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First look: adidas Yeezy BSKTBL Quantum and QNTM Quantum

Posted: 11 February 2020 10:33 am
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Find out when and where you can get your hands on the new and super unique basketball shoes from adidas Yeezy.

adidas Yeezy basketball shoes have been rumoured for months now, and we've been patiently waiting for more information (and pictures) to surface.

It looks like we finally have an answer.

The YZY BSKTBL Quantum and YZY QNTM Quantum will be dropping very soon, in time for the NBA All-Star Weekend 2020.

At this stage, we don't know how the two models differ. However, we do know that the BSKTBL Quantum is based on a performance shoe, whereas the QNTM Quantum is modelled after a lifestyle silhouette.

Release date: 16 February. These sneakers will drop during the NBA All-Star Weekend 2020. If you didn't know, this occurs during the 14 and 16 February.

Price: Approximately US$250

Where to shop: The one and only place to shop is adidas online. If you don't make it in time, you can try your luck at other exclusive sneaker stores and re-sell sites like StockX.

This super exclusive pair of basketball sneakers is unlike anything you've ever seen before, but we're loving the unique style.

It features a much wider shape than the usual Yeezy models, arriving with a zebra-patterned upper. We can see accents of a suede toe panel, with contrasting black tongues and 3M reflective pieces.

Feel like playing basketball in the dark? No worries, your shoes will light the path for you!

The BSKTBL Quantum and QNTM Quantum have definitely got some height to them, all thanks to the translucent BOOST sole. The sneaker is also equipped with a distinct heightened heel guard.

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Image: Instagram user yeezymafia

Keen to check out more of the latest sneaker drops? You absolutely need to check out the new adidas Valentine's Day 2020 capsule and Nike's sustainable VaporMax 2020 sneaker.


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