The adidas Yeezy 500 is about to re-release the new color scheme. This Adidas Yeezy 500 Salt is a gray color, which reminds us of the Yeezy Boost 350 “Moonrock”. In terms of materials, the new Yeezy 500 continues the combination of the iconic Nuba leather, suede and mesh fabrics. The famous breaking account Yeezy Mafia broke the first picture of the Yeezy 500 "Salt" today. From the picture point of view, this color matching is also very easy to match.The adidas Yeezy 500 has been a hit this year. Although the first few colorways hit some trouble with hype shortly after their drop, the 500 is now a steadfast piece of the Yeezy lineup, meaning the next “Salt” colorway can’t come sooner.The latest addition to this year’s adidas Yeezy 500 lineup appears to be the closest we are getting to an all-white colorway. Titled “Salt”, the new look continues the trend of monotone colorways for the 500. However, the fresh neutral look is not entirely white. The color is somewhat grainy and relies on the texture of each material to add depth as well as a bit of shadow. Currently, only a handful of images are currently available of the “Salt” Yeezy 500, and they are interesting. While information from the YeezyMafia says that the color is a greenish-grey combination, similar to that of the “Moonrock” Yeezy Boost 350. Despite the early images showing the suede portions of the shoe as similar to that of the “Blush” colorway, new on foot images are here to contest that. Collaboration is coming. Next year, adidas Ultra Boost HBO’s smash-hit Game of Thrones will give their take on an adidas Ultra Boost for each family in the show. This announcement comes as such a surprise because it feels very strange for a TV show of this caliber that hardly makes its own merchandise to be interested in such a high-profile collaboration. However, it is very fitting. Next year, GoT’s eight-season run on HBO is coming to a close, and many fans are agonizing over what will happen to their favorite characters. While the leak of a project from Thrones and adidas doesn’t give us any answers, it certainly gives us something to look forward to as the final season quickly approaches. This week, we finally have a good look at the Lannister’s pair, which pits the Ultra Boost’s Primeknit upper in a bright red tone. Reflective gold threads are mixed in to ensure they are fit for royalty and raised gold stripes to boot. Black heel cups and a black inner lining help define the shoe better, while a “Hear me Roar” tag on the heels identifies them as the Lannisters’ pair. adidas Yeezy Boost 700 Waverunner first made its debut to the sneaker world back on August 12th, 2017. After several months of leaks and early photos, the silhouette surfaced for preorder on Kanye’s YeezySupply store. However, unlike your usual adidas Yeezy release, they didn’t sell out in seconds. Instead, pairs were available for presale in a full-size run for several hours, allowing time for consumers to make up their mind on the new silhouette. Like many sneakers, not everyone was initially sold on the chunky “dad” design, though, and what followed was one of the most intense debates in sneaker history.