Brand: adidas YEEZY

Model: Slide, Quantum MNVN, 500, 450, and Desert Boot

Release Date: September

Price: $60 - $250

Buy: Online at adidas

Editor's Notes: DONDA has (finally) dropped, and Drake's Certified Lover Boy is upon us, but the adidas YEEZY September preview suggests Kanye isn't letting up just yet. 

Kanye West's rollout of his tenth studio album, DONDA, felt like it lasted a lifetime. From listening party to listening party, push-back to push-back, and an endless supply of subs between himself and Champagne Papi, it felt like YEEZY season would never end. If you've somehow found yourself to be immune to Kanye fatigue, fret not; it's not over just yet.

Back in 2015, Mr. West managed to make one of the boldest statements ever heard in the sneaker industry: "Everybody who wants to get Yeezys will get Yeezys." Most took it as a fallacy, given how difficult or was to cop a pair through primary releases. These sentiments rang true for several years until the frequency of releases rose sharply, and the YEEZY release calendar became stacked with restocks. 

September's preview calendar puts eyes on a busy month ahead. Kicking things off is a restock of the fan-favorite adidas YEEZY slides in three of the most recently released colorways. Next up is the YEEZY Boost 700 MNVN in "Onyx" and "Honey Flux," followed by the 500 in “Brown Clay” and the Desert Boot in "Rock" and "Oil." From what we can see, the final release will be the "Cloud White" iteration of the 450. 

It looks like there is more than enough on offer from adidas YEEZY this September to keep you busy. That is, of course, until another round of releases and restocks in October. 

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