adidas Yeezy Boost 700 MNVN Phosphor Debuting In Spring 2020

Release Date: Spring 2020
Retail Price: $220
Style Code: TBC

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After surfacing back in 2018, the adidas Yeezy Boost 700 MNVN will finally make its official debut next year in a “Phosphor” colorway, according to sources. As suggested, the silhouette maintains the Yeezy 700 DNA, with this iteration boasting a nylon-based, electric yellow upper that bears the defining enlarged 3M “700” imprinted on its sides. Finally, a blacked-out sole that’s similar with the perforated and patterned sole of the original and 700 V2 models tops off the design. Continue reading

The adidas Ultra Boost 2020 Is Seen In Core Black

So far the couple of colorways of the adidas Ultra Boost 2020 that we’ve seen have come with iridescent hits. It must be a way of adidas wanting to catch people’s attention with the first few debut colorways, but you knew the versatile and wasy-to-wear options would be coming. Lo and behold enter this new colorway that we see above which takes on the traditional Core Black look. The latest member of the Ultra Boost family gets covered in Core Black all throughout the new Primeknit construction on the upper along with more black detailing on the rubber/plastic side panel cage and heel counter. A white full-length Boost midsole and black Continental rubber outsole finish things off. The adidas Ultra Boost 2020 in Core Black is beginning to arrive at select adidas retailers now for $180. Continue reading

Available Now: adidas Ultra Boost 2020 Triple Black

adidas just dropped the adidas Ultra Boost 2020 and they wasted no time in offering a Triple Black iteration of their latest Ultra Boost model.

Shown above, the adidas Ultra Boost 2020 Triple Black comes in Black from top to bottom. This includes the new designed Primeknit construction, branding, lace cage, heel counter, laces, lining, Boost midsole and rubber outsole.

For those looking to cop, the adidas Ultra Boost 2020 Triple Black is now up for grabs at select retailers such as SNS for the retail price of $180. Who’s excited to try on the new adidas Ultra Boost 2020? Continue reading

The adidas Yeezy 500 High Slate Is Officially Introduced

adidas and Kanye West officially introduce the adidas Yeezy 500 High Slate. Dropping later on this month, here is an official look at this new colorway of the adidas Yeezy 500 High.

The adidas Yeezy 500 High Slate is reflective of the low-top Yeezy 500 but styled in a high-cut rendition. Composed of black suede overlays alongside tonal black neoprene-like underlays, the sneaker is finally topped off with a contrasting sail adiPrene sole.

Retailing for $220, look for this adidas Yeezy 500 High at adidas.com/YEEZY, select retailers, and on YEEZY SUPPLY on December 16. Click and bookmark our official adidas Yeezy 500 High “Slate” hub page now for everything you need to know about the sneaker 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. Continue reading

Out Now: adidas Harden Stepback Core Black Cloud White

The adidas Harden Stepback just dropped in this brand new Core Black and Cloud White colorway. This non-signature version of the adidas Harden sneaker features traction  derived from the Harden Vol 3 and Vol 4 coupled while being paired up with Bounce cushion. Lightweight and built for breathability, the Stepback includes a wider forefoot and cushioned midsole. Details on the upper include a mesh base, leather overlays, perforated hits and a TPU heel counter. The Core Black base is offset by the White and Grey accents noted throughout. Out now, pick up the adidas Harden Stepback Core Black Cloud White from select retailers such as Kicks Store for 90.00 EUR (approx. $100). via: Kicks Store

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adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Tailgate Debuting Early Next Year

The adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 “Tailgate” will be one of the first Yeezys to kick off 2020, and if you’re wondering why it looks familiar, it’s because this style blends elements from the 2019 “Static” and “Lundmark” colorways. The “Static” theme is evident with white and grey hues dominating the Primeknit upper, while reflective accents are found on the laces and Three Stripes marking on the inner heel. Finally, a cream-colored midsole and gum outsole, (borrowed from the “Lundmark”), tops off the design. Continue reading