Leaked Images Give a Closer Look at the Enigmatic adidas YEEZY BOOST 451

Possibly releasing in three colorways.

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New images of the mysterious adidas YEEZY BOOST 451 have just surfaced. Visuals released by Instagram account @earlycop provide a better look at the experimental YEEZY silhouette, showcasing its avant-garde body contour. Unlike Kanye West’s previous knit runner and bulky releases, this peculiar sneaker utilizes an all-mesh upper, highlighted by the sawtooth mold that extends from the midsole to eyelets. According to the post, we can expect the models to arrive in “white/blue,” “volt green/black” and “fuchsia/black” colorways.

The adidas YEEZY BOOST 451 was initially teased by West himself back in April in now-deleted tweets, but this is the first update we’ve received since then. He also revealed that the sole unit was designed by none other than Steven Smith.

Take a look at the leaked images above and stay tuned for official imagery, pricing details and a release date.

In case you missed it, the adidas YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 leads this week’s best sneaker drops.

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