Earlier this year, adidas decided that rather than destroying all of its remaining Yeezy inventory, it would sell it instead. While this announcement took some sneakerheads by surprise, it was the German sportswear company's way of avoiding an issue surrounding sustainability. Follow a very successful first round of releases, we're now taking a first look at the never-before-seen Yeezy QNTM "Cream White" that's rumoured to be dropping very soon.
Featuring a see-through mesh base, this QNTM is painted in a clean cream hue and accented with 3M reflective ribbons throughout so you can flex even in low light conditions. Buttery suede wraps around the toebox for a premium touch, and the heel and black sockliner are crafted from a durable neoprene that offers optimal support with every step.
Underfoot, this sneaker sits on top of a chunky adidas Boost midsole that's extremely comfortable, and it all comes packed in the classic YZY cardboard box that we all know and love.
Not much else is known about the Yeezy QNTM "Cream White" at this moment in time, so keep it locked at The Edit LDN for all of the latest updates. In related news, the Yeezy Slide just rose in a "MX Moon" colourway.