From what we've seen and heard so far, 2022 is going to be a big pretty big year for the 450. Following the release of the "Resin" and the unveiling of the "Sulfur", we're now taking a look at the Yeezy 450 "Cinder" that utilises two-tone gradient effects.
Of course, this isn't the first time that Ye has played around with this aesthetic. At the end of last year, the esteemed American rapper and fashion designer released the 700 V3 "Copper Fade" which boasted a similar look. This time, the peculiar effect makes it way to the EVA foam midsole fading from a chocolate brown at the heel to a lighter shade towards the front.
Shifting your focus up top, you'll find a sock-like Primeknit upper that's dipped in a complementary earthy hue. Interestingly enough, this is the first time that Kanye's signature infinite lacing system has made an appearance on this particular Yeezy silhouette. If you're not a fan of this style then adidas will include a more conventional set in the box.
As of this moment in time, the adidas Yeezy 450 "Cinder Brown" still doesn't have an official release date, so make sure you keep it locked at The Sole Supplier for more news as it develops. Let us know what you think of this faded style, and while you're here, you might as well take a sneak peek of the Yeezy Knit Runner "Stone Carbon"!