It’s 2021, which means only one thing – YEEZY is ready to step on necks. We’ve got an all new silhouette dropping, as the return of a silhouette. We’ve got the rundown.
First up is an update on the YZY BSKTBL “QNTM” model, which is now available at select retailers. The “QNTM” features a monochromatic colorway, consisting of greys, blacks, whites and silvers throughout the sneaker.
The QNTM also features an RPU cage over the mesh construction to reflect its position as a performance oriented sneaker. Like all other YZY BSKTBL sneakers, the QNTM features a full-length enclosed BOOST midsole, and will retail at $250.
Next up is an all new model – the YEEZY 450 “Cloud White”. Formerly known as the YEEZY 451, the model has been heavily anticipated over the years thanks to its outerspace sole unit, which creeps up the knit, sock-like structure of the sneaker.
As the name suggests, the “Cloud White” mainly consists of an off-white upper, mated to an eggshell white EVA foam sole. The YEEZY 450 “Cloud White” will be releasing on March 6th, retailing at $200. The “Cloud White” will also be restocked in Fall 2021.
We’ve also got the YEEZY BOOST 700 V2 “Cream” on the way. The “Cream”, as the name suggests, features color blocking consisting of creams, whites and greys throughout, mated to an ice white midsole and jet black outsole. The sneaker also takes a few styling cues from the very first YEEZY BOOST 700 V2 model to release, which was the “Static”.
The “Cream”, like many other models in the YEEZY 700 family, features a full-length enclosed BOOST midsole, and high quality materials throughout its construction. The YEEZY BOOST 700 V2 “Cream” will be dropping on March 13th, retailing at $240.
Up next is the YEEZY BOOST 380 “Covellite”, which features a royal blue primeknit upper, with a slate colored pattern overlaid onto it – giving it a look somewhat similar to faded denim. This is mated to an earthy brown midsole, and gum outsole. The “Covellite” also features a blue stripe throughout the midfoot section of the sneaker, colored similarly to the royal blue primeknit.
Like all other YEEZY BOOST 380 models, the “Covellite” features an enclosed BOOST midsole. The “Covellite” is set to drop on March 15th, at a retail price of $230.
Coming up next is the YZY QNTM “Sea Teal”, a new addition to the YZY QNTM family of sneakers. The “Sea Teal” features the typical YZY QNTM construction, with a jet black portion with a 3M hit at the rear of the sneaker, as well as a black sockliner, tongue and laces. The “Sea Teal” features a multicolored primeknit upper, made up of whites, greys, blacks and faded yellows and greens.
As with all other YZY QNTM sneakers, the “Sea Teal” features an enclosed BOOST midsole. The YZY QNTM “Sea Teal” is set to release on March 19th, at a retail price of $250.
Just a day after the “Sea Teal” drops, we’ve got the YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 “Ash Pearl” dropping. The “Ash Pearl” features a patterned primeknit upper made up of varying shades of white, black and cream, complete with a tan colored stripe going through the midfoot portion of the sneaker.
The “Ash Pearl” will be releasing on March 20th, at the usual YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 retail price of $220.
The next release is a big one – at last, a wider release of the YEEZY FOAM RNNR, the clog that took the world by storm. We’ve got it coming in two separate colorways.
First up is the YEEZY FOAM RNNR “Sand”, which is a perfect example of the model – a sandy brown clog, made entirely of an algae based foam. The clog itself has many perforations, leading to it being an incredibly breathable type of footwear.
We’ve also got the YEEZY FOAM RNNR “MXT Moon Gray” incoming, which features a wilder colorway. The “MXT Moon Gray” features a sandstone-like color around the bottom of the clog, where it blends into a moonrock grey the further up you go.
Like the YEEZY FOAM RNNR “Sand”, the “MXT Moon Gray” is wholly made up of algae based foam, and features multiple oval shaped perforations throughout.
Both clogs will be releasing on March 26th, retailing at $80.
Finally, we’ve got the YEEZY 700 V3 “Kyanite”, featuring an all over eggshell white colorway. The white is broken up by a jet black tongue, laces, and sockliner, as well as a gum sole. The most striking element of the sneaker is the teal striping pattern, situated underneath the semi-translucent cage of the sneaker.
Like all models in the YEEZY 700 V3 model line, the “Kyanite” goes without a BOOST midsole, instead opting for an enclosed EVA foam midsole. The “Kyanite” is set to release on March 27th, at the usual 700 V3 retail price of $200.
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