Another fab collab is happening as Adidas and Yohji Yamamoto continue to subvert sporting codes with the introduction of the stripped-back Y-3 KYASU sneaker.
The genesis of the Y-3 KYASU traces back to the Y-3 design team’s endeavor to craft a shoe evoking the essence of an Adidas Superstar encased in concrete. In its pursuit of challenging conventional footwear norms, the Y-3 KYASU presents a groundbreaking silhouette. The design exhibits a deliberate commitment to minimalism, featuring a rubber shell-toe, an exaggerated PU midsole, a suede upper, and laces as its fundamental components.
Remarkably, the absence of an insole or strobel is a distinctive feature, with the upper directly stitched onto the soft and lightweight midsole. This bold design choice contributes to a strikingly raw and expressive aesthetic, defining KYASU’s character. Explore the unconventional elegance of the Y-3 KYASU on the official Adidas website.
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