built with a stretchable sock-like upper that gives the foot snug, breathable, and non-restrictive fit. It is laceless, but pull tabs are placed on the heel and tongue for easy slip on and off. Overall support is minimal.

The Ultimafusion is made exclusively in women’s sizing.

Clean, minimal, and stylish – that is the Adidas Ultimafusion shoe, a women-exclusive low-top from the Three Stripes brand. Its overall look is a fusion of sporty and casual, which makes it an ideal pair to wear for a day full of errands, a light workout activity, travel, or anything that requires your trusted pair of comfy kicks in which your feet will thank you for at the end of the day. It is easy to wear and style. You can wear it with shorts or jeans for a casual day out, with leggings for a sporty touch, or with skirts and dresses for a more feminine look. 

The Adidas women’s Ultimafusion sneakers are available in a myriad of colorways so you won’t have difficulty finding a pair that suits your style best. Below are some of these:

                       Adidas Ultimafusion “White” (Cloud White/ Cloud White/ Core Black)

This low-top features a two-toned white and gray soft mesh upper with contrasting white collar, tongue pull tab, Three Stripes side reinforcements, and sole unit. The heel pull tab and heel stabilizer come in solid black color.

                       Adidas Ultimafusion “Red” or “Burgundy” (Maroon/ Ice Purple/ Cloud White)

For this colorway, the upper dons a three-toned premium mesh. The sole unit also comes in a clean white color that matches the signature Three Stripes reinforcements to the sides. The elastic collar and pull tabs come in a complementing maroon hue. 

                       Adidas Ultimafusion “Black” (Core Black/ Carbon/ Core Black)

The laceless, slip-on Adidas women’s Ultimafusion sneakers also come in a versatile black color scheme. This shoe features a soft mesh upper in black accentuated with carbon-hued Three Stripes and heel stabilizer. Contrasting the sleek upper is a classic white sole unit.

                       Adidas Ultimafusion “Turquoise” (Hi-Res Aqua/ Hi-Res Aqua/ Black)

Joining the list of blue Adidas sneakers is the “Turquoise” colorway of the Adidas Essensials Ultimafusion shoes (aka Adidas NEO or Adidas Originals Ultimafusion). It features a two-toned black and vibrant turquoise or aqua mesh upper that gives not just ultimate comfort and breathability but also an edgy style. Sealing off the look is a black collar, Three Stripes branding, heel stabilizer, and heel and tongue loop tabs. Like other Ultimafusion Adidas shoes, this one also sits on a classic white Cloudfoam midsole for all-day comfort and a no-fail flair.

These women’s Adidas low-tops boast a clean and minimal design that can primarily be attributed to its sock-like soft mesh upper. Although possessing a minimal aesthetic, the Adidas Ultimafusion is supported with one of the brand’s top-notch technologies –Cloudfoam midsole with Memory Foam sockliners. The Adidas Cloudfoam is an underfoot cushioning technology utilizing a newly developed EVA compound in the midsole for shock absorption.

Adidas is an established footwear brand that has a significant share of popular, high selling, and successful sneaker models in the lifestyle footwear market. The brand is known for stylish, comfortable and innovative Adidas sneakers that it has been continuously producing throughout the years.

Adidas is otherwise referred to as the Three Stripes brand because of its signature Three Stripes logo found on almost all its product. It was founded by Adi Dassler on August 18, 1949, after his controversial falling out with brother Rudolf "Rudi" Dassler who then subsequently established Adidas' long-time rival Puma. Before forming their own companies, the Dassler brothers founded the Gebrüder Dassler Schuhfabrik or Dassler Brothers Shoe Factory in Germany in 1924.

Contrary to its massive amount of worldwide workforce today, Adidas started with only 47 employees. The same day it was founded was also the day that the first Three Stripes Adidas shoe made a historic debut to the athletic footwear market. From the first Three Stripes shoe to today’s wide selection of Adidas sneakers, the brand proves that its decades-long relevance in the footwear industry is here to stay.

One vital factor that brings success to the brand up to this day is innovation. The Three Stripes products, including sneakers, are equipped with Adidas technologies that improve their overall performance, functionality, and even aesthetics.

The Adidas Cloudfoam is one of the many sneaker technologies developed by the German brand. It is an underfoot cushioning technology that allows optimum comfort. It was first used in midsoles but was later on expanded into sockliners for other footwear products.  

One Adidas shoe model that features the Cloudfoam technology is the Adidas Ultimafusion. It is designed specifically for the ladies with a cleatie-like construction, low-top profile, stretchable mesh or knit upper, and Memory Foam insoles. Some of the colorways released include “Hi-Res Aqua / Core Black / Core Black,” “Cloud White / Cloud White / Core Black,” and “Core Black / Carbon / Core Black.”

  • The Adidas women’s Ultimafusion sneakers feature textured outsoles for optimum traction.
  • Soft textile lining provides additional comfort.
  • The classic Adidas Three Stripes branding is displayed on the sides, while the Adidas text brandings are on the tongue and heel pull tabs.


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