The fall is going to be a big season for the adidas Yeezy brand. While the sneakers once set off a pop culture phenomenon by being super exclusive, they now have several sneaker releases scheduled that should have wider accessibility. In total, there are seven different shoes coming this fall, four re-issues and three new drops. All but one of the pairs will retail for $220. In September, the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 v2 Cream White colorway and the adidas Yeezy Boost 700 hit stores for the second time. The Cream White shoe has what Boost 350 fans have grown accustomed to, with an all-white primeknit upper, matching white stripes and a semi-translucent white Boost sole.
The Boost 700 was the first chunky running shoe released by Kanye West and it returns in the original Solid White/Chalk White/Core Black colorway. This is one shoe that breaks away from the $220 price point as it is set to sell for $250. Two familiar Boost 350s will make their comeback in October along with a new colorway of the shoe. The Zebra and Semi-Frozen Yellow v2s are the kicks that are making their second go-around in circulation. The newcomer in the mix is a Boost 350 with a tan/gum sole. This shoe features an all-white upper and a white midsole as well. Two new releases round out the schedule in November. The two on deck are a light grey version of the Yeezy Boost 500 and a grey/neon Yeezy Boost 700.