You’ve gotta hand it to Kanye and his team over at Yeezy. While the rest of the world has been in meltdown due to the coronavirus pandemic, they’ve been hard at work producing their most jam-packed schedule to date, with over 20 styles still to land before the end of the year.

While the majority of the soon-to-be-released styles will drop in December, there are some tasty arrivals on their way in November too. To help keep you in the loop with what to expect, here are all the Yeezys ready to be unveiled next month.

Yeezy Boost V2 “Fade”

After causing anger within the Muslim community by naming a couple of 350 V2 colourways after prominent figures in the Quran, Yeezy recently made the decision to rename all of its upcoming styles, removing any religious references to avoid causing any more offence.

One of the styles given a new moniker is the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 “Fade” – formerly known as the “Yecher” – and despite a less exotic name we’re still as stoked as ever for the arrival of this brown and purple-infused colourway.

With the usual design specs we’ve come to know and love including the mottled Primeknit upper, lateral sidestripe and semi-translucent Boost midsole with gum-coloured treading underneath, the “Fade” is another worthy addition to the bulging collection and will arrive on November 11.

Yeezy 700 “Safflower”

Another Yeezy style given a new title is the Yeezy 700 V3 “Safflower” which was originally known as the “Srphym” before its rebrand.

The off-the-wall 700 V3 always divides opinion when it’s released, but the cult following its amassed within the sneaker community is always delighted whenever a new colourway is announced, and it’s a familiar story this time around with enthusiasm as strong as ever.

The style comes dressed in a yellow and white Primeknit upper that’s set beneath a white rubber cage, with a large EVA foam midsole underfoot giving the shoe a cushioning that rivals the Boost-inclusive silhouettes elsewhere. This one lands on November 7 so if you’re a fan of the 700 then be sure to pen the date in your diary!

Yeezy 500 “Utility Black”

Fans of the Yeezy 500 have had to wait patiently for a new release of their prized silhouette – the last one to land was the “Soft Vision” pastel pink colourway last November which wasn’t to everyone’s taste anyway – but the wait is finally over as the “Utility Black” is receiving a highly-anticipated restock.

The much-loved all-black colourway first arrived on the scene back in the summer of 2018 and since then it’s become a popular number on the resale market, with some paying up to £500 to cop a pair of the stealthy sneakers.

Made from a combination of mesh, suede and leather, with its avant-garde, oval-shaped lacing system the innovative design specs make this one of Ye’s most ambitious styles yet.

The announcement of a restock sent shockwaves through the sneaker community, with resellers gutted to discover one of their assets was about to drop in value, although buyers looking to add a pair to their collection were obviously more pleased with the news! The restock arrives on November 27 but while some Yeezys have taken longer to sell out lately, given the popularity last time around this one might move quick!

Yeezy Boost 380 “Onyx”

The Yeezy Boost 380 is about to become the bus transportation of the sneaker world – you wait forever for one and then five come along at once! That’s right, after just a few releases since the first pair landed last year, Ye and his team are set to make a plethora of additions to the collection with some fresh new colourways on the way.

One of them is the “Onyx”, and with black and brown hues forming a distinctive camouflage pattern, this is one distinctive style that’s set to grab our hearts – and hard-earned cash!

The 380 was originally slated to be the successor of the 350 V2, although in the end it was decided the silhouette should have its own line instead. With an angled heel and perforations on the uppers this was the right decision as there are clear distinctions between the two. Rounding off the look is a chunky Boost midsole and gum-coloured treading that adds unbeatable comfort to the shoe’s stylish aesthetic.

The Yeezy Boost 380 “Onyx” will be released on Black Friday on the Yeezy website, as well as with select retailers.

So, there you have it, the full Yeezy schedule for November. If you’re interested in any of the upcoming styles, then make yourself available on the release day as some of these could prove popular. For any other Yeezy trainers past or present, check out our resale market now for a wide selection of colourways.