The adidas adizero Gets Styled Like the YEEZY Wave Runner 700

Will we see them on the field?

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Kanye West‘s latest adidas YEEZY Wave Runner 700 sneakers are the newest inspiration for customizer Mache. Crafted for Minnesota Vikings cornerback Xavier Rhodes, Mache used a pair of adizero and painted them to resemble the West- and adidas-designed shoe. According to Mache, he was skeptical about how the chunky silhouette’s details would translate onto a cleat, which is much sleeker than the Wave Runners.

Last football season, adidas officially launched the YEEZY 350 and 750 cleats, however they were then banned for not meeting the league’s uniform guidelines. Take a look at the final project above and let us know what you think in the comments below.

If you missed it, Kanye West recently stepped out in never-before-seen adidas YEEZY BOOST 700 Wave Runners in all-black.

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