There’s a dark cloud looming across the horizon, an ominous sign that it’s about to Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 – forget that umbrella, we’re soaking it up. The latest imagery to surface of the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 shows us a more subdued alternative to the initial V2 release, a tonal grey upper based on a lighter Primeknit yarn with a dark streak across the side. The cool grey sole keeps things in check for a colourway that could easily become your everyday go-to shoe.
Supposed colourways of the Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 are multiplying like Mogwai. But out of all of them, these are the most likely to see the light of day. Paraded by numerous trusted IG leakers, these images of the V2 come from Sneaker Prophet and show the shoe the light colourway in detail. ‘Oxford Tan’ is the name most are assigning to the colour, though this is far lighter than the Oxford Tan we’re used to – in fact, this V2 looks more ‘Beluga’ than the confirmed Belugas – with what looks to be a white base with tan accents.
We’ve seen a number of new Adidas Nmd R1 colourways lately. One of the standout combos has been the application of a ‘White Noise’ pattern across the silhouette’s snub-nosed Primeknit bootie. The minimalist sneakers feature in a range of pixelated colourways including ‘Core Black’, maroon, ‘Ice Purple’ and ‘Linen’. Each variation is complemented by a tonal cage and is supported by a Boost energy returning midsole.
We’ve just started getting our first look at the highly anticipated Adidas Nmd R1 Uk. After initial glimpses of both olive and black colourways, we get a look at a pair of further variations. The teaser images display two iterations – one in white ‘Shadow Noise’ the other in black, adorned with bright red accents. Almost like an outline, the outsole of the Boost boasting sneaker and the heel pull are lit in a contrasting serve of the primary colour. Backing up the treatment, the inner plug insert also features in red.
Nike Air Max 90 Ultra is the Benjamin Button of sneakers – it only looks fresher with age. The latest adaption of the tenured runner comes with a refreshed make-up of super light mesh that abounds over most of its upper. Wrinkle-free leather protects from rips and tears and the Ultra sole will have even the most weathered feet feeling like a spring chicken. Add a one-two combo of black and white, and you’ve got a sneaker as timeless as they come.