The retro-driven Calabasas look, which originates from the Adidas Powerphase training shoes from the ’80s, was introduced in March with a cream-colored style. It was released again during the summer, but the model hasn’t been seen since — until now.
First up for the Powerphase styles is a monochromatic gray look built with a soft leather upper, cushioned with a die-cut EVA midsole and capped off with a high-abrasion rubber outsole for long-lasting durability.
Branding is kept minimal, with gold Calabasas foil appearing at the quarter panel along with a green and red Adidas logo near the eyelets.
The gray Yeezy Powerphase is priced at $120 and will be released Dec. 9 from adidas.com/yeezy, Yeezy Supply and select Adidas Originals retailers. Reservations at Adidas Originals stores will be available prior to the launch via the brand’s Confirmed app.
In addition to this gray style, a black Yeezy Powerphase is expected to be released this month, although that colorway has not yet been confirmed.
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