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Here is every Adidas Yeezy shoe Kanye West is dropping in June

The Yeezy fountain never runs dry.

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As we reach the halfway point of 2022, Kanye West is slowly inching back into the limelight starting with a McDonald’s partnership announcement last week. As Ye gets his outside collaborations in check, Adidas Yeezy is keeping the footwear coming.

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Yeezy Supply, Adidas Yeezy, and the Adidas Confirmed app are your best chances of snagging a pair, but select stockists including SSENSE and Farfetch also come in clutch around release day. If you don’t want to pay premiums on the resell market, keep track of all the restocks and releases hitting shelves this month.

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Yeezy Boost 350 V2 CMPCT “Slate Carbon”

June 4 — $230

A subtle start to the month, the brand is digging into its ever-popular 350 line for a primarily black variation. The sock-like sneaker doesn’t play too much with its design, instead opting for moody minimalism with a brown shade at its base.

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Yeezy Foam Runner “Onyx”

June 11 — $90

One of the most experimental models in the slip-on Yeezy family, the Foam Runner easily became a fan favorite thanks to its soft makeup and cage-like construction. This all-black color scheme goes with just about everything if you’re not up to the bolder iterations in the lineup.

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Yeezy Foam Runner “Sand”

June 11 — $90

On the same wave, you can’t go wrong with all-white. Although it’s a restock, it lines up with Yeezy’s signature earthy color schemes, taking a page from the white “Ararat.” A release of the light tan “Desert Sand” is also set to arrive with its black and white counterparts.

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Yeezy Bsktbl Knit “Slate Azure”

June 10 — $300

Officially debuted during the Donda Homecoming game back in 2021, the Bsktbl Knit is representative of the Yeezy house in all its glory. The Primeknit upper is reflective and features the soft, marbled makeup of other sock-like kicks, while the high collar offers support on the hardwood.

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Yeezy 700 MNVN Laceless “Phosphor”

June 13 — $220

For a pop of color among all the earth tones, this pair of 700s is chunky to the max and inspired by motorsports. It features black accenting with a neon green upper, complete with a reflective “700” across its body.

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Yeezy 700 V1 “Hi-Res Red”

June 17 — $300

Aligning with the dad-shoe trend, this pair easily takes the cake as one of the brand’s boldest shoes yet. Shades of red — think, Red October and Vermillion — are more rare in the Yeezy vault, which will make these kicks tough to catch.

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Yeezy 350 V2 “Bone” and “Onyx”

June 20 — $230

Originally slated for a release in March, the “Bone” and “Onyx” variations of the 350 V2 are coming soon. The lifestyle runners throw it back to the beginning of the Yeezy era with their sock-like upper, but the V2 range gives it a more modern feel.

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