Kanye West Previews adidas Yeezy 700 V2

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Kanye West Previews adidas Yeezy 700 V2

Post by buzai232 » Tue Apr 02, 2019 8:25 am

Kanye West Previews adidas Yeezy 700 V2

Kanye West took to Twitter earlier this afternoon to preview the upcoming adidas Yeezy 700 V2. The second edition of the largely popular Yeezy 700, and a shoe West says he “loves.”Yeezy 500 Outlet online with hgih quality

Although certainly of a similar volition as the model’s aforementioned predecessor, the V2 edition also undeniably stands on its own. True to the retro aesthetics currently trending in the sneaker industry, breathable construction adorns much of the body while reflective details aids that design language while equally heightening visibility.

West appears to have much in store with adidas for the remainder of 2018, some of which he shared on Twitter in weeks past. The social media platform, though, has been problematic for West. Many of his thoughts and stream of consciousness state there have proven ill-advised. Yet adidas has affirmed that they have no plans of parting ways with West.Rorsted stated that the company planned to speak with West about his comments. He didn’t say when that would take place. But when asked if the company had any plans to part ways with West, the CEO simply stated “no.”

Rorsted also alluded to the limited financial contribution West accounts for, but that West is critical where “brand heat” is concerned. That, of course, is spoken in very little context. West’s influence absolutely translates into financial gain beyond Yeezy products. His ability — alongside Pharrell Williams and others — to bring attention to the brand has helped sales in other categories that West isn’t even affiliated with.

The CEO was also questioned about Reebok, and if adidas had any plans to part ways with the struggling subsidiary. Rorsted answered that question that same way he answered the question about West, with a simple no.

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