Usually known for his crazy workload and the ever-expanding Yeezy release schedule, Ye and his team have been comparatively quiet of late. With only a handful of releases since Christmas over a month ago, it’s clear the Yeezy team have made a concerted effort to take their foot off the gas, which might not be such a bad thing given the market has become a little saturated recently.

But if you’re one of the sneakerheads who just can’t get enough of the Yeezy releases despite the abundance of offerings in recent years, then you’ll be glad to know there’s a trio of updates scheduled for February, and they’re most certainly an improvement on some of the more underwhelming looks we saw at the back end of 2020.

The most noticeable thing about the upcoming colourways is two thirds of them come in the form of the Yeezy Boost 350 V2, the imprint’s most popular silhouette which has received much less attention lately as Ye chose to focus his creative talents on the 380 instead.

So without further adieu, let’s take a look at the three new Yeezys set to land in February.

Yeezy 700 v3 “Kyanite”

Known online as the “reverse Arzareth” due to the similarities it shares with the earlier 700 v3 colourway, the “Kyanite” blends blue and white hues, while utilizing the silhouette’s trademark, off-the-wall design specs to deliver a worthy addition to this weird and wonderful family.

If you wish to add the Yeezy 700 v3 “Kyanite” to your collection you’ll need to enter the raffle, but although it’s been easier to score on some of the more recent draws, judging by the online furore since it was unveiled, this one’s set to prove popular.

Yeezy Boost 350 v2 “Ash Blue”

After being somewhat abandoned, the Yeezy Boost 350 v2 is back with a bang with the brand spanking new “Ash Blue” iteration. Featuring the customary Primeknit upper that comes dressed in an array of dazzling patterns, along with a mustard yellow side stripe, and a semi-translucent Boost midsole, this one’s a must-have for lovers of this fabled silhouette.

Although no official release date has been announced as of yet, the “Ash Blue” will arrive sometime in February, which is great timing as the darker tones make this a great purchase for the colder, wetter months.

Yeezy Boost 350 v2 “Ash Stone”

On the third and final installment of Yeezy’s February showcase, Kanye returns to the earthy tones that helped catapult his Adidas offshoot into the sneaker stratosphere back in the mid-teenies. Various brown hues ranging from dark to tan are present on the Primeknit upper, while the side stripe is painted in a floral pink to bring the shoe to life with some eye-catching, contrasted colour. Underfoot is a dark midsole, coupled with a sandy-coloured treading to complete a nostalgia-inducing look reminiscent of the good old days when Yeezy ruled the roost.

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