Reportedly one of three samples in existence, the chunky boot look builds on the controversial figure’s reverence for workwear, outdoor gear and rugged functionality. Utilizing the waterproof, breathable GORE-TEX fabric membrane, the shoe is printed all over with a unique red-tinged tree camouflage pattern. The upper is assisted by an extended bootie liner heavy-duty pull tab at the rear, contrasting black traditional lacing and toggle pull cord securing system. Another prominent element on the shoe is the mudguard/midsole that wraps around the lower portion of the upper and is attached to the to a toothy black rubber treaded outsole.
Take a look at the adidas YEEZY 1050 GORE-TEX sample above.
In case you missed it, Bob Gore, the inventor of GORE-TEX, has died.