The rapper turned sneaker designer captioned one of the images with a not-so subtle dig to Michael Jordan. As the first of the range to directly compete with the Nike Jordan brand, Kanye clearly isn't shying away from competition.
Earlier this year, Kanye claimed to make more money from shoes than MJ. With his adidas Yeezy collaboration now introducing a court-ready silhouette, it might only be a matter of time before a new trainer dominates between the hoops.
Not much is known of the Yeezy Boost Bball but a release is expected towards the end of the year. Keep it locked to @thesolesupplier for more breaking updates.