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Nike Air Yeezy II-Black Green Mens Shoes Outlet
  • Nike Air Yeezy II-Black Green Mens Shoes Outlet
  • Nike Air Yeezy II-Black Green Mens Shoes Outlet
  • Nike Air Yeezy II-Black Green Mens Shoes Outlet
  • Nike Air Yeezy II-Black Green Mens Shoes Outlet
  • Nike Air Yeezy II-Black Green Mens Shoes Outlet
  • Nike Air Yeezy II-Black Green Mens Shoes Outlet
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    The Nike Air Yeezy, named for Kanye West's Yeezy nickname, was developed from 2007 to 2009 by rapper Kanye West and Nike Creative Director Mark Smith. Despite later qualms with Nike, Kanye has spoken very highly of Smith as both a collaborator and designer, and Smith has said the same of Kanye, stating that he is a truly creative talent and a natural designer.

    The design process for the Nike Air Yeezy was long and features dozens of sample colorways and silhouettes. The early prototype of the Air Yeezy had many features that greatly differ from the release version of the shoe. For instance, the midsole and outsole featured what the shoe's creators referred to as Death Star tooling, named for the large spherical shape on the back half of the midsole. The outsole also featured the Y-print that was used on the toebox of the three release versions. Also, on the very early prototypes, the shoe used LED lights implanted in the outsole, but after issues with low battery life and cost evaluation, production staff at Nike came to the conclusion that glow in the dark rubber would be used in place of the LED lights.