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Fernando Tatís Jr.’s adidas Ultraboost Celebrates His Family & Home

Luis Torres

adidas continues to celebrate its stars with its ongoing series of collaborative colorways. The Three Stripes and San Diego Padres shortstop Fernando Tatís Jr. teamed up for an all-new adidas Ultraboost 2.0 that celebrates El Niño’s roots and salutes his family’s support.

The colorway draws inspiration from Dominican sunsets as the colorway is built with a midsole that features a glory pink lining and a white rugged outsole. The upper is made up of mesh, and its colorway combines a navy blue with a pulse yellow finish on the adidas logo. Tatís Jr.’s signature logo is embedded in the shoe liner, and a high gloss finish to his signature logo is featured on the sneaker’s tongue.

“Family means everything to me. My parents taught all of us from a young age the mindset that possibilities are endless as long as we put in the work, strive to be a positive influence on those around us, and never forget our Dominican roots,” Tatís Jr. said. “That’s the inspiration behind this collaboration with adidas and Foot Locker, Inc. I hope when people wear these sneakers, they’re inspired to achieve their goals and know that anything is possible.”

The adidas Ultraboost 2.0 “Fernando Tatís Jr.” is available today for $200 exclusively at Foot Locker, Champs Sports, Footaction, and Eastbay.

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