If you thought 2019 was big for Yeezy, then think again, as this year is going to be absolutely insane. We're literally in the first few days of January and already over ten Kanye x adidas sneakers have been unveiled, with even more on the way. With that said, here's every single Yeezy that's been confirmed for 2020 so far!
Split over three categories, the first few have accurate release dates, the second lot are slated for a Spring 2020 drop, while the final set will launch sometime this year, with a date yet to be etched in stone.
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The only sneaker on this list that has been officially confirmed by the Three Stripes, the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 "Yeshaya" is the first Kanye West shoe of the entire decade. Resembling 2018's "Static", it's set to launch on January 11th exclusively in China, with a Stateside release expected two weeks later on January 25th.
The Yeezy 700 V3 "Alvah" is, hands down, one of the most anticipated sneakers of the year, and we're only just beginning. As stealthy as 2019's "Vanta", this shoe features a mesh base, a RPU caging system, and an ultra comfortable EVA cushioning unit. It's also peppered with glow-in-the-dark features so you can flex in low light conditions on February 15th.
While we don't know the exact release date of the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 "Desert Sage" & "Earth", we know for a fact that they'll be with us sometime in Spring 2020. The "Desert Sage" is the first 350 V2 to feature a reflective stripe along the sides, while the "Earth" is the most autumnal colourway ever, completed with a dash of yellow at the heel.
Yeezy Boost 350 V2 "Flax" & "Linen"
Not much is known about the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 "Flax" & "Linen" but they should be dropping sometime in Spring 2020. Dipped in a light brown hue, each release features their own interesting features. For instance, the "Flax" boasts a contrast grey Boost portion while the "Linen"'s sockliner is injected with a pop of light blue and is lined with a gum rubber outsole.
Following those two 350 V2s, the Yeezy Boost 380 "Earthly" & "Pepper" is also expected to launch sometime in Spring 2020. Set to be the next 380 colourways after 2019's "Alien", the "Earthly" is another autumnal shade while the "Pepper" gives Kanye's latest silo a murdered out makeover, and honestly, we think it looks pure fire.
Yeezy Boost 350 V2 "Cinder"
Time for some sneakers that could drop at any point of the year, including the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 "Cinder" that leaked at the end of 2019. Supposedly going to be painted in a dark charcoal hue, it's also going to feature a full gum rubber outsole underfoot, oozing with 700 "Utility Black" vibes. The heel tab is meant to come back as well, but this hasn't been confirmed.
While we've already seen tonnes of leaked images of the Yeezy Boost 380 "Mist", we still don't know when exactly it'll drop. Boasting the same glitch camo pattern as the "Alien", it combines tans and greys for a palette that is as clean as it gets. Like the previous entry, it too boasts a full gum rubber outsole for durable traction with every step.
Next stop, we have the fourth version of Kanye's beloved chunky crep. First leaked all the way back in 2018 when it was dubbed the 700 VX, we're apparently going to be getting four colourways this year, including the "Bone", the "Orange", the "Phosphor", and the "Triple Black". Replacing the usual leather and suede construction with nylon, this results in a much lighter fit and a much cheaper price.
Yeezy Foam Runner
Possibly the most controversial release of the year, the Yeezy Foam Runner first surfaced in Summer 2019. Set to debut in a khaki colourway, it's partially made from algae foam, which is a step in the right direction towards Kanye's dedication to sustainability. It's also set to be priced at around £60 a pop so it's pretty affordable too.
Yeezy Quantum "White" & "Barium"
Last but not least, we have the Yeezy Quantum "White" & "Barium". A silhouette that has gone through a ton of design changes to get to this point, not much is known about this shoe, but it'll be Kanye's official debut into the world of basketball sneakers. Bearing a striking resemblance to the 700 V3 but with Boost cushioning, we're beyond hyped for these to finally launch.