Yeezy Boost 700 V2 ‘Vanta’
Seen as the successor to the first Yeezy 700 that debuted at Kanye West’s 2017 Yeezy Season 5 show, the Yeezy Boost 700 V2 sneaker maintains elements of the original while updating it with a sleeker profile. Released in June 2019, the ‘Vanta’ edition brings an all-over black hue to its multi-layered mesh upper with suede overlays. Below, full-length adidas Boost technology cushions the foot, encapsulated within the 700’s distinct chunky sole.
Yeezy 500 ‘Bone White’
Kanye West and adidas revisit the Yeezy 500, this time in a 'Bone White' colorway. This August 2019 edition follows the silhouette's established, chunky silhouette with a cow suede, premium leather and mesh upper in Off-White tones. As in colorways past, this edition includes reflective piping details and the unmistakable, retro basketball midsole design. adidas adiPRENE+ cushioning pairs underfoot with contoured rubber pods to promote traction.
Yeezy 500 ‘Utility Black’
Kanye West and adidas launched the Yeezy 500 ‘Utility Black’ in July 2018. The retro-inspired silhouette counterbalances its bulky form with a sleek, all-black design. What sets this colorway apart from the standard triple-black finish is a singular use of tone – it’s a semi-faded black that coats the combination mesh and suede upper, as opposed to the pitch-black variety that’s more common in the sneaker firmament.
Yeezy 700 V3 ‘Arzareth’
The adidas Yeezy 700 V3 ‘Arzareth’ features vibrant blue tones on a breathable knit upper, its side panels overlaid with a semi-translucent RPU cage for added structure and durability. Contrasting black is applied to the sneaker’s bootie-style collar, good for a snug fit around the ankle. The sneaker rides on a PU encapsulated EVA midsole, reinforced underfoot by a herringbone rubber outsole for grippy traction.
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 350 V2 ‘Yecheil Non-Reflective’
Released in December 2019, the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 'Yecheil' sneaker departs from Kanye West's previous renditions connected by his signature earth tones. Multicolored yarns give a graphical look to the Primeknit upper. Classic features include rope laces, Three-Stripes at the inner heel and a translucent monofilament stripe through the lateral. The same 350 midsole/outsole is blacked out and still houses full-length Boost cushioning.
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 ‘Desert Sand’
The Yeezy Slide 'Desert Sand' offers Kanye West’s take on a casual sandal, good for postgame relaxation or weekend lounging. A subtle tan finish complements the minimalist build, made with lightweight and durable EVA foam. Exterior branding is limited to adidas’ three-stripe logo debossed on the soft footbed. The outsole is crafted with strategically placed horizontal grooves for superior comfort and traction.
Yeezy Boost 350 V2 ‘Bred’
Rated 5.00 out of 5$441,00
Released in limited numbers, the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 ‘Bred’ was one of the early V2 drops. This colorway combines a black Primeknit upper with red SPLY 350 branding, and a translucent black midsole housing full-length Boost.
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