It’s hard to argue that Kanye West’s Adidas Yeezy line isn’t the most popular line in the footwear industry right now. Even with the bevy of colorways that have already been released for some of its trademark Adidas styles, most notably the Yeezy Boost 350 V2, it seems as though each recent release continues to sell out faster than the one that preceded it.
Before West officially landed with Adidas in 2014, fans were also treated to a handful of sneaker releases with other brands including Nike’s Air Yeezy models as well as collaborations with brands including Bape, Reebok, and even the luxury fashion brand Louis Vuitton.
If you’re on the hunt for some Yeezy sneakers to add to your collection, we’ve compiled below some of the best sneakers that Kanye West has ever released, which available for purchase right now.
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Adidas Yeezy Powerphase
Inspired by an Adidas tennis shoe from the ‘80s, the Yeezy Powerphase keeps it simple but classic with a low-cut construction on the upper and Calabasas branding on the sides.
Adidas Yeezy Boost 750
Kanye West’s partnership with Adidas kicked off with the release of the Adidas Yeezy 750. The high-top model boasts a tonal suede upper, including a mid-foot strap and a zipper running up the heel. The shoe sits atop a Boost-cushioned midsole.
Adidas Yeezy Boost 700
The Adidas Yeezy Boost 700 was released during the height of the recent chunky dad-shoe trend. It featured a combination of soft suedes, mesh, and leather on the upper, with a chunky Boost-cushioned midsole to finish off the look.
Nike Air Yeezy 1
Released in 2009, the Nike Air Yeezy 1 marked the first-ever Nike collaboration for West and the first time that he ever released his own sneaker silhouette.
Adidas Yeezy Boost 700 V2
The Yeezy Boost 700 V2 opts for a similar mesh and suede upper to the original, which has been rearranged to create a new design. The silhouette keeps the Boost cushioning for comfort.
Adidas Yeezy Boost 350
In 2015, Adidas introduced the second sneaker model of the Yeezy line, dubbed the Yeezy Boost 350. The model boasts a low-cut Primeknit upper that’s complemented with Boost-cushioned tooling underneath.
Adidas Yeezy 500
Although the Adidas Yeezy 500 doesn’t feature Adidas’ trademark Boost technology in the shoe, the design makes up for it with a mix of suede and mesh on the upper and an adiPrene foam midsole.
Adidas Yeezy 700 V3
For the Yeezy 700 V3, West replaced the traditional Boost midsole with new cushioning technology in the midsole. The sneaker keeps the same look as its predecessors.
Adidas Yeezy Boost 380
One of the more recent models to be released from the Adidas Yeezy line is the Yeezy Boost 380. It was originally thought to be the V3 version of the Yeezy Boost 350. For good reason, as it appears to take design elements from the model.
Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2
Arguably the most popular sneaker from the Adidas Yeezy line, the Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 features a low-cut Primeknit upper that’s paired with Boost cushioning in the midsole for all-day comfort.
Nike Air Yeezy 2
A follow-up to the Nike Air Yeezy 1 is the Nike Air Yeezy 2. Released back in 2014, the style is arguably still the most coveted model ever released by West.
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