Happy Friday to everyone except Kayne West, who has designed the ugliest pair of croc-looking shoes I’ve ever fucking seen.
Yeezy Mafia (the most reliable source of Yeezy/Adidas leaks) took to Twitter to announce the “Yeezy Foam Runner”, which is apparently “landing in 2020.”
YEEZY FOAM RUNNER— YEEZY MAFIA (@theyeezymafia) September 12, 2019
LANDING IN 2020 pic.twitter.com/tiG9UQrUbw
The shoes resemble those weird foam fishnet looking things they put around apples and pears at the supermarket. I’m not a fashion guru but looking like the produce section of your local Woolies isn’t what I’d call “style”.
The fruit and veg shop may be a good source of vitamin c, but it shouldn’t be your go-to for fashion advice.
Just like the moment the first Yeezys ever entered our lives, a majority of the internet is sitting here wondering “what r those”.
According to Sneaker News, the horrendous fruit foam clogs were first spotted on North West, and I’m not about to talk shit on a child, but these shoes are definitely not it.
The Yeezy Foam Runners look like they’ve been 3D printed straight onto the models’ feet, with no laces or visible zips. So, once you work out how to get this abomination on your foot, good luck ever getting it off.
But the Yeezy Foam Runners aren’t even the first time somebody tried to make Crocs boujee. No. Balenciaga have a pair of bright pink platform Crocs that retail for a whopping $1,075. Or, alternatively, you could chuck a few hundred dollar bills in your shredder. Your choice.
But you don’t need to take my word for it, Twitter has been flooded with negative comments about the terrible shoes, or as @JoeJoeColes calls them, “Yocs”. Yeezy Foam Runners are NOT a Friday mood.
Yeezy Crocs.. really? pic.twitter.com/7qeI0Xi4oD— Ꮰɛɾɾí Ꭶωαղղ???? (@JerriSwann21) September 12, 2019
True crocs:— Josh Brown (@josh_brown_57) September 12, 2019
Adjustable strap for sport or leisure mode
Weird diamond shape
Probably can’t even fit jibbitz smh
Terrible idea, 2/10 pic.twitter.com/m7Bqjrv03z
Sorry Yeez, but this ain’t it. Take your fruit mesh sleeves back to Coles and stop trying to make Crocs happen.