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Release Date: Oct 15th, 2020 READ MORE: Shoe Palace x ASICS GEL-Lyte XXXREAD MORE: Jordan 1 Zoom CMFT Purple Croc adidas Yeezy Boost 350 Fade READ MORE: Kyrie 7 Style Code: DC7770-160Following an October 15th release on the skate brands webstore.

READ MORE: LeBron Soldier 14 Sisterhood READ MORE: Chile Red Jordan 1 Zoom CMFT READ MORE: atmos SB Dunk Low Color: Onyx/Onyx/Onyx READ MORE: Midnight Navy Jordan 1Clearly the most impactful partner to ever work with the Three Stripes, Kanye is set to give his ever-growing adidas Yeezy empire a forceful push throughout the remainder of the year by way of an avalanche of new releases. This is going to involve restocks of staple colorways, as well as a bevy of new installments of models such as the Yeezy 350 and the Yeezy 380; the latter which will involve a delivery of its darkest makeover to-date. The option theyre calling the Onyx was first teased back in December of 2019, but it has now given is a full 360 look at its subtle-yet-detailed appearance. From a birds eye view they may seem like a simple all-black shoe, but up-close youll notice the camo-printed Primeknit uppers alternate between black and faded browns, the former being more prominent as it covers the mid-foot stripe and most of the upper and the laces. Beneath all of that, the bottom piece is presented with brown-tinted midsoles and gum treading. Scroll further down to peep a detailed look, and note that these will be dropping on November 27th alongside a reflective version for 230 USD on adidas.com and through select retailers. Elsewhere in sneaker news, a blue Pharrell NMD Uluntu colorway has surfaced.

READ MORE: Singles Day Jordan 6READ MORE: GmbH ASICS GEL-Quantum 360 6 READ MORE: Denim Tears x Converse Clearly the most impactful partner to ever work with the Three Stripes, Kanye is set to give his ever-growing adidas Yeezy empire a forceful push throughout the remainder of the year by way of an avalanche of new releases. This is going to involve restocks of staple colorways, as well as a bevy of new installments of models such as the Yeezy 350 and the Yeezy 380; the latter which will involve a delivery of its darkest makeover to-date. The option theyre calling the Onyx was first teased back in December of 2019, but it has now given is a full 360 look at its subtle-yet-detailed appearance. From a birds eye view they may seem like a simple all-black shoe, but up-close youll notice the camo-printed Primeknit uppers alternate between black and faded browns, the former being more prominent as it covers the mid-foot stripe and most of the upper and the laces. Beneath all of that, the bottom piece is presented with brown-tinted midsoles and gum treading. Scroll further down to peep a detailed look, and note that these will be dropping on November 27th alongside a reflective version for 230 USD on adidas.com and through select retailers. Elsewhere in sneaker news, a blue Pharrell NMD Uluntu colorway has surfaced.

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