Crep Protect Launch The First Yeezy Into Space

Crep Protect Launch The First Yeezy Into Space

Date: October 14 2016

By: Shay Colley


Crep Protect have taken a pair of Yeezys where no Yeezys have gone before. The brand has made three attempts to send a pair of the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 ‘Beluga’ into the atmosphere – initially with the aim ‘to fly to Jupiter to test the effectiveness of its protection spray.' While the first two missions failed, the third and final is being celebrated as a success of sorts. The Belugas entered the far reaches of the atmosphere before experiencing technical difficulties and crashing to earth. The good news is the sneakers were found intact and dry, passing the rigorous Crep Protect water test. Also, it’s worth noting that there’s two pairs of unrecovered Yeezys from the initial launches somewhere on planet earth. Check the video for all the action and head to Crep to cop some out of this world protection.

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