With a colourway that's kind of hard to fully describe, the base of the Zyon is dipped in a tonal cream hue, while light brown and dark brown crosshatch markings featuring throughout the Primeknit upper, just like last year's "Yecheil". Along the lateral side panels, you'll be greeted with a mesh stripe that is touched up in a deep maroon hue. Not only does this allow sneakerheads to flex their sock game with ease, it also provides the optimum breathing experience so you can rock these wherever and whenever.
Down below, adidas have infused the Zyon with their award winning Boost technology for an insane amount of comfort and energy return. This is housed within an off-white unit, and then lined with a slither of gum rubber for durable traction with every step. Interestingly enough, Ye has decided to remove the heel tab from the back of this shoe, which strays away from some of the most recent 350 V2s.