Black Friday deals are hitting the webs and it’s safe to say we’re stoked. From tech to Huckberry, and everything in between, there’s sales and discounts galore across the internet. Of course, Amazon is already proving itself as the gift that keeps on giving, with deals galore, and luckily for you there are some fantastic deals to be had on Adidas apparel and running shoes.
Take, for instance, the Adidas Ultraboost 22, which is marked down to the lowest price we’ve ever seen, up to 50 percent off retail in select color ways (luckily it’s a good amount of them). The deal isn’t guaranteed to last until Black Friday (November 25 if you haven’t marked your calendar yet) and you’ll want to place that order ASAP. The Ultraboost is one of the most popular runners on the market and rarely goes on sale with this steep of a discount.
A popular choice for athletes, the Ultraboost 22 is known for the Linear Energy Push system—which gives you that extra boost you’re looking for during a workout, just as the name implies—and a Continental rubber outsole for superior traction. You’ll love the way the sneaker fits to support your whole body, helping you feel your best, no matter how you exercise. Plus, they are made from (at least) 50 percent Parley Ocean Plastic, meaning that the shoe’s upper structure is woven with yarn created from plastic waste found in our oceans—a win-win for you and the planet.
The comfortable ride, supportive soles and 28 different color combos make these shoes a no brainer for your fitness lineup. There’s an Ultraboost 22 to match almost anyone’s personal style. But if the Ultraboost isn’t your thing, check out these other amazing Amazon deals on clothing, shoe, and accessories. to update your wardrobe and gym wear.
Emily Rochotte is a freelance writer and social media manager covering lifestyle, travel and wedding content.
Ellen McAlpine is a commerce editor and writer at Hearst Magazines, covering tech, fitness, lifestyle, and beyond. In her time as a writer, she’s covered everything from top tech items like running watches and ring lights to phone cases and beauty tools.
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