Kanye West confirms YEEZY cleats for Donda Sports athlete Aaron Donald

adidas and Kanye West’s foray into the grill was relatively short after DeAndre Hopkins was fined $6,000 for lacing the “Turtle Dove” Yeezy 350 in 2016. Having seen only a limited number of renders through Adrian Peterson and Von Miller Yeezy 750 in the same year, the brand again tries to outfit Ye’s best shoes in the NFL thanks to three-time Defensive Player of the Year Aaron Donald.

As seen in a video Ye posted to Instagram yesterday, the reigning Super Bowl champion teased the construction elements he thinks are needed for the upcoming Yeezy Cleats, including bulkier and more durable material for his adapt to his past foot injuries.

“The material, if it’s a flexible material, I have wide feet, big feet. I want to be able to have my foot in there for all the cuts and stuff so it’s not all over the place. So something with the material which is a bit thicker. I’m in the trenches so if you get stepped on and stuff like that, (must) be wider for my feet because of my toe issues,” Donald said via IG. “Something that can last.”

Becoming the first active athlete to sign with Donda Sports at the end of May, the question remains whether Donald will debut the figure in progress during the 2022-23 season.

For more information on the upcoming Yeezy Cleats, check out the video Ye posted here.

In other adi-related news, the Harden Vol. 6 closes the summer season with a “Clear Pink” wardrobe.

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