Last week, Kanye West unveiled what he called the “YEEZY Slides” on Twitter. West followed that up with a tweet that said these were a “rough draft,” meaning this creation is unlikely to release in the near future. Nevertheless, Twitter was on hand to mercilessly roast ’Ye’s latest design, comparing it to Play-Doh, Crocs, and even gummy sharks.

The slides, pictured above and below, are admittedly very basic and the weird blue shade reminiscent of nursing scrubs clearly doesn’t help either. Although these will almost certainly not release, Twitter users made their feelings towards the YEEZY Slides crystal clear.

Scroll through the reactions below and let us know your own thoughts on the Yeezy slides in the comments.

When you’ve got to save lives but still want to look steezy AF


Yeezy Slides Cupcake 400

That sole tho

This user is way ahead of even Kanye

Gummy sharks

Will blue ripple soles become a trend?

Unconfirmed but possible

You know they had to do it to ’em

Next, check out Drake’s OVO-branded uniforms for Miami High School here.

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