Yeezys Through The Seasons

Yeezys Through The Seasons

Since day one, Eastbay has been proud to offer you the hottest shoes around. We are your destination for Yeezys.

Check out the timeline below to view Eastbay’s journey with the popular kick by Kanye West x adidas Originals.

 

YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 'Light'

 

Yeezy BOOST 350 V2 ‘Light’

The Yeezy BOOST 350 V2 ‘Light’ drops August 28. It features a tonal grey Primeknit upper with a contrasting orange pull tab on the heel. The lateral side stripe is made with UV-activated yarns that changes color when exposed to sunlight, changing the stripe from grey to orange. Full-length BOOST cushioning and the classic Yeezy outsole complete the look.

 

Yeezy Boost 350 V2 ‘Mono Ice’

The Yeezy Boost 350 V2 ‘Mono Ice’ is part of the ‘Mono’ pack slated to drop on June 18. The pack consists of three semi-translucent colorways that will each be dropping in different parts of the world. While the ‘Mono Ice’ can be found in North America, the ‘Mono Clay’ can be found in Asia Pacific and China, and the ‘Mono Mist’ will drop in Europe, Africa, India, The Middle East, Russia, Ukraine, and China too.

The upper is made with monofilament mesh which makes it see-through and shows off the inner cage. The shoe is mostly a light blue color, save for the branding strip that is just a shade darker. The matching colors give the shoe a very chromatic feel for a clean look on your feet.

Yeezy BOOST 350 V2 ‘Ash Pearl’

The Yeezy BOOST 350 V2 “Ash Pearl” will be launching on March 20, 2021. The shoe features a return to the earth-tone hues that have become fairly standard in the Yeezy line. Three different colors are layered across the upper with a sandy cream on the top, tan in the middle, and dark blue on the bottom. The two-toned gum outsole, a staple, brings the shoe together for a crisp, clean look.

Yeezy BOOST 350 V2 ‘Ash Blue’

The first Yeezy of 2021 has arrived. The Yeezy BOOST 350 V2 ‘ASH BLUE’ will be launching on 2/27. In a departure from the recent launches that have featured more earth tones, this shoe indulges in more shades of blue and gray. A yellow, non-transparent lateral side stripe breaks up the flow of the shoe, and the ribbed midsole sets it apart from other Yeezys.

Yeezy BOOST 350 V2 ‘Sand Taupe’

The final Yeezy of 2020 will be launching on 12/19. The Yeezy BOOST 350 V2 ‘Sand Taupe’ brings back some familiar earthy tones from previous models. The shoe features brown hues with rustic orange weaves running through the lateral vamp. The outsole is a light and dark gum color and there will also be a new lacing system featured.

Yeezy Boost 350 V2 ‘Core Black/Red’

The YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 ‘CORE BLACK/RED’ is being re-released on 12/5 just in time for the holidays. The shoe is constructed with an all-black Primeknit upper with a matching TPU midsole that covers Boost cushioning. Red stitching on the pull tab matches the red “SPLY-350” lettering on the side panel.

Yeezy Boost 350 V2 ‘Natural’

Continue to grow your sneaker collection by adding the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 ‘Natural’ to your closet. The upper is split into two variations of the titular color, with the top half being a darker shade and the bottom half a lighter shade. The heel pull from several of the past silhouettes has been removed, giving the shoe a cleaner look. This pair will be available on 10/24.

Yeezy BOOST 350 V2 ‘Carbon’

Put together a new look this fall with the adidas Yeezy BOOST 350 V2 ‘Carbon’. Sitting atop a translucent outsole is a Primeknit upper with black and gray tones. A solid black stripe runs along the lateral side with matching colored laces.

The adidas Originals Yeezy Boost 350 V2 ‘ZYON’ drops at 7 a.m. on 7/18/2020. Visit eastbay.com to buy a pair.

Slip on something different with the multi-colored ‘Zyon’ featuring two dual-colored sections of the upper separated by the lateral black stripe. Above the stripe is a grey and off-white pattern while below is dark brown and off-white.


