Alright, with this being one of the initial looks at the adidas Ultra Boost 4.0 at this angle, it's hard to tell what the brand has changed from the 3.0 version of the sneaker. At first glance, you can see a difference in the overall shape of the sneaker, the toe of the sneaker appears to be more rounded, the ankle collar cushioning is a little more present, the synthetic Three Stripe lacing system and heel counter connection appears to cover more space which might be good from a performance aspect. The horizontal Primeknit woven pattern appears to be similar to that of the 3.0 Ultra Boost. Yet, the overall aesthetic of the sneaker has carved its way into sneaker history and remains pretty much the same as the other three versions of the kicks. This particular 'Footwear White' colorway will see the light of day come December of this year. The nearly monochromatic kicks feature all the bells and whistles we've become accustomed to, the heel counter, lacing system, sock-esque ankle collar, and Boost-infused midsole are all there and will fly off the shelves as soon as they touch down in stores. But what we want to know is your thoughts on the kicks... Are you feeling this initial look at the adidas Ultra Boost 4.0? Let us know in the comments.