Though they dropped in March, I finally got my hands on a pair of the “Inertia” Yeezy Boost 700 by Adidas! Done in a palette of greys, pale blue and peach, these have a bit of an Easter vibe to them and will look amazing in the spring season. Check out my overdue review and let me know your thoughts down below!
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!
The Adidas Yeezy Boost is back, releasing this past Friday with a new “Sesame” coloured 350 V2 silhouette. Easily one of my favourite coloured Yeezy 350s ever, these are ultra versatile and in my opinion, being slept on due to the lack of “hype”. Check out my detailed review and share your thoughts below!
The Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 finally made its return this year with the debut “Butter” colourway. Featuring a pale neon yellow Primeknit upper atop the ultra comfortable Boost midsole, these were released just in time for summer and were arguably the most easily obtainable colourway to ever release! Check out my review and see how these are on feet!
The latest Adidas Yeezy silhouette to drop, the Yeezy 500 released its second colourway in global retailers this past weekend. These chunky runners fit the theme of today’s sneaker trends, but are they simply too “out there” from a design perspective to be embraced by the majority of sneaker aficionados?
After initially releasing in 2017, the Adidas Yeezy Boost 700 Wave Runner restocked once again this past March. A significant departure from the design of previous Yeezy Boost sneakers, these embodied the “Dad Shoe” wave that has been capturing the hearts of sneakerheads lately. Check out my long overdue review and see how these look on feet!