Hot adidas Yeezy 500 Utility Black Restocking in November


Hot adidas Yeezy 500 Utility Black Restocking in November

New Yeezy Boost 2020 released the adidas Yeezy 500 “Utility Black” back in July 2018. For the 2020 holiday season, the popular colorway will be restocking. The retro-inspired silhouette counterbalances its bulky form with a sleek, all-black design.This adidas Yeezy 500 features a semi-faded Black upper constructed in a combination of mesh and suede.What sets this colorway apart from the standard triple-black finish is a singular use of tone – it’s a semi-faded black that coats the combination mesh and suede upper, as opposed to the pitch-black variety that’s more common in the sneaker firmament. Its midsole utilizes adidas’ Adiprene cushioning technology also dressed in Utility Black.

New Jordan will be teaming up with atmos once again for a Japan-inspired release of their newest model called, the Air Max ZM950 that pays homage to the Air Max 95.A rework of the classic Air Max 95, atmos’ exclusive Nike sneaker repurposes the OG colorway of the AM95 in homage to its immense popularity in Japan.This atmos Air Max ZM950 sports a White and Black color scheme with Red contrasting accents throughout.the yellow accent has been removed from the upper but is hinted at beneath its breathable monomesh, complemented by a bright insole and patterned laces. The shoe will also feature Japan’s flag on the heels completed with an 270 Max Air unit, two visible forefoot Zoom Air units and a heel 270 Max Air unit to give the silhouette an entirely new underfoot sensation.

Latest Jordan 2020 still have a few more Superstars scheduled to release, it appears that they’ll also be introducing an entirely new silhouette.we get a first official look at the PRADA adidas Superstar in the Core White/Core Black/Core White colorway and the Core Black/Core Black/Core Black colorway.The model shown here is currently unknown, but it features a White color blocking constructed in mixed synthetic and textile materials.Each of these releases are set for a drop in March 2020 on adidas.com and possibly through Prada’s retail channels, with each pair priced at $450.A milky translucent sole with Prada’s signature Red line appears on the heel and outsole.Handmade in Italy with the fine full grain leather, these Superstars feature the New Ray-Ban Sunglassess  iconic rubber “shelltoe” with the iconic typography featured on the upper, tongue, and insoles.Finishing touches includes Red co-branding on the insoles.