adidas and Yohji Yamamoto came together on the runway in 2002 as Y-3, serving as collaborative pioneers by blending sportswear with fashion in collections released each year since. As a result, the label has reworked countless adidas silhouettes with a premium, modern edge. In continuation of this, Y-3 now looks to the classic adidas Gazelle alongside new colorways of signature models such as the Qasa High in this fall’s Y-3 footwear collection.
Part of the wider “Memories of Orange” collection, the footwear range begins with the Y-3 Gazelle. Reimagined with a larger, intricate sole unit and Y-3 branding, this take on the iconic sneaker distinctly elevates it in off-white and black colorways. Next, the cult classic Y-3 Qasa High returns, this time in a bright orange textile upper with supporting suede detailing and an off-white tubular sole unit. The Y-3 UltraBOOST 22 arrives in an all-white look that carries a Primeknit upper enclosed by a molded TPU cage, offering a unique shape to the sneaker. Looking to the Hokori II, black and white colorways feature a heavy tumbled leather upper with neoprene segments. The Y-3 Shiku Run completes the range in an all-white colorway with a layered mesh and woven upper alongside the sneaker’s signature cord system.
Release for this fall’s Y-3 footwear collection takes place September 21 at 10am EDT via adidas. Pricing begins at $300 USD for the Gazelle and goes up to $400 USD for the Qasa High.
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