While many people have struggled to even get a pair of Adidas Yeezy sneakers, there are a select few fans who take it a step further when they do get their hands on a pair — they customize them.
Of course, the Kardashian-West family has some special one-off editions made by the company. Kanye West was spotted wearing a pair of black Yeezy Boost 750s, but without the strap across the foot — leading to a trend of fans cutting the strap off theirs in an attempt to mimic the designer.
Diddy had these custom pink Yeezy Boost 350s made in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.Instagram.
Chris Brown’s red Yeezy Boost 350s.Instagram.
The Shoe Surgeon, who has built a following by custom-making and creatively customizing sneakers, made an ombré pair, dyed varying shades of blue. He’s also made a pair of Yeezy Boost 750s featuring Adidas’ signature shell toe.
Yeezy Boost 350s custom-dyed by The Shoe Surgeon.Instagram.
The Shoe Surgeon customized these black Yeezy Boost 750s with a new sole.Instagram.
His design partner, John Geiger, shared a pair of forest green-dyed Yeezy Boost 350s on his Instagram.
John Geiger, who works with The Shoe Surgeon, dyed his Yeezy Boost 350s forest green.Instagram.
Custom sneaker designer Jake Danklefs shared a photo of a pair of bright green Yeezy Boost 750s that he made for Atlanta Falcons player Charles Godfrey.
Custom footwear designer Jake Danklefs wrote on his Instagram account that these green Yeezy Boost 750s were made for Atlanta Falcons player Charles Godfrey.Instagram.
But the most creative pair might just be these Yeezy Boost 750s by Mache Custom Kicks, which are inspired by “Toy Story” character Woody’s cowboy outfit.
Yeezy Boost 750s inspired by “Toy Story” character Woody.Instagram.
Click through the gallery to see more custom-made and customized Yeezy sneakers.