Adidas and Kanye West debuted the all-new Yeezy Knit Runner a few weeks back. This very interesting looking pair is essentially a knit covered Foam Runner, with a bold yellow and tan knit combination covering the exterior. Check out my review and on feet look of one of the most bold and off-the-wall Yeezy designs to release ever.
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Releasing last week, the Adidas Yeezy Boost 700 returned in a bright, bold “Sun” colourway. Looking like a yellowed-out version of the original Wave Runner pair, these incorporate vibrant tones including yellow and orange for a very eye catching look. Check out my review and let me know down below how you feel about them!
I’m coming at you back-to-back with another Air Max 90 By You review. This time, my design was based off of the Nike Air Yeezy 2 in the “Pure Platinum” colourway. Taking the colour scheme from Kanye’s iconic shoe, I adopted it onto the Air Max 90 creating a very clean and eye-catching result. Share your opinions down below!
The third generation of the Adidas Yeezy 700 has arrived. The “Azael” Yeezy 700 features an alien-like, organic design, with a mesh base layer, glow-in-the-dark touches, and an EVA midsole for cushioning. Due to its signficant deviation from the previous two versions, these are either loved or hated in the community. Share your thoughts down below and check out my latest video!
The all-new silhouette from Adidas and Kanye West has arrived with the Yeezy Boost 380! Debuting in the “Alien” colourway, these feature an intricately designed Primeknit upper, an ultra chunky Boost cushioned midsole, and a sock-like fit, that are a significant departure from the Yeezy Boost 350 series. Check out my detailed review to learn more, and leave your opinions down below!
Adidas’ dropped back-to-back Yeezy Boost 350 V2s to end off September, and my latest review covers the second drop – the Citrin colourway. With a tan, grey, and citrin primeknit upper, these are similar to past colourways that have dropped, but with a slight yellow-tint twist. Check out my in-depth review to take a closer look. Did you guys grab a a pair, or sit this one out?
July saw the release of another Yeezy Boost 350 V2 by Adidas. This time, they dropped a trio which were regional exclusive, with the “Lundmark” colourway being available to consumers in North and South America. My latest review gives a detail look into this shoe and a view of how they are on feet! Let me know down below how you feel about this colourway!
It’s that time again, another year in the books! 2018 was the craziest year in my 10+ years of buying sneakers – filled with collabs and heat releases almost every week! Having to narrow down my pickups to only 18 pairs was no easy task but I finally managed to get it done. Check out my countdown as I go from 18 to 1, and see how it compares to your list!
To close out 2018, Adidas dropped one more Yeezy Boost 350 V2, this time in a static-patterned primeknit. Most notably, these also replaced the traditional stripe on the lateral side with translucent netting, giving the wearer a unique opportunity to add their own flavour through their sock game. Check out my in-depth review and share your thoughts below!