First look at the grey Yeezy Calabasas Powerphase.
Like the original Yeezy Calabasas Powerphase, the kicks feature a monochromatic design, this time featuring an all-grey build with contrasting Adidas Calabasas branding on the paneling. The first Yeezy Calabasas Powerphase release sold for just $120 but is going for as much as $300 on the resale market at spots like Flight Club. No word yet on when or if this grey colorway will release, but with the amount of Yeezy sneakers on deck for later this year it wouldn't surprise us one way or another.
Kanye will reportedly unveil Yeezy Season 6 during New York Fashion Week next month which will include another range of Yeezy apparel, and potentially a handful of new sneakers, including colorways of the Yeezy Calabasas Powerphase and the newly unveiled Yeezy Wave Runner 700. NYFW is scheduled to kick off on Thursday, September 7th and will run through Thursday, September 14th, but it still hasn't been announce when or where Kanye's Yeezy show will take place.
In addition to the Yeezy Calabasas Powerphase and the Yeezy Wave Runner 700, Kanye and Adidas also have big plans for the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 in the coming months.
Adidas will reportedly release the "Beluga 2.0" colorway of the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 in October, similar to the original "Beluga" pair, followed by two of the most colorful renditions of the low top Yeezys to date. The "Blue Tint" Yeezy Boost 350 V2 and the "Semi-Frozen Yellow" colorway are both rumored to drop in December, although Adidas has not yet announced any official release details. Some other Yeezy Boost colorways have also surfaced, including a "Red Night" version and a women's exclusive "Chalk Coral" joint, but it appears those are just sample pairs.
Check out some on-foot images of the grey Adidas Yeezy Calabasas Powerphase below and stay tuned for any release info.