Adidas Ultra Boost 1.0 NCAA Pack has begun mastering the craft of sneaker packs. With multiple Ultra Boost Packs releasing this year alone, another Ultra Boost 1.0 Pack is here that celebrates a couple of NCAA schools. Dropping a total of eight different colorways dedicated to different NCAA schools, the Ultra Boost is set to go on a College GameDay trip from the University of Washington to Arizona State, Texas AM, Univerity of Kentucky, Nebraska University, Louisville University, Indiana University and finally, The University of Miami. Likely set to originally commemorate the NCAA Football season, due to COVID-19 the college football season currently is up in the air but adidas is set to still go through with the Ultra Boost pack so regardless if there is a season or not, you can rock your favorite team on your kicks.
While the Summer is quickly coming to an end, 2020 Jordan Sneaker has a few Summer colorways of the Air Jordan 1 Low to drop just like this new “Chicago” offering. Although the two are on the same side, there’s no doubt that the two silhouettes compete with each other and this is a perfect example of that. Just yesterday we took a look at another Air Jordan 1 Mid in a brand new Chicago theme and now another Air Jordan 1 Low has surfaced sporting a new take to the coveted black, red and white theme.
Seeing the success of the Jordan 2020 Release year has been great. A tonal white midsole and outsole match each other while new “Craft” tongue labels are added in. While the sneaker is a go-to for many due to affordability, and the classic look it brings to the table, Nike has found multiple ways to keep the sneaker interesting even though iterations are surfacing daily. The upper is easily identified as a Craft take due to the tumbled and durable leather design. Set to feature Ridgerock, Black, and White, the leather upper comes decked out in Ridgerock while black leather covers the Nike Swoosh and heels. This rendition falls under the “Craft” category, which is said to make the sneaker a more modern-day effort with different materials and exposed stitching.