The Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 returned this past weekend with the “Israfil” colourway. Primeknit construction with tan and blue hues round out the upper, with a new bungee style lacing system as well! Check out my review for a closer look, and share your opinions on this colourway down below! Was this a cop or a drop for you?
The Adidas Yeezy QNTM released its second colourway in late June with the release of the “Barium” pair. Meant to be worn on both the basketball court or on the streets, these are a new Yeezy silhouette that still incorporates Adidas’ beloved Boost cushioning technology. Watch my review for an in-depth look to learn more and share your opinions of these 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!
Another month, another Yeezy 350 V2. Adidas and Kanye West’s latest drop is the “Cloud White” colourway, which landed in stores in late September. These have a clean primeknit upper consisting of predominantly a white and grey-blue coloured weave. Watch my in-depth review to get a closer look, and to see how these look on feet!
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The familiar “Inertia” colour scheme is back, this time on the Yeezy Boost 700 V2! Dropping last week, these were personally a must have for me. Featuring a predominantly grey upper, with small hits of pale yellow and gum, these are a very wearable colourway while still featuring the same comfort and support the Yeezy Boost 700 is known for. Check out my latest review to learn more!
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!
Adidas Canada hooked me up with the latest Yeezy drop – the 700 V2 in the “Tephra” colourway! Though not selling out like other past releases, these incorporate various tones of beige, grey and brown atop a chunky Boost filled midsole for comfort. Check out my in-depth review to learn more and to see how they are on feet!