The Yeezys below are no longer available for purchase.


adidas Originals Yeezy Boost 350 V2 'Linen' colorway

Yeezy Boost 350 V2

The new ‘Linen’ colorway is perfect for springtime. The Primeknit upper is a soft tan color while the ankle collar and stripe around the middle are in a medium grey to provide contrast.

adidas Originals Yeezy Boost 350 V2 'Cinder' colorway

Yeezy Boost 350 V2

Kanye serves up a monochromatic look with ‘Cinder.’ The Primeknit upper, laces, and heel tab are all a matching shade of faded black, while the dark gum outsole provides a slight contrast.

adidas Originals Yeezy Boost 350 V2 'Desert Sage' colorway

Yeezy Boost 350 V2

‘Desert Sage’ is a unique colorway from Kanye featuring a pale green upper and midsole, a bright orange sockliner that adds contrast at the ankle, and a light gum outsole.

adidas Originals Yeezy Boost 350 V2 'Earth' colorway

Yeezy Boost 350 V2

Playing off its name, the ‘Earth’ colorway features different shades of brown from the light laces and heel tab to the monochromatic upper and Boost midsole to the darker brown outsole.

adidas Originals Yeezy Boost 350 V2 'Yeshaya' colorway

Yeezy Boost 350 V2

The ‘Yeshaya’ colorway is the first drop of 2020. The light colorway is a fresh start to the new decade featuring grey and white colors in the Primeknit upper, a white Boost midsole and a gum-colored rubber outsole.

adidas Originals Yeezy Boost 350 V2 'Yecheil' colorway

Yeezy Boost 350 V2

The ‘Yecheil’ colorway is definitely unique from many of the previous Yeezy colorways with the Primeknit upper showing a variety of primary hues from yellow to red to blue. These definitely deserve a spot on your holiday wish list.

Yeezy Boost 350 V2

Hello, brightness, my new friend. ‘Yeezreel’ could not be more different than the colorway dropped on Black Friday. These Yeezys feature a two-tone upper in neon yellow and black, a matching neon rubber outsole, and unique lime laces.

'Black' colorway of the adidas Originals Yeezy Boost 350 V2 sneaker.

Yeezy Boost 350 V2

The popular Yeezy ‘Black’ colorway (first released in June) makes a return, released on Black Friday.

Yeezy Boost 350 V2

The Yeezy ‘Citrin’ colorway features tints of light pink in the Primeknit upper that are a nice complement to the gum outsole.

Yeezy Boost 350 V2

Appropriately named ‘Cloud,’ the new gray scale colorway in the Yeezy family features a two-toned upper with portions of the Primeknit in pure white and the rest in a light grey.

"Lundmark" Yeezy Blog Story Image

Yeezy Boost 350 V2

The sheer side stripe is back to give an airy look and feel to the ‘Lundmark’ colorway, perfect for its summertime release. To make these Yeezys even more of a standout, for the first time in a couple years, the shoes are without a heel tab.

Yeezy Boost 350 V2

The ‘Black’ colorway certainly is a standout with the only pop of color being a thin red stripe on the heel tab.

'Clay' Yeezy

Yeezy Boost 350 V2

The ‘Clay’ colorway from Kanye features an earthy tone with a pale orange hue on the heel tab and midsole. A sheer band runs through the middle of the upper on the outside of the foot.

'Static' Yeezy

Yeezy Boost 350 V2

The grey and white ‘Static’ colorway features a mesh band on the outside of the foot and was released in both a reflective and non-reflective version.

'Semi-Frozen Yellow' Yeezy

Yeezy Boost 350 V2

A bright addition to the Yeezy collection, the ‘Semi-Frozen Yellow’ colorway has dark grey stripes contrasting on a yellow knit.

'Sesame' Yeezy

Yeezy Boost 350 V2

Released on Black Friday, the ‘Sesame’ colorway features a light tan knit.

adidas Originals Yeezy Boost 350 V2

Yeezy Boost 350 V2

The White/Core Black/Red colorway is back for round two.

'Butter' Yeezy

Yeezy Boost 350 V2

The soft yellow tones of the ‘Butter’ colorway made this a must-have for serious sneakerheads everywhere.

Yeezy Boost 350 V2

The light blue, white, and grey Yeezy Boost 350 V2 ‘Blue Tint’ arrived.

