Bright colorways and summer sneakers go hand-in-hand, and adidas Originals is releasing five silhouettes that are perfect for warm weather as part of Kids Yeezy Shoes
their “Summer Spice” pack. Designed with principles from the new Atric F/22 PK in mind, each shoe is constructed with merino wool-infused Primeknit making for Yeezy 700
a shoe that’s sleek enough for the summer but durable enough for colder months as well. The pack features the aforementioned Atric alongside an NMD Yeezy 500
R2, EQT Support ADV, Swift Run, and the brand-new adilette Sock, all arriving in a bright “Trace Orange” colorway. Black 3-stripe detailing adorns every shoe Nmd Xr1
except for the adilette sock, which boasts a one-piece upper on top of a classic adilette sandal which serves as the midsole/outsole. The pack aims Cheap Yeezys
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be available on adiddas.com May 11th, with prices ranging from $85-$160.
The adidas Originals Arkyn, a new women’s-only silhouette that premiered with a Kendall New Yeezy Boost
Jenner-fronted campaign early in May is returning in two new premium iterations later this month, a “Dark Blue” and a “Chalk White,” inspired by archival Yeezy Boost 350 V2
adidas silhouettes as well as the future of the brand. Featuring a mesh upper with premium nubuck overlays, the Arkyn’s unique lacing system provides a Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Kids
striking aesthetic, while the three-stripe graphic is dressed up in a reflective material for low-key flash. A tonal gradient graphic adorns the stretchy collar, and Adidas Yeezy Powerphase
a white Boost midsole/gum outsole complete the shoe’s fearless look. Both of these new Arkyn colorways will release on adidas.com May 12th, and retail for Yeezy Boost 500
adidas has concocted yet another unique new take on their flagship Boost running line: the Solar Boost, which features a ultra-comfortable Boost midsole Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2
merged with a new upper technology called Tailored Fiber Placement. The new material is designed with precise data so its fibers are connected together perfectly, Adidas NMD Human Race
and it also features Parley material in the midfoot for extra support. Beyond the new upper technology, the Solarboost offers an updated Energy Rail in Harden Vol. 1
ride for both men and women.The men’s Solarboost features a black upper with white adidas branding, an aqua heel cage, and aqua/orange midfoot detailing. The Harden Vol. 2
women’s colorway features a dark ink blue upper with mint adidas branding and lilac accents, and mint/lilac midfoot detailing. Both shoes feature an iconic white Adidas NMD R2
Boost midsole and black outsole. Look for both of these futuristic Solarboosts to arrive on adidas.com May 17th for $160 USD, and for more adidas Cheap Adidas Shoes
news check out the original “Turtledove” Yeezy 350 Boost samples Kanye West recently unveiled on Twitter.
size? and adidas are back once again to continue Yeezy Desert Rat 500
their successful partnership on the 1971-adidas Originals Trimm Star silhouette. Named after the German sports initiative that was meant to get people out of their Yeezy Boost 350
houses and start living a healthier lifestyle in the early 70’s, the Trimm Star dons a sleek aesthetic that Three Stripes loyalists have become accustomed Adidas Shoes 2018
to. Dubbed the “VHS”, the tri-colored striping that you see on this sneaker’s midfoot is inspired by the cult practice of video-taping classic soccer matches Nmd R2
on VHS tape. Its color palette stems from graphics that were found on the boxes of those aforementioned video tapes. Gilly loops replace customary eyelets on this particular Adidas Yeezy Boost 350
model, while gold foil branding and an attractive gum sole unit complete this retro look. Pairs will be available exclusively online at size? and in all their brick-and-mortar locations on Friday May 4th for £80, with another pair slated to drop in the coming weeks.
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and collaborations were the name of the game this week in sneakers, as Kanye West premiered a ton of new Yeezys, from 350’s to 500’s Adidas NMD R1
and Wave Runners during his Twitter deluge while also finding time to roast Nike’s M2K Tekno. Kanye’s label mate Travi$ Scott’s “Cactus Jack” 4s were Yeezy Wave Runner 700
unvieled by rapper Sheck Wes and then rocked on court by NBA sneaker king PJ Tucker, and Tyler, The Creator also got in on the Human Race Nmd
fun as he previewed a new Golf Le Fleur Converse One Star. Air Max collaborations both classic and futuristic with ACRONYM and atmos made waves, Adidas Yeezy Boost
as did a rumored Vans/Nasa collaboration. On the Air Jordan front, the “Best Hand In The Game” collection garnered a great deal of attention, and Nmd R1
Nike Running claimed their share of the spotlight with the announcement of their amazing new FlyPrint technology and the upcoming re-release of a classic Adidas Ultra Boost 4.0
Zoom Fly. For all that and more, dig in to this week’s edition of Top Stories.