Raf Simons and adidas are back again with another installment to the partnership’s provoking catalogue. Dubbed the Ozweego Replicant, this re-make serves as Yeezy Boost 350 V2 a deconstructed version of the chunky runner that is highlighted by cut out panels. Otherwise featuring the same Yeezy Wave Runner 700 look, pieces of the mesh and the synthetic upper are missing, creating an aesthetic similar to that of Yeezy 700 the Reebok Instapump Fury. Three colorways will be available, giving consumers a choice between “Scarlet Red/Rust”, “Cobalt Blue/Black”, Harden Vol. 1 and “Black/Cream White”. Each color scheme will only have 500 units released, and will be packaged in a Yeezy Boost 350 custom box and accompanied by three sets of matching socks with geometric patterns that can be seen through Human Race Nmd the holes. Pairs will be available from select retailers on March 15th with an MSRP of $550 USD.
Adidas NMD Human Race />After a ceremonious debut at All-Star Weekend’s 747 Warehouse, adidas is set to release more colorways of the Yeezy Boost 500 Crazy BYW in collaboration with do-it-all creative Pharrell. Tentatively scheduled to release sometime in the month of June, Adidas Shoes 2018 these two new iterations hinge on pink tones with the now customary message embroidered on the roof of Yeezy Powerphase Calabasas the uppers. The Chalk Pink version makes use of a BOOST unit tinted in the same soft hue, Nmd Xr1 while the black-based style goes the classic all-white cushioning. It’s possible that Pharrell and adidas would release these Harden Vol. 2 as part of a larger capsule that includes apparel. Stay tuned for updates, and check out both styles Adidas Ultra Boost 3.0 here.
adidas and LA-based Oyster Holdings join forces for four spring-ready takes on two classic adidas silhouettes: the Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 Handball Top and 350. All inspired by the Oyster Holdings “Traveling Is A Sport” slogan, the shoes feature Adidas NMD R1 premium materials and bright colorways: the Handball Top arrives in a soft yellow/light blue and light blue/ orange, Adidas Ultra Boost 4.0 and is dressed in premium suede with leather paneling and chalk rubber outsoles. The more minimal 350 arrives Nmd R2 in both tan and coral orange, and offers a clean tonal look courtesy of nubuck leather uppers and Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 textile 3-stripe logos. Look for all four pairs to release March 29 at the retailers listed below.
Last Kids Yeezy Shoes week, adidas VP Marc Dolce revealed a 4D printed adidas basketball sneaker that utilizes the brand’s popular Futurecraft New Yeezy Boost technology. Now, Dolce is providing the world with an up-close view of some iconic adidas sneakers given that Yeezy 500 distinguished display, was the adidas Kobe 1, the KB8 II, the EQT Streetball, the Top Ten, the Pro Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Kids Model, and an adidas Basketball sneaker from 1955. Dressed in the same Ash Green color as the “Future of Basketball” mock-up, it’s not clear Adidas Yeezy Boost if these models are releasing, but it’s clear that adidas plans on expanding Futurecraft in this manner across all sports categories. Grab a look at all the sneakers that were part of the Futurecraft 4D Icons display Adidas NMD R2 and tell us what sneaker would look best with a 4D printed sole.
Daniel Arsham and adidas are Cheap Adidas Shoes set to release a collaboration later this year in September, but the architecture and design dynamo is sporting Nmd R1 them a bit early to gently tease this upcoming Futurecraft-based creation. Dubbed the “Arsham Future“, this sneakers on Adidas Yeezy Powerphase Daniel’s feet are set to retail for $450 and will come in a tonal Ash Green colorway that Addidas Nmd matched the 4D-printed Futurecraft sole. See a full shot of the shoes below and stay tuned for more Cheap Yeezys updates as the Futurecraft category continues to take shape.