Official Images of the adidas YZY KNIT RNR "Fade Indigo"

Ahead of its global release this week.

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Just because adidas has placed its partnership with Ye on the adidas YEEZY line “Under Review” doesn’t mean that the brand is going to slow down its production. It is a tumultuous time for the duo as Ye continues to propagate controversy in front of the masses, however, at the end of the day there’s still YEEZYs to be sold for the Three Stripes. Joining several releases that took place this week, the adidas YZY KNIT RNR “Fade Indigo” is seeing its launch.

This gradient colorway stands out in the KNIT RNR’s lineup of looks while fitting in alongside other adidas YEEZY products such as the “Fade Carbon” take on the adidas YEEZY 700 V3. The slip-on sneaker utilizes a knit upper that ranges from blue to green in color with its collar in a blue supported by black text indicating its size. Hits of brown and purple also grace the pillow-like upper while a jagged gum outsole completes the look.

A widespread launch of the adidas YZY KNIT RNR “Fade Indigo” is now set for October 14 via adidas and select retailers worldwide at a price of $210 USD.

For more footwear news, adidas has outfitted its new Roverend Adventure in an “Aluminum” colorway.

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