The Drop-FrontåÊSneaker CasesåÊare translucent and fully transparent from the front to let you immediately see the pair stored inside. The drop-front opening means you don't have to un-stack boxes to get the pair you want. It's an easy way to keep your shoe collection protected from dustwhile keeping them easy to access.åÊ
Show off your collection easily - fits up to size 13 mens' high top and you can put most sneakers upright. It also fits up to a size 15 mens' high top lying on its side.
Each box isåÊ29 cm (width) x 19 cm (height) x 34 cm (depth)
Due to the nature of shipping costs, this product is excluded from all discounts.
Most high-top basketball shoes (KDs, LeBrons, Currys, Kyries, Kobes).
Most Common Questions
Ultra Boost laces length?
We recommend Medium (43 Inch) laces for Ultraboosts, as this matches the stock lace length. However, for those looking for a smaller bow or to wear untied, Small (36 Inch) would be an ideal option. You can find both these lengths across our most popular styles in our Ultraboost collection
NMD laces length?
The adidas NMD is notorious for having laces which are way too long. We suggest our Small (36 Inch) laces for the best fit, which when threaded loosely will give you a nicely sized bow without all the dangle and mess of the stock laces. You can find NMD laces here in our NMD collection
Most popular Ultra Boost laces?
The best thing about ultraboosts is that they are versatile and look great with both rope laces, and flat laces. We suggest keeping to the lightweight, tech-vibe by using regular aglets. Our favourite laces for ultraboosts are the black/3M flat lacesin Medium (43 Inch).
This sizing chart is a guide only and is flexible depending on how you thread your laces. For those you enjoy tight threading, our recommended "untied" versions may be appropriate for tying. For those who enjoy particularly loose threading, a larger length may be more appropriate. It will also depend on the size of the shoe (for example some smaller Ultraboosts would be recommended as 36 inch, but larger ones as 45")
The best way to check a rough appropriate length is to measure the current laces in your shoes.