“If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”, is probably an accurate phrase to describe
Revealed by YEEZY MAFIA, the impending installment is dependent on both earthy tones and louder accents. Suede heels and heightened sections of the base layer are stained with a lighter beige, and come balanced out with darker brown suedes that makeup the mudguards. Further accents can be spotted on the toe boxes that feature turquoise panels as well as the faint yellow shoe laces, two elements of which draw close comparisons to the OG YEEZY BOOST 700 “Wave Runner”. Chunky midsoles elect to go with a more playful exterior as it is mainly dyed with a tangerine orange hue and complemented with subtle black notes across the forefoot and towards the back end.
Early reports have these dropping in June 2021 for the slightly more affordable $240 USD price tag, but this hasn’t been confirmed by adidas just yet.
In case you missed it, here’s a first look at the adidas YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 “Bone/Blue”.