Onyx is a dark gemstone as striking in nature as when incorporated into the fashion world. Looking back, we have seen Kanye West design his Yeezy 380s in eccentric colorways. This time, the popularized sneakers veered away from the light tones and were unveiled with timeless dark neutral colors. So, if you are looking for a pair of kicks that not only fits your dark wardrobe aesthetic but also adds a nice twist to your style, then the Adidas Yeezy Boost 380 Onyx might be just for you.
The Yeezy Boost 380 Onyx may have toned down to the neutrals, but that did not take away any of its appeal to sneakerheads worldwide. Instead, it succeeded in captivating people’s interest as this colorway has proven itself attractive (maybe even more so than its predecessors) and a must-have for the Yeezy collectors.
The upper boasts a cool onyx Primeknit material with distinguished camo-prints in slate gray and dark browns. In comparison, the Reflective model of the Yeezy 380 Onyx has distinctive lighter accents on its upper even when not exposed to lightless settings. Blending into the sides are darker monofilament stripes with perforations for your runners’ breathability. All these radical features mount a brown midsole, rubber outsole with herringbone detailing for traction, and the ever-so-comfortable BOOST cushioning technology of the Yeezys.
Taking away some important points before buying your new Yeezy 380s is that these sneakers often run smaller than your average size. This is why a frequent reminder from the early birds is to go at least half a size up your original shoe size or even a full size higher to enjoy the best comfort off of your Yeezy 380s. Trust us, if you're getting sneakers in the $230-250 zone? Then you better get that perfect fit for you.