adidas Hoops is set to release the next iteration of their Marquee Boost model for its 2019 lineup. Lets take a first look at the adidas Marquee Boost 2.
While the adidas Marquee Boost sported a classic, retro-feeling silhouette, its second model looks to be even less streamline this time around, with multiple layers of raw materials.
Both mid and low cut looks have surfaced, with both builds looking to come featured with a mixture of raw materials, ranging from a basic textile mesh upper. The lows come equipped with a multitude of leather paneling at the forefoot, with one panel strikingly placed right where the natural flex of the shoe would be. An inner bootie system with a standard lacing enclosure seems to be featured with this model, something its predecessor model did not feature.
The only major difference from the mid cuts is that they look to arrive with the higher cut, very obviously, but additionally sport a velcro strap around your ankle, ditching the look the original Marquee Boost featured. Otherwise, full length Boost makes its way back, and so does the familiar lateral TPU caging. For some reason whenever big leaks like these come out, the images always arrive in the grainiest and most potato quality we can get.
No word on a release date for the adidas Marquee Boost 2 quite yet.
No word on a release date for the adidas Marquee Boost 2 quite yet. If we take into account the early Winter release its predecessor had, we should look to expect a Winter 2019 release for these. Be sure to share your thoughts on these below, and keep it locked here as updates come out regarding the adidas Marquee Boost 2, as you’ll likely see it here first. Be sure to share your thoughts on these below, and keep it locked here as updates come out regarding the adidas Marquee Boost 2, as you’ll likely see it here first.
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