The rebellious spirit of the '90s music and fashion world brought bold lines and clashing colors. These shoes capture the flavor of that decade with aggressive, swerving shapes and a mix of soft mesh, leather and suede. The ombré-dyed upper offers a color-fade effect.
The pair pulls in heavy design cues from past 700 models, as well as the overall alienist ethos of his new lines, including the futuristic YEEZY 380 and mythical YEEZY 451. Though while it’s forward-thinking in every way, Kanye is staying true to his heritage designs at Nike. Glow finishes have consistently been part of Kanye’s catalog, with the finish hitting too many of Ye’s releases to count; most recently on December’s YEEZREEL 350 v2 — and don’t be surprised if those horrible Foam Runners glow in the dark, too.
Christian Louboutin's Spike-Sock sneakers are constructed of white neoprene. Styled with a white midsole, these low-tops are embellished with the house's matte white signature spikes.
1.25"/30mm midsole (approximately).
Rounded toe. Pull tab at topline.
Bi-color midsole with glitter inset.
Matte white hardware.
Lined with neoprene.
Rubber sole with red logo-debossed inset.
Available in White.
Made in Italy.
this make up is closest to the OG "Wave Runner" Yeezy Boost 700 with a grey-based colorway and orange accents on the midsole. But unlike the "Wave Runner" version, this new "Magnet" variation forgoes the blue paneling for a dark grey portion at the toe. Additional details of note include a gum rubber sole and a frozen yellow liner.
Crafted in Italy, the Himmel sneaker is a truly advanced design. The upper is constructed in a mix of suede, mesh, and perforated leather paired with a mesh lining for added comfort and breathability that balances the oversized look of the silhouette. It's complete with a cloud-shaped outsole sculpted to hug your foot in super lightweight EVA.
Mesh, suede and calf leather paneled upper
Padded tongue and ankle
EVA mix outsole
Nylon pull tab
TPU side stabilizer
Made in Italy
Arguably the second most aesthetically pleasing adidas Yeezy 700 behind the original Wave Runner, the Inertia colorway is slated to release this Saturday, March 9th. “Inertia” is the name of the soft blue shades featured all throughout this iteration’s upper, while its lone swathe of color arrives on the orange dots prominently featured on the lateral and medial side of its chiseled midsole. Overall the Yeezy 700 model is revered for its premium build, fusing together hits of suede, mesh, rubber, and other textiles.