If you’re familiar with the adidas Y-3 line, you know what that for the most part they tend to keep things subtle when it comes to the colorways that they use. Rarely do you ever see more than two or three colors on their sneakers. Looking to change things up a bit are these new multicolor versions of the Qasa High and Retro Boost.

Although the original build of the shoe remains the same, the change lies in the color palette used on the upper. One quick look at both shoes and you will see the black synthetic overlays upper being nicely complimented by mulitcolor neoprene placed throughout the upper. Additional features on the shoe include the contrasting white sole and the white Three Stripes branding placed on the heel pull tab of the shoe. Available now, pick up either pair at select retailers. Do you like this new look on the Y-3 models? Let us know in the comments below.

via: Foot Patrol

Author’s Take

I’m so used to seeing Y-3 sneakers in tonal and subtle looks that it’s kind of weird seeing it with all this color. I’m unsure about the look, but I’m leaning more towards like than dislike.

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