No, I am not talking about a sharpie. Yes, it is cheap but the color of the paint is so white that it makes your BOOST midsole looks fake, which I don't think is what you want.
The color of an original BOOST midsole is slightly off white, almost milky. Instead of using a sharpie, try using a an acrylic based Midsole Paint Pen. The color of the paint is more similar to the original and can be easily applied within a few minutes.
You can also use the pen multiple times on multiple shoes. In the above picture (that is my Ultra Boost White 2.0), you can see the BOOST midsole turning yellowish/brownish but with just 2 layers of application of SNEAKERGUARD's BOOST Midsole Pen, it is now back to its original color.
If you want added protection, layer the paint up with SNEAKERGUARD's Acrylic Finisher Marker Pento complete the restoration process.
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