11.25 YEEZY

Yeezy Boost 350 V2

A remix of the original ‘Beluga’ colorway dropped.

6.24.17 Yeezy

Yeezy Boost 350 V2

The popular and highly coveted ‘Zebra’ colorway returned.

4.29.17 Yeezy

Yeezy Boost 350 V2

The very first solid color V2 dropped in ‘Cream White.’

2.11.17 Yeezy

Yeezy Boost 350 V2

A new colorway dropped featuring bold red lettering.

12.13.16 Yeezy

Yeezy Boost 350 V2

A fifth Yeezy Boost 350 V2 dropped in a fresh black/white colorway.

11.23.16 Yeezy

Yeezy Boost 350 V2

For the first time ever, three Yeezys dropped at the same time.

10.15.16 Yeezy

Yeezy Boost 750

Our second Boost 750 dropped in a fresh new ‘Light Brown’ colorway.

9.24.16 Yeezy

Yeezy Boost 350 V2

The beloved Boost 350 returned with a fresh stripe in the original ‘Beluga’ colorway.

9.15.16 Yeezy Cleat

Yeezy Boost 350 Cleat

Eastbay was the only retailer authorized by adidas to carry the football cleats.

2.19.16 Yeezy

Yeezy Boost 350 Restock

The very first Yeezy was restocked in the popular ‘Pirate Black’ colorway.

12.29.15 Yeezy

Yeezy Boost 350

A third Boost 350 released in a hot new colorway — ‘Oxford Tan’.

YEEZY ALL BLACK

Yeezy Boost 750

The very first Boost 750 dropped in all black, from upper to outsole.

8.22.15 Yeezy

Yeezy Boost 350

One of the most iconic colorways — ‘Pirate Black’ — dropped for the first time.

6.27.15 Yeezy

Yeezy Boost 350

Our very first Yeezy dropped in the ‘Turtle Dove’ colorway.


Although these Yeezys are now history, stay up to date on upcoming releases via the eastbay.com Release Calendar.

How Women Can Find Jordan Shoes In Their Size

How Women Can Find Jordan Shoes In Their Size

Everybody wants a fresh pair of Js. The problem, if you’re a woman, is that the sizing can be a little bit tricky when it comes to Jordan shoes. So let’s break it down.

A lot of women buy men’s Jordan shoes in OG colorways, but Jordan has also continued to expand their offerings specifically for women. While Jordan shoes don’t come in women’s sizes, the brand does offer extended girls’ sizing to accommodate women who want to buy these sneakers. Typically, girls’ sizes range from 3.5-7. Jordan girls’ sizes extend all the way up to size 9.5, which is the equivalent of a women’s size 11.

To convert your regular women’s size into a Jordan’s grade school girls’ size, simply subtract 1.5 from your normal shoe size. For example, if you wear a women’s size 8, then you would buy a Jordan shoe in a grade school girls’ size 6.5.

Check out the conversion chart below to conveniently find your size. Now that you know how the sizing works, go cop a new pair and rock those Jordans.

Eastbay Brought The Heat To adidas Stars & Stripes Showcase!

Eastbay Brought The Heat To adidas Stars & Stripes Showcase!

Eastbay and adidas teamed up to bring the heat to Houston last weekend at the adidas Stars & Stripes Showcase. The 2-day event featured some of the best basketball in the nation with top teams and players going head to head. Off the court, Eastbay and adidas created a ‘90s themed player’s lounge with bean bag chairs, arcade games, a dunk gif both, custom jerseys, and a recovery station.

The event’s ‘90s theme took inspiration from the new adidas Marquee Boost, which is designed with ‘90s vibes and outfitted to be the most comfortable shoe in the game. Players had the opportunity to test out the shoe in the player’s lounge while working out with NBA trainer DJ Sackmann and popular basketball influencers Filayyyy and Jay Jones.

You can check out all of the action from this weekend below, and stay locked to Eastbay’s social channels for more on the new adidas Marquee Boost.

