Packer Shoes and adidas Consortium aren’t rookies when it comes to joining forces on a popular adidas model. Today, they surprised dropped a Packer x adidas Consortium Ultra Boost 1.0 that was limited to only 500 pairs.

We know what you’re thinking, but that 500 was not a typo. They really surprise released 500 pairs of the popular runner, so you can only expect how crazy the release went. That limited stock number would be in very high demand for an ordinary sneaker but if you know Packer and adidas Consortium collabs, this is way more than just an ordinary sneaker.

For this edition, the partnership calls upon the Ultra Boost 1.0, the OG. Many fans love the 1.0 but releases are scarce now due to the model being upgraded and tampered with throughout the year, so it is pretty interesting they decided to use the OG silhouette. Three colors shine on the knit upper that is divided into three quadrants. The toe calls upon bright orange, the midfoot is painted in blue, and the heels feature a bright neon yellow. Black laces then match perfectly with the midfoot Three Stripe cage and the heel counter that’s added in for extra support. Finishing it off, an all-white BOOST midsole can be seen on the lower portion and a black Continental outsole is added in on the bottoms for better traction. Overall, regardless of the limited availability, the runner would be a very nice addition to any rotation.


If you’re looking to pick up a pair sadly due to the low availability, they flew off of Packers website. It won’t be long until they pop up on secondary market platforms so keep your eyes open for that if you’re willing to pay above the retail price of $220. Check out pictures of them below, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks as we will keep you updated on any other information regarding Packer shoes x adidas Consortium.

Packer x adidas Consortium Ultra Boost 1.0
Release Date: May 10th, 2019
Price: $220
Color: CBlack/CBlack/SolRed
Style Code: EF1148

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