Just yesterday we got our first look at what is said to be the brand new adidas Yeezy Boost 650. The 650 is a model that almost has the same height as the 550s we’ve seen in the past, this one of course manages to be a little more taller. The first colorway of the 650 came in a White on White colorway. That means a White Primeknit upper sitting on top of a White Boost infused sole unit. Today we get our first look at a Black on Black version of the Boost 650.
The mid-top Yeezy comes in a Black Primeknit upper sitting on top of a Black midsole encapsulating the Boost technology. If you examine the shoe closely you will see that the ridges/design of the sole are slightly different when comparing them to the Boost 350. I know we haven’t been able to see much of the 650 being that the images just leaked, but tell us, what do you think? No info regarding pricing or release date yet, but we will let you know once that stuff becomes available.
What you see below is the second version of the renowned adidas Yeezy Boost 350. Rightfully dubbed the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 2.0, today we get our first look at this brand new adidas x Yeezy sneaker.
Said to be an upgraded version of the original Boost 350, the 2.0 version will come with a Primeknit constructed upper sitting on top of a Boost infused sole unit. Some of the differences we’re able to point out on the shoe are things such as the design of the Primeknit, the cut of the ankle and perhaps even the design of the Boost sole. Of course, there is nothing official coming out of adidas, but let us know, do you prefer these over the OG 350s? Let us know in the comments below.
The adidas Yeezy Boost 650 just leaked and already a handful of colorways have been popping out of nowhere. Up next is this Olive-colored version that was just shared by baltsneakershow not too long ago. Let’s get a closer look.
The adidas Yeezy Boost 650 comes dressed in a Olive/Green Primeknit upper. The same hue extends on to the laces and lining to give the upper a very tonal look, something we’re used to seeing on the most Yeezy Boost models. Attempting to create some kind of contrast is the Black-ish Boost sole unit placed below. Once again, nothing official has come out of adidas yet, but expect more information regarding this shoe to come out in the near future.
Yeezy Boost 350, 350 2.0, 550, 650, I don’t know about you but it they release a 450 or 250, it’s going to get a bit hard differentiating all these models. To make matters even more interesting, today we get our latest look at the adidas Yeezy Boost 550.
If you ask me, the 550 is a hybrid of the 350 and 650. It falls right down the middle when it comes to the build of the shoe. Not really a low-top, but not classified as a mid-top either. This new images shows the shoe coming in a Priemknit upper with some kind of striped print on it, all while sitting on top of a Boost translucent outsole. The cut of the ankle is is very unique in which the front is clearly higher than the back portion. Is this a model you’re looking forward to release? Let us know in the comments below. Make sure you keep up with our adidas Yeezy Boost 550 launch page for all the latest news, images and updates regarding this upcoming drop.
Surprisingly, last week brought about a first look at the excitable adidas Yeezy Boost 650. The initial pair, seen in white Primeknit construction with a midsole similar to the Yeezy Boost 350, is joined by two more colorways today.
Each of these two new variations feature similar aesthetic to the aforementioned first pair. One in grey and another in what looks to be a light brown scheme, the Yeezy Boost 650 looks to already have at least a few samples in production.
And if you don’t have the cash to cop these releases Stephon Marbury has your back.
If you haven’t heard by now, former NBA All-Star Stephon Marbury is on the verge of bringing back his affordable sneaker line, Starbury. Looking to change the game and provide sneakers at an affordable price, his latest unveiling consists of a shoe that looks very similar to the Yeezy Boost 350. As a matter of fact, the only thing I can point out that is completely different on this model is the use of the Starbury logo on the side panels of the knitted upper. The upper, sole and even the lacing system and heel pull tab all look almost identical to the uber-popular Boost 350s. No word yet on how much these sneakers will retail for, but I can promise you they’ll only be a fraction of what a Boost 350 retails for. Need more info? Starbury.com is currently taking pre-orders on a collection of models ranging from $15 and $50.
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