Arguably the most sought after [URL=https://www.cadysport.com]adidas Yeezy 350 V2[/URL] colourway, the ‘Bred‘ was introduced back in February 2017. Renowned due to its easy slip-on sock-like feel, the murdered out sneaker featured an extremely unique design, with Primeknit dressing the upper and a blacked out TPU sole that wrapped around a full length Boost midsole.Now, over a year later, it looks like the ‘Bred’ just got a restock. Surfacing randomly on Sneakersnstuff, a few users could actually cart and purchase the shoes. What’s more, the coveted ‘Triple White‘ also reappeared on the site, giving a handful of lucky sneakerheads another chance to cop the clean crep, which restocked a few months ago.
The above mock-up circulated earlier this year when news leaked of a [URL=https://www.cadysport.com/product-category/air-jordan-1/]Fragment x Air Jordan 1[/URL] collaboration. Many of you were sceptical which is hardly surprising given the Photoshop skills of today’s so-called sneaker leak accounts. After all, anyone can add a Fragment logo to the heel of a Jordan 1 ‘BRED’, right?!That said and whilst it might come as a shock, it looks like Fragment will in fact be joining Nike for a follow-up Jordan 1. But according to Cadysport, this pair won’t feature in a BRED colourway but rather the iconic ‘Black Toe’.
The [URL=https://www.cadysport.com/product-category/adidas-ultra-boost-4-0-real-boost/]adidas Ultra Boost Mid[/URL] silhouette is, by far, one of the most exclusive UB models to date, with only a handful of colourways releasing since it first made its debut in December 2016. Now, a never-before-seen colourway has been unveiled, and it’s as clean as it gets!Dubbed ‘Light Granite‘, the mid-top model features a Primeknit upper which fades from a dark grey to a lighter grey. Clean white Three Stripe branding adorns the lateral and medial sides, with complementary taping surrounding the toebox. For a pop of subtle contrast, light blue rope laces tie the shoe together, and an iridescent heel cup offers an aesthetic that is made to turn heads.