Yeezy Mist Waves Goodbye to Primknit With the All-New Monofilament
What time is it, fam? It’s Yeezy time! Fans of the Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 sneaker better get ready! We will be having plenty of colorways to shop from this Summer. Kanye’s ever-popular Yeezy’s are beginning a new chapter this time, with the release of the “Mono Pack” and all-new material. With four sneakers dropping as a part of the “Mono Pack”, here we will spill you all tea about the first up Yeezy Mist.
Although this “earthy” palette seems much like a “we’ve seen it before”, the “Mono Mist” is different from its forerunners with an entirely new upper, this time. Let’s check out what this all-new take on the legendary silhouette is all about.
Yeezy Mist Discards Primekit for Monofilament Mesh
The traditional YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 model that we know so well has changed. The iconic Primeknit upper is replaced with a translucent monofilament mesh now. Yes, it’s the same material we saw on the previous 350 V2 Static “Stripe”, and on the uppers of the Yeezy 700 V3s. And this time, the monofilament made it to the 350 V2 BOOSTs. The new mesh is also made-up of woven threads, but seems much lighter and smoother than the old PK. Upon the first look, it also seems to be easier to clean in comparison with the Primeknit.
… Onto More Mono Mist Deets
The Yeezy Mist will feature an earthy brown translucent mesh upper, with a burgundy stripe on the side. The stripe extends from the rear pull-tab of the shoe and all the way towards the right edge of the toe-box. The forefoot of the shoe takes on a medium-brown hue, while the color of the heel is more of a caramel shade. Underneath this monofilament mesh you can spot a dark brown inner cage peeking at you with a wild perforated pattern. Sockliners of these Yeezy’s are color-matched with the laces in a light brown tone. The same color appears again on the gum sole of the shoe. Even the eyelets are different on the new pair.
Old iterations of the Yeezy Boost 350 kept eyelets super minimal with very simple holes. The Yeezy Mist, however, has protective rings that surround the lace holes in a matching color for some extra texture. To round off the look, sand-colored details appear on the collar, heel tab and laces match the Boost-filled midsoles of the Mono Mist. The rest of the construction, including the full-length BOOST is staying pretty much the same.
Check out below an on-foot look at the Yeezy Mist colorway.
A release date for the Adidas “Mono Pack” in general, and this dope Yeezy Mist is yet to be announced. We are expecting this drop to hit sometime in the forthcoming Summertime 2021, probably on June 21. The pack of four will launch via adidas.com/yeezy, YEEZY SUPPLY, and select retailers for the usual YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 price of $220 USD.
Perfect “Yeezy Mist” for them Mist-less Summer Days
This is definitely going to be a sick comeback for Yeezy’s. An awesome silhouette, brand new material, a trendy Summer nude shade that goes with anything. We never wonder why Kanye’s Yeezys are so expensive. Did we just say Kanye? This fashion icon of our modern times is more than enough reason for a hefty price-tag. When it’s worth it, it’s worth it, fam!
With this pandemic staying with us another hot summer, you ain’t flexing any formal wear. You are going to have to treat yourself with some lovely kicks to match your daily sweats. Yeezy Mist is here to save your summer days. Sad news though, if you aren’t using a sneaker bot, odds are there’s no way in HELL you’ll be copping at retail!