This Week's Exclusive Heat Check Featuring two Yeezy Drops

This Week's Exclusive Heat Check Featuring two Yeezy Drops

By

Mar. 17 2021, Published 7:15 p.m. ET

This week’s Heat Check features releases from Reebok, Air Jordan Brand and Adidas. The month of March has had an abundance of great releases. From Adidas, we have two new Yeezy concepts including the Adidas Yeezy Quantum Sea Teal and Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Ash Pearl. Air Jordan Brand will be releasing the Air Jordan 3 Midnight Navy. Lastly, Reebok will be rebooting the Reebok Question Mid concept “Why Not Us?”

Air Jordan 3 Midnight Navy

The official colorway for this Air Jordan 3 is midnight navy, cement grey, and white. The entire upper for this new concept Air Jordan 3 is featured in the midnight navy colorway with hints of cement grey elephant print on the overlay, heel and toe, eye stays and sole. A white and navy midsole is complemented perfectly with white laces. The ambiance of this sneaker and how its color scheme is dressed gives off a resemblance to Georgetown University. This sneaker is going to release on March 20 for a retail price of $190. You can purchase them on release day from your local Footlocker and Champs retailers. They will also be available before and after release day on sites like StockX with prices variated on each size.

wp content/uploads///air jordan  midnight navy cement grey white georgetown CT
Source: sneaker news
Article continues below advertisement

Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Ash Pearl

The official colorway for this Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 is ash pearl. The Primeknit upper of this sneaker features different colors ranging from cream, blue, tan and white. Alongside an earth-toned distinctive side-stripe are the laces, which are featured in the same light brown shade. Finishing the design of this sneaker are the semi-translucent midsoles incorporating the boost cushioning. This sneaker is going to release on March 20 for a retail price of $220. These sneakers are available before and after release on sites like GOAT and StockX for variated prices.

wp content/uploads///adidas yeezy boost  v ash blue GY official images
Source: sneaker news

Adidas Yeezy Quantum Sea Teal

The official colorway for this Yeezy Quantum concept is sea teal. The Primeknit upper of this sneaker is featured in a blend of white, grey, black and light teal tones. Both the heels and laces are featured in black with reflective detailing. The semi-translucent encased boost cushioning and gum soles put the finishing touches on this model. This sneaker is going to release on March 19 for a retail price of $250. You can purchase these sneakers on both the GOAT and StockX sites for prices varying per size.

wp content/uploads///fcb adidas yeezy quantum sea teal gy release date
Source: : kicksonfire

Reebok Question Mid ‘Why Not Us?’

The official colorway for this Reebok Question Mid is black and “footwear white.” This sneaker first made an earlier appearance under the name of “Black Toe” back in 2006. Five years previous to that, they were originally worn by Allen Iverson in a 2001 East vs. West exhibition game where he won MVP after leading the East to victory. With everyone doubting the team’s chances of winnings, Iverson and the rest of the players were using this underdog status as a motivational tactic fueled by the phrase “Why Not Us?” With these sneakers greatly resembling the original design, a lot of similarities can be seen. It has the original high contrasted toe box, Vector logos, the embroidered “3” and “Question” logos, and the classic all-white leather upper. This sneaker is going to release on March 19 for a retail price of $140. You can purchase them from your local Footlocker on release day or on StockX with prices variated for each size.

wp content/uploads///Question_Mid_Mens_Basketball_Shoes_Black_GX__standard e
Source: footwear news
Advertisement

© Copyright 2022 Bleu Mag. Bleu Mag is a registered trademark. All Rights Reserved. People may receive compensation for some links to products and services on this website. Offers may be subject to change without notice.