adidas unleashed the first Yeezy BOOST  on the sneaker-buying world in December 2019, combining familiar jordan 1 mocha design elements with a new silhouette to expand Kanye West’s signature footwear line.

Now its latest colorway, ‘Onyx,’ is dropping in Men’s sizing at Sports on.

The Yeezy BOOST 380 features an upper composed of multitoned re-engineered Primeknit in a sock-like construction, providing a snug yet adaptable fit.

The translucent monofilament window is woven into the upper, adding visual interest and breathability.

 

This model features stretch laces with silicone closure for easy on and off wear and comes equipped with a second set of standard laces.

A reengineered full-length BOOST midsole elevates the cushioning experience, offering optimal comfort where consumers need it most.

The herringbone rubber outsole offers unique design cues and improved traction.

Outside of the red, black and white hues of Chicago Bulls uniforms, there are few more frequently deployed color schemes in the Jordan Brand line-up (and indeed, the broader Nike range) than University Blue.

From an Air Jordan 2 Retro Low to the friends-and-family Travis Scott Air Jordan 4, or the AJ1 and Air Force 1 models featured in OFF-WHITE’s “The Ten” collection, University Blue is a staple shade in the sneaker world.

Jumpman has already teased two upcoming retros dressed in the same tones — an Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG and an Air Jordan 4 — arriving in early 2021, but if you want to get a jump on spring colorways now, you don’t have to wait much longer.

The Air Jordan 9 Retro ‘University Blue,’ releasing December 5, sees Jumpman branding highlighted in the jordan 1 mocha namesake color on a predominantly white leather upper with black overlays.

The outsoles feature an AJ 9 trademark: embossed wordmarks in multiple languages representing concepts which spoke to MJ’s “blueprint for a good life.”