In July 2018, Kanye West and adidas released the Yeezy 500 ' Utility Black. ' The retro-inspired silhouette counterbalances a sleek, all-black design with its bulky form. What distinguishes this colorway from the standard triple-black finish is a unique use of tone – it's a semi-faded black that coa..
The Yeezy 500 Super Moon Yellow features adidas ‘Feet You Wear’ technology and a yellow finish on the suede and mesh upper. The initial release was unconventional in that shoppers were able to get their hands on the kicks only if they purchased a bundled option that also included a hoodie and sweat ..
The Yeezy 500 'Soft Vision' showcases a monochromatic pastel finish on the upper, built with a combination of cow suede, premium leather and breathable mesh. The sneaker’s adiPRNE cushioning is housed in a rubber-wrapped midsole, good for added support and abrasion resistance. Reflective detailing p..
The Yeezy 500 ‘Salt’ persists with the same monochromatic design used on the bulky lifestyle silhouette's previous colorways. Here, a light grey dresses the layered upper, built with a combination of cow suede, premium leather, mesh, and nubuck accents. A rubber wrap on top of the midsole offers enh..
Dropping in August 2019, the Yeezy 500 ‘Bone White’ features a subtle monochromatic finish on the layered upper, constructed from a blend of cow suede, premium leather and breathable mesh. Reflective detailing around the eyelets, tongue and mudguard piping offer added visibility in low-light conditi..
Initially released in February 2018 as a limited pre-order in New York and Los Angeles, the Yeezy 500 ‘Blush’ underwent a general release in April 2018. Its moniker is a fitting one, as the monochromatic light taupe finish barely registers as a color. The subdued palette is contrasted by a bold silh..