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The low-top Adidas Ultra Boost Undefeated is a unisex pair offered in men’s sizing. This lace-up sneaker uses the conventional lacing system anchored on the TPU cage to provide its wearers an adjustable fit. The fit counter molded heel counter, meanwhile, provides lockdown feel, suitable for long or short distance running.

Meanwhile, the well-cushioned upper is seated atop on the full-length Boost midsole that provides responsive cushioning to its wearers. The lightweight and breathable Primeknit upper stretches accordingly to avoid rubbing or irritating the skin.

Although this kick displays running-inspired features, the Adidas Ultraboost UNDFTD for men does not disappoint in the fashion category. The Primeknit upper provides a lightweight and breathable upper while delivering a sleek and stylish look. The full-length Boost midsole, also, adds luxurious appeal while enhancing the overall comfort.

Adidas offers this in core black, clear onyx, blackout, and stars and stripes colorways. To style this, the Adidas Ultra Boost UNDFTD looks fashionable on feet when paired with any relaxed attire, such as ripped jeans, oversized pants, skinnies, shorts, or joggers, all look stylish when paired with this sporty sneaker. For a bolder look, some can also be spotted strutting this sneaker with their suit to add a cozy and sporty touch to their formal ensemble.

The Adidas Ultraboost 1.0 Undefeated sneakers display the look that is more premium and lifestyle-focused details, as compared to its predecessors. Its upper is made with the breathable Primeknit, tweaked with a pattern to make it more modern and stylish. 

Another version of this collab is the blackout colorway that has Primeknit upper has the oversized Undefeated logo that runs across the midfoot. The stars and stripes colorway, meanwhile, has a rear pull tab with the American flag, and the 5Strikes logo is printed on the forefoot on both pairs in mismatched red and blue hues.

The Adidas Ultra Boost was launched in 2015, as a premium running footwear both for men and women. This footwear quickly tagged as the most popular silhouettes in Adidas’ arsenal, as many runners love its overall comfort and style. This sneaker is packed with modern materials, such as a Primeknit upper and full-length Boost technology on its midsole that provides responsive cushioning.

Since it was unveiled, Adidas reworked the Ultraboost into equally fashionable, comfortable, and durable variations and collaborations almost every year. In 2018, the Three Stripes decided to release a complete overhaul of the silhouette, releasing the Ultra Boost 19 and Ultra Boost 20, which were heavily designed to function as performance footwear. 

With the release of the UB 19 and 20, some fanatics were alienated from its futuristic look. The majority still longed for the classic look of the original UltraBoost, which later gave the brand the idea of tweaking the original look into modernized variation. 

In the middle of 2018, Adidas launched another collaborative project with the LA fashion brand called UNDFTD. The Adidas Ultraboost Undefeated sneaker is a sneaker that features the stretchy Primeknit upper that adapts to the feet comfortably. The entire upper is resting on top of the ultra-responsive Boost cushioning to provide its wearers an energized ride.

  • Adidas Ultra Boost Undefeated is made of Continental rubber on its outsole that adapts to the shape of the foot to provide reliable traction and grip.
  • The Stabilizing Torsion System of this sneaker provides support on foot during the natural heel to midfoot transition when running.


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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.