Thankfully, we are now treated to the best look yet at the black/pink colorway. The Yeezy 2 clearly sports greater textural contrasts than its predecessor with a molded heel counter, a faux croc/snakeskin leather on the medial and lateral panels, a diamond pattern on the tongue, a smooth leather midfoot strap, and a toebox with a pattern that looks somewhat similar to the mamba upper of the Kobe VI. We’ll have to wait for some official images for a full breakdown of the kicks, but now we at least have a glimpse at the premium materials on hand for this upcoming release.
How are these shaping up compared to the original Air Yeezy? Stay tuned to SneakerFiles as more info on the Kanye signature hits the net.