New Arrive Adidas Yeezy Boost 700 V2 Cream

New Arrive Adidas Yeezy Boost 700 V2 Cream


It appears like the Adidas Yeezy Boost 700 V2 Cream will start back up once again with a Cream rendition being scheduled for March of 2021. Now next up, it looks like the second rendition of the 700 will feature a versatile “Cream” colorway that many fans are already excited to get their hands on. While it has been over a year since we last saw a 700 V2 release, many sneakerheads thought the shoe was finished but just like the Yeezy 500, it appears the break wasn’t the end of releases, just a mini-vacation that allowed the 2020 Cheap Ray-Ban Sunglasses to catch on and light the sneaker community on fire. Until then, Py_Rates has offered a detailed mock-up based on the colorway of what we can expect.

adidas Originals’ fresh take on the Buy Yeezy Boost Online is off to a great start, with several releases already available. This week, the Three Stripes is getting ready to release the project’s next entry, the ZX 8000 “Thanos”, courtesy of deadHYPE. This week, adidas has tapped Berlin-based creative collective deadHYPE for the next entry in the ZX project. The overlays and inner lining are made from leather, to let the shoe age well and survive long past the usual footwear expiration date. For this release, deadHYPE worked on the adidas ZX 8000, taking some color inspiration from Marvel, and giving it the nickname “Thanos”. adidas Originals’ A-ZX series, originally from the early 2000s, is back for 2020, bringing with it a host of both old and new ZX releases, and adding some interesting new collaborators to the mix.

Pharrell and adidas NMD Hu Chocolate look to be back to their old ways with the Trail outsole finally being replaced with the OG sole on their NMD Hu silhouette. Much like sun-faded black kicks, Pharrell appears to be dressing his HU with an aged aesthetic. After a Black rendition surfaced previously, we now have another look at a Brown rendition that looks like it arrives with a worn aesthetic. Foreign writing adorns the forefoot in prime Pharrell fashion while a brown heel overlay and Boost midsole add final touches to the new offering. The brown inspiration even carries onto the rubber outsole to finalize this fresh design. Now that we took a look at the Black iteration, it appears the OG outsole returning wasn’t a fluke and will look to be included in the next lineup of Pharrell x adidas NMD’s.