As we are getting into Spring/ Summer, Yeezy has been releasing more footwear fit for the warmer season. After a double release of Foam Rnrs in March. April is set to bring us another new colorway.

The Sulfur Foam Rnr features neutral colorway Iof this futuristic slip-on. They are made from injected EVA foam providing instant comfort and durability. They feature a monochromatic Limeade finish, and doesn’t feature any marble patterns this time around. The Foam Rnr offers the convenience of a slip-on, while still giving resilience of a sneaker.

The cutouts on the top provide breathable comfort and air flow, while adding to the design aesthetic. The slip-on has a textured footbed, providing immediate comfort and helps to keep your foot secure. The bottom has wavy lines that make up the traction pattern, and small Adidas branding at the heel.

Look for these to Launching April in full family sizing for $90 $65 $45. They will drop on Confirmed, Yeezy Supply, and select retailers in your area. Also according to @jadagreat38 there is some rumblings that we might see the Stone Sage drop again along side these, but not confirmed as of yet. Make sure to turn on notifications to be the first to know when we post about upcoming Yeezy Launches and news, here or on our social medias below. Shoutout to the JA Discord and @jadagreat38 for the assist.


    We have now reached a new era in sneakers, one where slides and foam footwear is dominating the market. Whether it’s the crazy look of some of these slip-ons or just because of the extreme comfort level, whatever the reason is, it seems everyone has to have a foam sneaker in their collection these days.

    Adidas officially announced the ADI fomQ on Twitter yesterday showing that this new sneaker is based on the adidas Quake, a sneaker that came out back in 2001. The foam exoskeleton strategic holes through out bearing a similar shape seen on the adidas Quake. The grey sock like bootie make up the interior, and can be taken out of the sneaker if preferred. The sock-like interior also has an orange trefoil fused on the tongue with some more orange accents at the ankle. Flat grey laces complete the upper making this foam sneaker less if a slip-on like other on the market.

    While adidas didn’t announce the colorway name or an exact release date you can exoect these to drop later this year. Grab a look at the official images below. Keep is locked to our social medias to stay up to date on YEEZY launches & news from the sneaker world.

    New images via adidas

    As the restock list continues to grow for YEEZY Day we will be getting some new releases as well. Last year on YD as far as new releases went, we only seen two. The YZY FOAM RNR Cream Clay dropped first thing, and actually released in stores. The other new release was the YZY 700 V3 Dark Glow, which looks exactly like the Alvah 700 V3, this drop however didn’t release in stores and launched on adidas Confirmed like the restocks do on YD.

    This year YEEZY is kicking it up a notch with multiple new releases to go with all the restocks, there is a couple 700s, a 450 and a new SLIDE colorway. Everyone’s favorite slip-on is coming back in an all new Flax colorway. Unfortunately we haven’t seen this colorway yet, but based off the Flax 350 V2 these will likely bare a light tan finish with a hint pale yellow.

    The YZY SLIDE features a soft injected EVA foam, making them lightweight yet durable. The slide has went through multiple updates since it’s initial release. YEEZY has consistently made new improvements along the way wanting to make them the perfect slip-on. The EVA foam from the first few slide releases had a firmer consistency plus many sizing issues. They once again changed the molds last year when they added the texturized feature, and appears they are using a new blend of EVA foam because they are much softer and the sizing is more correct than it’s ever been.

    The YEEZY SLIDE comes in a minimalistic design featuring open-toe construction with a monochrome finish. The texturized outer layer utilizes a soft layer in the foot bed offering supreme comfort. The outsole is made up of exaggerated V grooves helping with the comfort and traction. Look for the YEEZY SLIDE Flax to drop in full family sizing on August 1st as part of YEEZY Day for $70, $50, & $40 retails.

    Make sure to keep it locked to all our social medias so you can be the first to know when we post upcoming YEEZY drops and news. Quick Disclaimer, we haven’t seen this colorway yet so the mock-ups above are only what we assume they will look like. Nevertheless if we are spot on or way off, this is just a way to let you know more slide colorways are coming.


    When the 450 was first seen on Ye at Paris fashion week the YEEZY community went crazy over the final version of this model, which had been teased for a few years. YEEZY & adidas did a great job at keeping the initial release quiet, as news about YZY 450 Cloud White launch didn’t come out until a week before the drop.

    The YEEZY 450, this Yeezy model is made in Germany and features a unique design element and uses incomparable technology, using state of the art, automated manufacturing during production. The one piece upper made from adidas’ engineered Primeknit, wraps the foot in a sock-like build providing a flexible fit and comfort. The upper is mated to a soft injected polyurethane midsole offering responsiveness and cushioning.

    The 450’s midsole features a tapered exoskeleton like cage extending up at the heel and midfoot offering stability and durability, while delivering a futuristic one of a kind aesthetic. The rubber outsole completes the sneaker matching rest of the monochromatic sneaker featuring a wavy traction pattern. Other details include tonal rope laces, Ortholite insole, and sock like cuff at the ankle area.

    With only samples getting some slight updates to the model thus far, it’s hard to tell which way YEEZY is gonna take the 450 since not all samples will release. Here is a look at the newest 450 sample colorway to surface, along with a few others that have surfaced as of late. This first one comes in a monochromatic abalone grey throughout the upper, keeping the same aesthetic seen on pairs that have released.

    The exoskeleton cage on these feature a silver finish darker than the upper adding some definition to the sample. The laces shown are not what come with this colorway, they are actually closer to the knit in color. The outsole has a finish the same color as the knit also offering some more contrast from the darker midsole. At this time we can’t confirm if this sample is releasing as there is just as many sample colors showing up as released pairs

    See below for more detailed shots of this colorway, and we’ve added images of some samples that have shown up recently. What colorways would you like to see drop for the 450 model? Go to our socials below and let us know your thoughts. Turn notifications on so you know everytime we post more YEEZY samples and launch news.

