Every Pair of Yeezy Sneakers Kanye West Has Designed
Kanye West is almost as famous for his unique style as he is for his music. His signature Yeezy sneakers by Adidas have been the subject of continuous hype. Here are the best Yeezys ever designed by K. West.
These Adidas Yeezy Boosts were released in a trio of colors- copper, green and solar red. Released in December 2016, they didn’t have the thrill of some of the other designs. This lack of buzz was probably partly due to all three being launched at once.
Moreover, the three colorways aren’t quite as aesthetically pleasing as perhaps the cream white version. Out of the trio, the copper and green colorway fits the least with the rest of Kanye’s concept for his Yeezy Boost line. The red version is the elite of the three although the red looks more like pink and gives a 2008 Kanye vibe than 2016.
The Moonrock Yeezy was Kanye’s first low-top silhouette for Adidas. It was released in colorways that set the pace for Ye’s dusty, military-style color palette. We currently have an entire range of Yeezy Boosts and the Moonrock colorway now seems like the least thrilling of Kanye West’s Yeezy shoes. This is no surprise as washed out green isn’t quite the most complementary shade.
These Yeezys hit the market later in 2015 and were an immediate hit. However, they were aesthetically basic than other colorways. They are still a crowd favorite but lack the swag of other Yeezy Boosts.
The Yeezy Boost 350 V2 “Black/Red” is one of the minimal colorways and the nearest we’ve gotten to a completely-black V2. The sneakers are clean but lack the sharp look of other Yeezy Boost shoes.
This sneaker was Kanye’s first official collaboration with Adidas. It was launched in 2017 and was an absolute hit. The Kanye West Yeezy Boost 750 is made of quality materials. It is exceptional, comfortable and a shoe that stands out. However, this gray/gum sneaker finishes last in the Yeezy Boost 750 collection. This is because of its glow in the dark sole. It gives a gimmicky appearance to an otherwise perfect Kanye aesthetic.
This sneaker was the first of the 350 V2 collections. It set the pace for the shoe’s coming design as well as color scheme evolution. This Yeezy comes with a knot striped upper and bold stripe. It’s a bold classy sneaker enhance chances on the path the V1 laid. The downside of this sneaker is its missing back tab. This feature is a necessity in terms of both functionality and aesthetics.
In most of 2014 and 2015, Ye wore almost solely a pair of crepe-soled Chelsea boots. Those boots are very much reflected in the light brown Yeezy Boost 750. And just like West’s beloved Chelsea’s, the sneakers come with a tan sole and suede upper.
Every Yeezy shoe comes with a sharp and unique look, and this makes the boost 350 Yeezy shoes look almost exactly like its predecessors or several other shoes in the Yeezy release. However, the above listed are the best Yeezy boost Kanye West has ever designed, and because they are the most beautiful in the Boost line, they are available in limited quantity.