The second iteration of the Solebox and Packer Shoes Consortium Pack is the adidas Energy Boost S.E. We previously took a look at the UltraBOOOST Mid, but today we’ll unbox and deconstruct the “EB”. Both retailers along with adidas put a ton of thought and attention to detail into this Sneaker Exchange drop. If you enjoy the video, please hit that thumbs up and don’t forget to Subscribe to the channel on your way out!
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James Parker

May 15, 2020

I just ordered both the Energy boost and Ultraboost Mid from the collection from StockX yesterday, I'll have them by May 19th, I'm so hyped to be getting them.

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Bloody_ Tea

May 15, 2020

Such a beautiful pair of shoes, shame I didn’t pay attention on energy boost at that time….

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Jake Stripe

May 15, 2020

Just bought these today from a killer deal, this is a great in depth review. Good camera quality too, you know your stuff.

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135Pandemonium

May 15, 2020

Do you think this is a good purchase for running vs a standard energy boost?

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Ricky P

May 15, 2020

I've been debating on these shoes for a while now cause I wasn't sure how they'd look on feet. Your on feet footage sold me on these shoes. Great video man! you've got a new sub

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Zackery Basinski

May 15, 2020

Do these fit wider or similar to the Ultra Boosts?

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GalaxyNexus1

May 15, 2020

Arjay my man. Love the detailed shots you gave these and all your review subjects. Again, definitely the best from this pack. True they are snug, I'd say go 1/2 sz up. I tried them on in-store before buying and my true to size was too tight, and I could get away with 1/2 sz down if I took out the insole but I didn't like the way they felt without it. Unfortunately for me, they don't make them in 1/2 sz up from my size so I got a full sz up which is too big, and gonna rock them with a thicker Dr Scholl's insole. Color on these are sick. The Kanye's and these aren't Dad Shoes it's just the Run Through Times. Lol. Because of the colorway. Keep up the good work. And I see you with that last little touch/reveal at the end. Very nice bro.

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Lissette St Denis

May 15, 2020

I love the Energy Boost. I copped the Run thru Times pair for $80 shipped. Super comfortable, great look and hella slept on. I’m a cop these when they go on sale, I just copped the Ultra Boost mids cuz I preferred those, but not much more then these. These are also fire.

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Slow-wipe

May 15, 2020

Cool dad mode engaged

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The Nature Boy

May 15, 2020

SE is Sneakers Exchange. From an article released in 2016 before they started the program (because I'm terrible at explaining things and this does it pretty simply)

"Adidas Consortium is launching its new Sneaker Exchange concept in late January. The program pairs up two different adidas retailers, each of which will co-design two pairs of limited-edition sneakers."

The two shoes for this particular SE Consortium release are the Packer x Solebox Energy Boost as well as the Packer x Solebox Ultra Boost Mid.

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ys siu

May 15, 2020

crop some asics gel lyte iii,V / new balance 998/7, they look dope on feet

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Raymond Mendoza

May 15, 2020

🤙🏽like the shoes ,look like they are very “comfy”🤙🏽

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apb 1of1

May 15, 2020

Damn bro, now I have to pick up the energy boost. Look slick with jeans also..Cant believe the details on this pack….sidenote..even the candy cane lacetips (imo) have meaning..dont know if this is fact but they look exactly like deep sea ocean buoys..The ones that detect rapid changes in ocean activity like after seismic events(earthquakes etc) to give warning for tidal waves etc.. just my opinion but it seems to fit with the overall concept of the shoe..be easy man..

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Jack is Here

May 15, 2020

great review man, these look awesome

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