Kanye West looks set to have one of the most influential summers of his fashion career this year. Not only is the illustrious GAP collaboration finally scheduled to drop, but we are also on track to see one of the most significant Adidas x Yeezy releases since the duo joined forces back in 2015. 

I take a look at the complete line-up of releases for Summer 2021. We see a range of brand new colourways and a selection of restocks all Yeezy fans and sneakerheads have been waiting for. Take a look below at what ‘Ye has in store for us. 

Yeezy Slides, June 2021. 

The first round of releases we expect to see from West and Adidas is the restock of multiple Yeezy slide colourways. We will also see two new Orange and Glow Green versions. The Yeezy slides have become the footwear of choice for sneakerheads turned beach-goers. The iconic EVA Foam slides give collectors a chance to rep Yeezy even when poolside. 

The slides popularity has skyrocketed since customers have found out just how comfortable they are. We expect each colourway to instantly sell out with the hype around the silhouette bigger than ever. 

Click here to shop the slides available at Laced. 

Yeezy 350 V2 ‘Mono’ Pack, June 2021. 

The Yeezy 350 has always been one of the most iconic Yeezy silhouettes to release. Ever since the first ‘Turtledove’ colourway, the 350 has become the go-to silhouette for many of us. The sneaker has seen many colourways drop, with Kanye determined to have every person laced in a pair of 350s that wanted them. 

The upcoming ‘Mono’ pack sees ‘Ye update the V2 350 with a Clay, Ice, and Mist colourway. The barely translucent uppers reveal a webbed design underneath, with the ever-present stripe also featuring across the side of the shoe. 

The 350 is consistently one of the most popular sneakers to release, with the eye-catching ‘Mono’ pack will definitely excite fans. 

Yeezy 450, June + September 2021. 

The Yeezy 450 has quickly become one of the most talked-about silhouettes to come out of the Adidas x Yeezy banner. The sock-like upper is contrasted by an extreme, wave-like sole unit covering half of the shoes upper. The shoe is set to release in a previously unseen ‘Dark Slate’ colourway in June, with a restock of the OG ‘Cloud White’ scheduled for a restock in September. 

Click here to find your size in the Yeezy 450 ‘Cloud White’ on Laced. 

Yeezy Foam Runner, July + October 2021.  

As with a handful of Mr West’s designs, the original imagery causes quite the stir. People initially hated the Foam Runner. The bizarre design was considered similar to Crocs, but it was not until people began to get these in hand that they appreciated the creation. The sneaker, which is also crafted from the super-comfy EVA Foam, was catapulted into the sneaker of the year discussion for 2020. We are about to see new colourways drop of the iconic slip-on shoe. 

The Foam Runner is scheduled to drop in a gold colourway dubbed ‘Ochre’ in July, whilst a bright red colourway named ‘Vermilion’ is expected to release in October. If the previous Foam Runner’s reception is anything to go by, these will be instant classics. 

Yeezy Boost 700 ‘Wave Runner’, August 2021. 

The ‘Wave Runner’ was one of Kanye West’s most daring designs when released in 2017. The sneaker was ‘Ye’s first attempt at a ‘dad shoe’ and saw the Yeezy founder go in a completely different direction with the shoe’s design. The ‘Wave Runner’ was slightly ahead of its time, with people questioning the shoe upon its initial release. Since, though, the sneaker’s popularity has boomed, with many sneakerheads ecstatic about the re-release of the now-classic silhouette. 

The combination of various materials and colours paired with the super-comfy Ultra Boost sole unit gives the sneaker its wavy moniker. We expect the August release to eclipse to OG drop back in January ’17 completely. 

Click here to find your size in the Yeezy ‘Wave Runner’ on Laced. 


Yeezy 700 ‘MNVN’, August + October 2021. 

The ‘Wave Runner’ isn’t going to be the only Yeezy 700 we see release over the next few months. The ever-popular ‘MNVN’ pack is scheduled to see a resurgence over the summer. 

We are set to see the re-release of the ‘Orange’ and ‘Triple Black’ colourways, as well as a brand new gold colourway, dubbed the ‘Honey flux’. The sneakers uppers are crafted from a nylon material and display the ‘700’ branding across the shoe’s lateral side. A Boost sole unit gives the ‘MNVN’ its unbeatable comfort, making this Yeezy a must-cop. 

Click here to shop the ‘MNVN’ on Laced. 

Yeezy 350 V2 ‘Reflective’ Pack + Yeezy 350 V2 ‘Tail Light’, August 2021. 

One of the major restocks that have fans of the Adidas x Yeezy collaboration excited is the re-release of the reflective pack. This pack contains the ‘Black Static’, ‘Cloud White’ and ‘Synth’ models. All three feature the primeknit uppers with reflective components. This drop will be the first time these silhouettes have re-released since the first time in 2019. 

Releasing alongside these legendary reflective models will be the Yeezy 350 V2 ‘Tail Light’. Despite not having the reflective elements of the other three silhouettes, the ‘Tail Light’ is a fan-favourite due to the re-introduction of the pull tab on the heel. The release marks the first time the ‘Tail Light’ has dropped worldwide. The sneaker was initially a European and Russia release only. 

Click here to shop the Yeezy 350 V2 on Laced. 

Yeezy Desert Boot Pack, September 2021. 

The Yeezy Desert Boot initially released back in 2019. It was the perfect way for sneakerheads to flex at both festivals and during the colder months. Well, the wait is finally over to be able to pick up a pair of the iconic ‘Oil’ and ‘Rock’ colourways. Both silhouettes will re-release in September 2021, just in time for winter. We expect Yeezy collectors to snap these up just like they did back in April ’19. 

Combining hardwearing materials on the upper with the chunky sole unit makes the Yeezy Desert Boot the perfect wet-weather shoe. 


Yeezy QNTM ‘Onyx’, September 2021.

West and Adidas put the entire basketball scene on notice when they teased the Yeezy QNTM. The duo then shut down the NBA all-star weekend by giving out pairs of the basketball sneaker to passers-by in Chicago from a tank (remember that?). Well, the QNTM is back in a stealthy ‘Onyx’ colourway that is perfect for the court or the street. 

Primeknit uppers are combined with a neoprene collar, guaranteeing comfort and support if you are looking to hoop in them. 


Yeezy Boost 250 V2 ‘Blue Tint’ + Yeezy Boost 500 ‘Blush’, November 2021. 

The final two big restocks we will see is the extremely popular ‘Blut Tint’ 350 and the ‘Blush’ colourway of the Yeezy 500. 

The ‘Blue Tint’ 350 V2 borrows design aspects from the ‘Zebra’ colourway. The striped pattern features across the primeknit upper. The slight blue glow across the sneaker makes the already vibrant sneaker that little bit more appealing. The legendary SPLY-350 branding can be found on the sneaker, too. You will also find ultra Boost technology in the armoured sole unit—a throwback sneaker to Kanye’s past domination. 

The Yeezy 500 ‘Blush’ initially dropped back in 2018 and was West’s fourth silhouette to come out of the Adidas camp. The uppers are crafted from premium suede and mesh, whilst the extreme, chunky sole unit is created from adiPrene cushioning. The entire silhouette is covered in the ‘Blush’ hue. This makes the sneaker the perfect combination of minimalist design paired with insane aesthetics.