It's been a relatively quiet stretch for the Yeezy 450 these last few months, as Kanye West and adidas' Yeezy line focus their attention on silhouettes like the Foam Runner and the reported return of the Yeezy BOOST 350 'Turtledove.' However, it appears as if the 450 will be back in the headlines this May: official images of its 'Sulfur' colourway have been revealed, along with a reported release window.
Shown off by the Yeezy leakers at @yeezyinfluence, the 'Sulfur,' which has also been referred to as the 'Yellow Sulfur' in the past, is another display of the Steven Smith-designed silhouette's propensity for tonal colourways. It's done up entirely in pale yellow, boasting a Primeknit-style upper that's made partly of recycled materials and features an integrated lacing system.
Per usual, the EVA foam midsole rises onto this upper to create an exoskeleton of sorts, that, apart from its unique look, adds extra support to the flexible base. Outer-facing branding is nowhere to be found, and an Ortholite insole adds a little extra comfort.
We're still awaiting an exact date of release for the adidas Yeezy 450 'Sulfur,' but it's set to be dropping sometime in May. When it does hit shelves, you can expect to plunk down $210 for a pair.