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If you missed out on the debut of the Busenitz Pure Boost last December, fear not: adidas has finally brought back the silhouette. A mash-up of Dennis Busenitz’s signature Copa Mundial-inspired kicks and the Three Stripes flagship Boost cushioning technology, the latest take on the hybrid comes in a combination of grey and black while eschewing the shoe’s original suede construction in favor of breathable mesh for the summer months ahead.

Retailing for $130 USD, the clean look is available now from Sneaker Politics while supplies last.

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