Perhaps due to the fact that the shape and constructional elements of these kicks fall on the more fashion-forward and futuristic side of the spectrum, these may not be everyone’s cup of tea, but the various components of the sneaker are certainly ones to be appreciated. Everything from the extra high cut bootie to the synthetic and slightly translucent mid-foot overlays to the laces are done up in white, while the tongue zippers and adidas Y-3 branding that is slapped onto the quarters contrast with black. The soft-textured heel counter also continues the neutral tones here with a light gray exterior. Down below, the latticed 4D cushioning units are styled with their traditional minty appearance.
Additionally, the shoes can also be picked a part, and you can either rock only the inner bootie or simply switch the kicks into a low top.
Retailers like Aphrodite are slated to drop these on October 15 for £399 (approx. $555 USD).
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