Bulky runners are looking to be more prominent, thanks to the introduction of Balenciaga's Triple S sneaker and Kanye West's forthcoming YEEZY Boost 700 Wave Runner.

With fast fashion brands always having a keen eye on what luxurious labels are offering, Zara has now utilized Balenciaga's Triple S silhouette for the design of its newest footwear model, the Multi-Piece sneaker.

Essentially mimicking the aesthetic of the Triple S, Zara's more budget-friendly counterpart is also defined by a blend of different materials and colors across its upper, in addition to a chunky rubber sole unit.

Priced at about $35 USD, compared to Balenciaga's $795 USD, you can cop this pair instead if you don't have the funds.

Now here's how the Balenciaga Triple S sneaker got its name.

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