Originally presumed to be a colorway of bright tones in line with the other Fall/Winter releases — i.e. the Yecheil and the Yeezreel — it seems the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 v2 “Yeshaya” is opting to instead lean more into the neutral side of the brand’s aesthetics, finding close resemblance to schemes the likes of the Lundmark, Cloud White, and Citrin, though just refitted to match a few of the upcoming 2020 releases. As such, its physical design borrows elements from recent, self-contained trends as pull tabs are once again removed in favor of a sleeker design. Elsewhere, the side stripes stay relatively in complement to the rest of the weave pattern’s coloring, only showing off small blocking of darker shade sparsely drawn along the lighter backdrop. Laces do much of the same, playing with the aforementioned pigments in smaller geometrics, while sole units deviate quite heavily with their seemingly incongruous earth-tinged finish. Walled with subtle and faint yellows and then dressed with a tread heavily reminiscent of classic gum, it seems adidas Yeezy is gradually changing up the formula part by part. Grab a quick look at the pair right here and find it rumored to release early next year.
adidas Yeezy Boost 350 v2 “Yeshaya”
Release Date: Spring 2020
Source: Yeezy Mafia