Yeezy Boost 350 V2 ‘Tail Light’
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The Yeezy Boost 350 V2 ‘Tail Light’ showcases a pop of bright orange at the stitched textile heel tab, along with a less concentrated shade of the same hue on the signature post-dyed monofilament side stripe. The rest of the upper is constructed from light grey Primeknit in a minimalist one-piece build, complete with a distinctive center stitch running down the vamp. A semi-translucent rubber midsole houses adidas Boost cushioning for a smooth ride. The ‘Tail Light’ colorway is only available in Europe, Russia and Ukraine.
Yeezy Boost 350 V2 ‘Ash Pearl’
The Yeezy Boost 350 V2 'Ash Pearl' features a contrasting look on its signature design. The shoe's re-engineered Primeknit upper appears in a mix of indigo, grey and navy, contrasted by the off-white and beige on the upper half of the build. A post-dyed monofilament stripe cuts through the side wall, while underfoot, an off-white rubber cage overlays the full-length Boost midsole, which provides cushioning.
Yeezy 700 V3 ‘Azael’
Steering away from his previous retro-inspired slant, Kanye West explores future-facing design with the adidas Yeezy 700 V3. Unveiled in December 2019, this Azael edition receives a black neoprene bootie with a notched collar and striped textile underlay encased in a sculpted, open-work cage. Integrated lacing offers traditional lockdown.
Yeezy Boost 700 V3 ‘Clay Brown’
Yeezy returned to the Earth-toned palette with the Yeezy 700 V3 Clay Brown. The Clay Brown slightly resembles the Alvah with its primarily black look. But instead of a completely muted upper, it dons lighter earth tones, adding contrast throughout the silhouette. The Yeezy 700 V3 Clay Brown features a black engineered mesh upper with light brown streaks running along the side encompassed by a signature translucent cage unit. A thick EVA foam midsole, reinforced toe cap, and 3M detailing on the forefoot complete this futuristic look.
Yeezy Boost 350 V2 ‘Desert Sage’
The Yeezy Boost 350 V2 'Desert Sage' is outfitted in a pale green Primeknit upper with tonal rope laces and reflective detailing on the sneaker’s signature side stripe. Contrast pops of color emerge on the orange collar lining and sockliner, the latter printed with dual adidas and Yeezy branding. The minimalist build sits atop full-length Boost midsole, encased in tonal green rubber with grippy gum rubber on the outsole.
Yeezy 500 ‘Blush’
Initially released in February 2018 as a limited pre-order in New York and Los Angeles, the Yeezy 500 ‘Blush’ underwent a general release in April 2018. Its moniker is a fitting one, as the monochromatic light taupe finish barely registers as a color. The subdued palette is contrasted by a bold silhouette, featuring a paneled mesh and suede upper combined with a hefty midsole reminiscent of adidas’ Feet You Wear' technology of the 1990s.
Yeezy Slides ‘Bone’
The Yeezy Slide 'Bone' applies a neutral hue to Kanye West’s take on an everyday sandal, constructed from EVA foam for lightweight comfort. The minimalist design is good for a sleek, contemporary look, with exterior branding limited to adidas’ three-stripe logo debossed at the heel of the footbed. The slip-on build rides atop a high-traction outsole, fitted with strategically placed grooves for sure footing.
Yeezy Boost 350 V2 ‘Sesame’
The Yeezy Boost 350 V2 ‘Sesame’ features a subdued color palette that matches the shoe’s minimalist construction. The ventilated Primeknit upper retains the heel tab and distinct center stitch detailing but does away with the mirrored ‘SPLY-350’ branding. A semi-translucent rubber midsole underneath encompasses a full-length Boost cushioning, while a gum rubber outsole delivers enhanced traction.
Yeezy Boost 350 V2 ‘Cream White / Triple White’
First released on April 29, 2017, the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 ‘Cream White’ combines a cream Primeknit upper with tonal cream SPLY 350 branding, and a translucent white midsole housing full-length Boost. Released again in October 2018, this retro helped fulfill Kanye West’s oft-repeated ‘YEEZYs for everyone’ Twitter mantra, as adidas organized the biggest drop in Yeezy history by promising pre-sale to anyone who signed up on the website. Similar to the first release, the ‘Triple White’ 2018 model features a Primeknit upper, a Boost midsole and custom adidas and Yeezy co-branding on the insole.