If there’s one thing to learn about the YEEZY lineage, it’s the fact that almost any pair is subject to a restock at any given point in time. Later this year, Kanye West and
This colorway originally launched towards the latter half of January 2020 alongside a non-reflective sibling. In normally-lit settings, the shoes come off as a very understated colorway. The PrimeKnit-woven upper mixes between gray and white tones from the front to the back, and its post-dyed monofilament stripe is presented with a slightly translucent build. Down below, the ribbed midsoles are also given somewhat of a see-through construction, and come mated with a peach-tinted outsole. When seen in the dark or struck by a camera flash, the shoes’ reflective notes shimmer throughout the base layer and atop the shoe strings.
Early reports have these dropping sometime during the second half of 2021, but adidas has yet to confirm this.
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