On-Foot Look of the adidas YEEZY 450 "Sulfur"

Ye’s aggressive model goes for the monochromatic appearance again.

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Kanye West has been going full steam ahead as of late in terms of new product launches. The creative genius has promoted his new DONDA 2 with album merch, released the first batch of YEEZY GAP Engineered by Balenciaga and further built out with footwear catalog with adidas. As expected, the latter will continue to grow at rapid speeds throughout the year, and one iteration that will be arriving in the coming months is the adidas YEEZY 450 “Sulfur.”

These kicks were first teased towards the end of 2021, but we now have a detailed perspective of how they’re going to look on foot. Like a few of the previous 450s that Ye has released, this installment is devised with a monochromatic presentation. PrimeKnit upper constructions and the aggressive, claw-like outsole pieces are both dialed to their titular shade, while the laces are filled in with a slightly lighter shade of yellow.

Sift through the image gallery above to capture an in-depth look at the pair above and expect a launch to likely go down in April 2022.

 

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For other news in the world of sneakers, check out a closer look at the adidas YEEZY BSKTBL Knit “Energy Glow.”

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