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    Sample images via @thy.prin.ce
    Utility Black sample launching on YEEZY Day

    Whether you agree with Ye that adidas is making their own fake YEEZY Slides or not. There is no denying the amount of hype these have. With only 3 colorways dropping so far out of many, these are quickly becoming one of the most popular slides on the market today.

    We first seen the Desert Sand, Magic Lime, and Magic lime/ Desert SandMx” initially drop in June, there’s already a plethora of colors coming up as well. Besides while YEEZY Slide resell is steadily going down due to all the restocks, some people can’t justify paying over $100 for a $70 slide. If you still haven’t managed to hit a pair of YEEZY Slides for retail yet, the Adilette 22 is a nice substitute. Or these might be the better of the 2 in your opinion. Either way both are a grey choice for summer wear, both have plenty of colorways/ drops planned

    Adidas already has three more colorways announced in a grey, black, and black/grey colors. The grey and black colorways are exactly what they sound like. Both coming in a monochromatic look and featuring the same build we have seen from the released pairs from June. The black/grey colorway is another “Mx” color, featuring a mostly grey finish with black marbling mixed through the slide. As past has proven with sneakers in general these black and grey colorways will bring as much, if not more hype to the Adilette 22 as the first three colorways have.

    I personally don’t agree with Ye that adidas is deliberately copying his design, as they are slides, and there is only so many shapes you can make them in the first place. Maybe adidas took some inspiration from the earth tones YEEZY is known for, but it looks like adidas is already moving away from that with these new sample colorways surfacing recently. The newest sample colorway comes in a mix of vibrant greens with black marbling throughout. This isn’t the only vibrant sample that has surfaced either. This along with the 3D pinted design make these one of a kind.

    Next up another vibrant sample hit Instagram from account Future Basics. They recently posted an Azure blue Adilette 22 sample. This colorway features a mostly blue finish with a white marbled pattern throughout.

    Lastly recently shared on Instagram by Sample_Kicks, another “Mx” colorway. This one consists of a mostly pink finish with with a black marbled pattern all over the slide. If these 2 colorways are a look at what adidas has planned for the Adilette 22 Slide, then we have a lot to get excited for coming later this year

    Let us know on our social medias if you are a fan of the Adilette 22. Do you like the earth to e or the vibrant tone more? Keep it lock here and have notifications on to be notified everytime we post YEEZY & Sneaker updates .

    Green image via @woganwodeyang


    Planned colorway images via @de.sneakerz

    Adidas has long been known for their sock-like running shoes made popular with the Ultraboost. A model that was so hyped at one point, adidas had life long Nike fans trading in their air for BOOST™. That was short lived, as adidas started to base almost every new sneaker around the sock-like construction the Ultraboost became popular for instead of evolving.

    It appears adidas has decided to make some changes in their lineup and join the ongoing trend of foam slides and clogs. A look YEEZY and Crocs have been dominating with the YZY FOAM RNR, YZY Slides, Crocs in general, and their Pollex Clog collab with Salehe Bembury. Still under development images of the adidas COSMIC fomQUAKE samples have surfaced lately giving us a peak at what an adidas foam sneaker looks like. The first image surfaced in 2021, unfortunately blogs ran with it, stating it was a FOAM RNR V2, due to the similarities on the upper. While we are all ready to see what Ye can do on a version 2 FOAM RNR. The first image just looked like something was missing.

    Recently as more images have surfaced it was revealed that a lot was missing in the first leaked image. The one piece injected EVA foam exoskeleton encases a grey sock-like bootie that can be worn inside sneaker or taken out. The sock-like bootie adds another layer to the foam build, making them look more like a sneaker than a clog. Small hole in the top make up the eyelets for lacing system. This sample features flat laces that likely only serve a purpose for looks, rather than actually needing them to keep your foot locked in.

    This ADI fom Q sample doesn’t feature a ton of color, but an orange adidas trefiloil logo sits on the tongue’s lateral side with another hint of orange at the ankle collar. Part of the one piece Foam build, the midsole should be on another level as far as comfort, as it made from the same EVA foam as the YZY FOAM RNR.

    The outsole features two rubber pieces fused to the bottom, making the shoe more durable, with better grip than if it was just foam. This is not something you usually see on a foam silhouette, but this will definitely make them last longer. More sample colorways have already been made with some featuring an “Mx” pattern on the upper. Unfortunately we are not allowed to share these to the public yet. Just know that this model is gonna take off for adidas

    A black pair has also surfaced in a different design, along with a white version of the same style. Even less is known about these, and they may not even release. The upper features a more dynamic design with sleeker cutouts. The overall shape is much more compressed compared the the adiFOM Q. The sock-like booty seems to be made from a version of adidas’ Primeknit with an elastic cuff, similar to what you see on the YZY 450.

    It’s hard to tell exactly what outer shell is made from, but the style is similar to the ADI fomQ by having the 2 piece upper. The lacing system On this pair is integrated into the booty, all images of this model doesn’t have laces, but they will likely feature round laces. The foam midsole consists of intricate designs throughout matching the upper.

    The adidas adiFOM Q is still in a sample phase, with a release expected at the end of 2022 or possibly early 2023. Make sure to turn on notifications to be notified every time we about upcoming YEEZY launches and sneaker news. Stay tuned into our social medias let us know if you like us venturing out beyond just posting YEEZY news.

    Images via Future Basics and Lil Jupiter