Since first taking a look at the Y-3 Harigane earlier this year, the contemporary runner has dropped in a series of statement tonal schemes, with an all-new version now up for retail release. A white Primeknit upper gets paired with a neoprene-fashioned tongue, resulting in an all-around lightweight, breathable wear, with sharp hits of yellow and red found on the midsole used to add creative flair.
The silhouette’s signature herringbone-patterned outsole, paired with the distinct lacing system provides a blueprint that blends both elements of old-school heritage with futuristic design sensibilities. Lastly, Y-3 branding with Yohji Yamamoto’s signature stitched directly overtop, amp up the heel area, doing well to complete the look. Priced at $400 USD, you can find this new Y-3 Harigane now at Feature.
In other sneaker news, Nike SB is releasing a Jordan 11-inspired Dunk High “Bred.”