Stars&Stripes Dribbling

Stars&Stripes NBA Jam

Stars&Stripes Marquee Boost

Live At The 2018 Ballislife All-American Game

Live At The 2018 Ballislife All-American Game

The 2018 Ballislife All-American Game is finally in the books and it definitely did not disappoint. The best high school basketball players in the nation put on a ridiculous show in LA. Jordan McCabe kicked it off by taking home the 3-Point Contest title after catching fire in the first round. Mac McClung, perhaps the most famous high school dunker in the country, did what he does best and took home the Dunk Contest championship.

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The game was just as good as the pre-game festivities, and the two teams needed overtime to settle the score. Team Future came through with a 146-143 victory over Team Elite, led by Co-MVP Moses Brown who dropped 22 points and 10 rebounds. Emmitt Williams was named Co-MVP with 31 and 10 for Team Elite. If you couldn’t make it out for the game, don’t worry. We got you covered. You can watch highlights from the game below or  re-watch the livestream of the entire game on YouTube:

 

 

 

But Eastbay was behind the scenes all weekend long. For a backstage pass to all the action in Cali, read below:

 

Friday, May 4

The Ballislife All-American Game is just around the corner, but the athletes had one final practice session before showtime. This wasn’t just a normal practice session, though. The athletes talked with media members and participated in events with Youtubers and popular content creators like Jesser The Lazer, Filayyyy, and more. Check out Jesser giving his best effort at stopping Mac McClung:

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It’s wasn’t all media and games. When players of this caliber get together, you know there’s going to be some competition. A few guys played King Of The Court, while others worked on their game at shooting and passing stations throughout the gym. A mini-dunk contest showcased a preview of the gravity-defying dunks we’ll see tomorrow. After a few hours in the gym, the guys headed back to the hotel for some relaxation, and surprise, more competition. A player’s lounge offered Fortnite battles and more to cap off the final day before Game Day.

 

Thursday, May 3

The Ballislife All-American Game Weekend kicked off with a bang on Thursday as the players arrived, got outfitted with fresh threads and custom kicks, and got a practice session in. The Ballislife All-Americans each got a locker full of Ballislife and Eastbay gear, highlighted by their gameday jerseys and sneakers customized by opckicks. Unlike most All-American games, each athlete got to pick which shoe they wanted to wear for the game. Check out some of the images:

Tanner Carew: The Best Long Snapper In The Nation

Tanner Carew: The Best Long Snapper In The Nation

Tanner Carew

Pro football’s biggest scouting event is an opportunity for 336 athletes to showcase their skills in an audition for a spot on a pro team’s roster. Tanner Carew is in a league of his own, however. That’s because he’s the only long snapper that received an invite to this year’s event.  

 You may be wondering how someone becomes so good at such a specialized position. We were, too. So we asked him. As it turns out, Carew got his start in long snapping in a pretty normal way. 

“I was just the center for the team in 5th grade and they were like, ‘Hey, can you long snap, too?’” Carew said.  

He started practicing a little bit and soon became the team’s long snapper. Carew continued to get better and better every year. He even began to participate in special training and camps for long snappers to hone his craft. Carew became the nation’s best long snapping recruit and got invited to the U.S. Army All-American Game. 

Carew played college football at Oregon, where his speed and accuracy as a long snapper began to draw attention from pro scouts. He delivered all 146 snaps accurately as a sophomore and all 134 snaps as a junior. 

The long snapper even racked up a few tackles and downed a punt inside the 5-yard line during his career. The secret to his success? It’s the same as any other football player’s. 

“Just keep working hard,” Carew said. “The key is to just stay consistent.”  

Kickers and punters get most of the glory when it comes to the specialist group, but Carew is the one who starts the whole process. An inaccurate snap can throw off everything, resulting in shanked kicks.  

He snapped about 200 snaps to punters and kickers in front of scouts at this week, in addition to running the 40-yard dash and other drills. As the best long snapper in the nation, Carew will likely find himself in the league next year, and is thought by many experts to be a mid-to-late-round draft pick, which is rare for the position.  

No matter how it happens or where he lands, Carew is confident that he’ll be snapping for a long time to come. 

“Being here in Indy shows I’m doing something right, but there’s more to be done,” Carew said. “I have so much more to work on. I’m not even close to being done.” 

 


Thanks to Tanner Carew for his time and make sure to check out the Eastbay Blog for more exclusive stories on the biggest names of the 2018 rookie class.