Frequently Asked Questions About Yeezy Shoes

What materials are commonly used in Yeezy shoes?

Yeezy sneakers utilize a variety of materials, depending on the specific model in question. Many Yeezy shoes use Primeknit, a proprietary adidas fabric that is lightweight and flexible to conform to the foot without restricting movement. Some Yeezys use suede and premium leather in place of the Primeknit for fashion purposes, and others utilize monofilament mesh for a unique look.

What are some unique technologies found in YEEZY footwear?

Yeezy shoes may use one of several types of cushioning. The Yeezy Boost line incorporates adidas' Boost foam, made up of tiny cells of plastic that encase air for shock absorption and energy return. Other models use adiPRENE cushioning in the heel to minimize impact or adiPRENE+ at the toe and forefoot for more responsive take-off.

Are any Yeezy colorways limited edition?

Every Yeezy shoe is released in limited quantities though adidas assured sneakerheads that anyone who wants Yeezys would be able to get them. However, some colorways were produced in fewer quantities than others. For example, the Static Reflective colorway of the Yeezy Boost 350 v2, which features reflective laces and paneling on a semi-translucent black upper, was limited to 5,000 pairs upon release. Similarly, the Yeezy Boost 350 v2 in Semi Frozen Yellow, with a highlighter-yellow Primeknit upper and SPLY-350 branding on the side, was also more limited than other colorways.

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