Now up for grabs, here is an official look at the adidas Stan Smith Pride.
A preview of the upcoming adidas Yeezy 700 V3 “Fade Carbon” is showcased as the model is expected to debut sometime this year. As suggested, the model is defined by a fading gradient finish across its Primeknit upper which goes from a pinkish hue from the heel to a grey tone on the toe box. Additionally, the model’s signature translucent cage overlay further defines the silhouette while contrasting black for the tongues, lining, laces, and sail rubber tooling rounds out the design.
The adidas Yeezy Boost 700 MNVN “Geode” consists as the latest rendition of the silhouette for early 2022 it’s almost reminiscent of the adidas Yeezy Boost 700 MNVN “Metallic” which already debuted. Overall, the low-top flaunts a light purplish/lilac finish on its upper that is comprised of nylon instead of suede and leather, alongside 3M reflective accents. Additionally, pops of black throughout, the model’s signature oversized “700” branding on the lateral side, and a blacked-out full-length enclosed Boost tooling rounds out the versatile design.
The adidas Yeezy Quantum “Mono Carbon” is revealed in its official imagery as the model is scheduled to make its debut next month. Overall, the model’s distinctive wavy upper is draped in a camo-like grey finish in varying tones, while a tan suede toe provides reinforcement. Finally, contrasting black on the tongue, laces, and heels followed by a full-length Boost midsole and milky translucent outsole rounds out the design.
The adidas Yeezy 450 “Cinder” has finally arrived at select retailers as it’s the latest iteration of the eye-catching silhouette. Overall, this variation flaunts a bold yet subdued appeal with its light grey finish while emphasizing the distinctive makeup which consists of a mesh upper that features a traditional lacing system. Finally, it’s adhered atop a striking matching rubber tooling that grips the entire profile.