In a rare move, the Adidas brand is releasing a pair of hiking boots in Scottsdale for the first time in almost 30 years.

    The Adidas Treetops (S1) are priced at $180 US, which is a little steep for an all-black shoe, but the company is giving the boot a lot of love.

    The shoes are meant to go toe-to-toe with the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 Boost and are part of the company’s “Adidas Ultra Boost” series.

    The adidas UltraBoost series is a collection of premium, limited edition sneakers that are designed to give players a boost of energy and performance while boosting their performance in a sport they’re already passionate about.

    The footwear are meant for people who want to get into the gym, go for a run, or even just run a few miles.

    The Treetop (S2) is also in the UltraBoost collection and has a more comfortable fit.

    The shoe comes in three colors: Navy Blue, Midnight Grey, and Navy Blue.

    Adidas also announced a partnership with the New York City subway system, which will offer a free shuttle service between the city’s two subway stations. 

    This is just the first step for the new “Adicadidas Ultra” series of shoes.

    The brand plans to release more shoes in the coming months, including shoes in different colors, and it plans to debut them on the market later this year.

    The company will also start shipping sneakers in 2019, which means these sneakers are coming sooner than they ever would have.

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