March is set to be another big month for the YEEZY brand, and YM has the rundown on exactly what to expect.
The deluge of drops this month will be kicked off by a re-release of the YEEZY 500 "Blush".
The "Blush" was the first colorway released under the YEEZY 500 silhouette, initially dropping in February 2018 with a wider release in April 2018.
The YEEZY 500 "Blush" will feature no changes in appearance compared to its original release, meaning we will be seeing a light taupe upper made up of suede and mesh. This is mated to a highly comfortable adiPRENE midsole.
The YEEZY 500 "Blush" re-releases exclusively for the European market on March 3rd at a retail price of $200.
The next sneaker to drop is another re-release - the YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 "MX Rock" is set to return.
The "MX Rock" features a charcoal primeknit upper with a randomized swirling pattern all over, which consists of slate grey as well as light and dark browns. Like all other YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 models, the sneaker features an enclosed BOOST midsole for added comfort.
The YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 "MX Rock" is expected to re-release exclusively for the Chinese market on March 4th, at the usual retail price of $220.
Another big re-release follows closely behind the "MX Rock", with the next March drop being the return of the YEEZY BOOST 700 V2 "Static".
The sneaker that showcased first showcased the YEEZY BOOST 700 V2 silhouette, the "Static" features a monochromatic appearance mainly consisting of silvers, whites and greys of various shades. The sneaker retains the high quality materials used in all YEEZY BOOST 700 V2 models, meaning we'll be seeing a sneaker constucted mainly from leather, mesh and suede.
The YEEZY BOOST 700 V2 "Static" is set to re-release on March 5th at a retail price of $300.
The "Ochre" and "Pure" feature no stylistic changes from their past releases, and both continue to be constructed from a comfortable moulded EVA foam.
The "Onyx" features an appearance that directly references its name, being charcoal all over. The slide also saw an early release at Ye's recent Donda 2 Experience concert.
All three of these slides will release on March 7th, at a retail price of $60. In addition to this, all three colorways will be available in full family sizing.
The triple release of YEEZY SLIDES will then be followed by a double release less than a week later, with the launch of the YZY FOAM RUNNER in the "Mist" and "Stone Sage" colorways.
The YZY FOAM RUNNER "Mist" is the more subtle of the two releases, with the clog based sneaker being colored tan all over.
On the other hand, the YZY FOAM RUNNER "Stone Sage" is colored faded grey with a randomised pattern consisting of darker greys and light browns. Overall, the sneaker has patterning similar to what is showcased on the YZY FOAM RUNNER "MX Cream Clay" and "MX Sand Grey".
Both models feature the characteristic circular perforations which are a mainstay on YZY FOAM RUNNER models, and are both constructed using a comfortable moulded EVA foam solution.
These two releases will hit storefronts on March 11th, at a retail price of $80. Like the YEEZY SLIDE release a week before this, both of these YZY FOAM RUNNER models will be available in full family sizing.
Finishing up this round of drops is the long awaited re-release of the YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 "Core Black/White".
The "Core Black/White", also known by many as the "Oreo" will not feature any stylistic changes from its initial release in late 2016. This means we'll be seeing a jet black primeknit upper with a cream white stripe - complete with 'SPLY-350' branding.
Like all other YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 models, the "Oreo" also features an enclosed BOOST midsole.
The YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 "Oreo" will re-release on March 12th at a retail price of $230.
That wraps up this set of releases - for more information on the second part showcasing more YEEZY sneakers to release this month, make sure to keep updated with YM through our social media channels.