The highly anticipated Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 was the ainfocustoeveryone’sweekendastheyfinallymadeitsdebut.Constructed with a Grey-melange Primeknit through the one-piece upper that includes canvas etailing on the heel tab. The web’s favorite sneaker reviewer Brad Hall is back to unbox and speak on one of the year’s hottest releases, Kanye’s adidas Yeezy Boost 350. Brad wastes no time in also plugging a couple of new personal products for sale while unboxing and taking us through the new Boost 350s, then even utilizing his own shoe horn. Hall ensures us that the sneaker is much more comfortable than the T-shirt he has for sale, as he also implores that the tee would not make a good shoe either — shocker.By now, you should be aware that the Yeezy Boost 350 boasts a lightweight and breathable one-piece Primeknit upper as well as a full-length Boost sole unit. Hall of course delves into such details, as he then tries them on and so smoothly models them for us — check out that pinroll, too. While the most of us are eagerly waiting on the latest Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 colorway to drop it looks like YouTuber T Blake has already managed to get his hand on the forthcoming iteration. Luckily for us, he uploaded a review of the kicks onto his channel showing the black/white rendition up close. Just like the previous colorway, the shoes feature a Primeknit upper and the trademark stripe that runs along the lateral portion of the shoe, all of which are placed atop of a translucent black outsole. Get a closer look at the shoes for yourself above.Having seen all the marketing materials months in advance as well as Kanye being “spotted” wearing his new shoes on Instagram I was interested to know how they stacked up against the first releases, which I love. I tried to get the shoe through Adidas and Adidas confirmed app but no joy, luckily I knew someone personally in the industry who could sort me out at RRP of 130.Overall I like this release, it’s up there but for me a sneaker has to be on point with comfort and this is where these 350 V2 Beluga’s are let down. More NMDs are on the way, as the Adidas Nmd R1 Primeknit has released in two Tri-Color varieties, as seen below.Both colorways feature the same general look with the Tri-Color of red, white and blue on each of the three stripes. The classic white Boost along with a black heel counter covers both colorways, with the major differences being the black and white midsole blocks, as well as those colors on the upper. Both uppers feature a static-like stitched Primeknit to give an interesting look.You can pick up either of the two colorways of the adidas NMD R1 Primeknit Tri-Color for 170 starting at 10am EST by clicking.With a unique ombination of shapes, angles and materials, the NMD_R1 shoes pay homage to adidas’ innovation. Modern construction and bold archival details combine to form a dynamic trainer. With a two tone effect mesh upper and responsive boost underfoot, these shoes boast new levels of lexibility,stability and strength This Adidas Nmd R1 Uk release moves away from the monochrome colorway seen on the first "R1" for something a little more eye-catching. The new NMD "R1" colorway adds a yellow gold to the Primeknit upper's disruptive noise pattern, while the white Boost midsole is broken up by black EVA segments for added support. This looks like it will be the final NMD "R1" colorway for the time being, so don't sleep if you're still hoping to add a pair to your collection. The NMD Runner R1 PK "Yellow" drops this Saturday, February 20, from and select adidas Originals retailers worldwide for 170. The Nike Air Max 90 “Infrared” was one of the better retros Nike Sportswear brought back for the silhouette’s 25th anniversary this past year. The iconic aesthetic definitely pleased multitudes of Swoosh fans the world over even though the colorway has been rehashed an infinite amount of times on new renditions of the Nike Air Max 90. How about just one more? This coming Spring 2016, Nike Sportswear is revamping the AM90 with the introduction of the Nike Air Max 90 Ultra The slimmed down appearance is due to a bolstered mesh and fuse upper which sees the usual suede panels ditched for these materials that are more in line with the times. When looking at the outsole/midsole combination you’d never know that it was lighter until you looked at the shoe’s bottom, where an Ultra Moire-like excavation sheds some of that 90s heaviness. Stay tuned for a stateside release date come January 2016 and let us know if you’re a fan of the new-school take on the classic Infrared 90 look by taking your thoughts to the comments section.