Pharrell Williams was spotted wearing the Pharrell x adidas Crazy BYW X Gratitude Empathy earlier this year, and it’s officially dropping for the holiday season. Sporting a black knitted mesh upper with tonal suede overlays, the sneaker is highlighted with large lettering seen on the tongue tabs which read, “Gratitude” and “Empathy.” The most glaring design detail are the addition of red, blue, yellow and green hues seen primarily on the rubber sole, outlining on the upper, eyelets and across the medial section to top it off.
The adidas Yeezy 700 V2 Static is debuting at the end of the month, and it’s the next iteration of the Yeezy 700 silhouette. Sporting a clean white and grey color scheme, the sneaker’s chunky design is made of mesh and leather accents, with the Three Stripe branding streaking across the side panels. Finally, a light beige hue also flows on the sides and heel area, while a thick white molded rubber sole tops it off.
Retailing for $300, look for this adidas Yeezy 700 V2 at select adidas stores and online on December 29. Click and bookmark our official adidas Yeezy 700 V2 Static hub page now for everything you need to know about the silhouette, and where to buy it online. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks.
The Pharrell x adidas Crazy BYW X Gratitude Empathy sports a black knitted upper with suede and leather overlays. The model is then highlighted with block lettering on the tongue that reads “Gratitude” and “Empathy.” Finally, shades of blue, red, yellow, and green accents throughout and a matching multicolor sole completes the design.
The adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Semi Frozen Yellow was introduced last year in limited numbers, and exclusive colorway is back for the holidays. KicksOnFire has your back if you’re looking to cop the style. Simply click the bar above. Sporting the bright yellow hue all over its Primeknit upper with accents of raw steel and red, details like SPLY-350 branding is found on the sides. Finally, a matching translucent midsole encased with Boost cushioning and a gum outsole completes the style.
The adidas Nite Jogger was introduced back during the ’70s as a runner designed for running during dawn and dusk, explaining the specific name. For next year, the model is returning in a modern theme, and previewed is its colorway in a Clear Grey color scheme. Made of coated nylon with reflective panels across its upper, the sneaker is detailed with Three Stripes on the sides and a retro-inspired tongue. Clear Grey take care of the majority of the shoe, while the Orange accents provide the shoe with a nice pop. Finally, a Boost midsole down low adds a bit of a modern look and feel to the ’70s aesthetics of the model
Getting a look at this three-way collab, the BAPE x Neighborhood x adidas POD S3.1 comes a split-colored design on the upper which see the silhouette that done in a White (left) and Grey (right) camo-like print otif that utilizes both BAPE and Neighborhood logos (signature ape and jolly-roger symbols). BAPE’s signature shark mascot appears on the lateral sides of the shoes, whereas Three Stripes branding can be found on the medial sides. Additional co-branding can be seen on the toe and heels.