This new silhouette from West combines from familiar colorways from the YEEZY BOOST 750 lineup including black and light brown. It also seems to take design cues on the lateral and medial from the YEEZY 700 V3 which form an exoskeleton type cage. A clear translucent outsole and heel panel round out the extremely block-like design.
Fans can pick up the new sneaker on June 25 via adidas.com/yeezy and at select retailers. Adult sizing will cost $250, while kids sizing costs $180 and infant pricing is set at $160. adidas is releasing the other half of its "United by Sneakers" pack alongside Foot Locker this week as well.
Release Date: 6/25/20 (Thursday)