Every fashionable style-setter knows that it's best to stay one step ahead of the curve. This means anticipating great new trends even before they arrive. 

If you're a sneakerhead, then you've likely been anticipating all of the best Yeezys 2021 has to offer! Already this year, we've seen some incredible styles and colorways and there are still more to come. 

Today, we're taking a look at the top spring and summer styles to collect now, as well as what's around the bend for autumn and winter. 

New Adidas Yeezy Foam Runner Sandals

The Adidas Yeezy Foam Runner Sandals are arguably the most creative addition to the collection to date. They're also some of the most divisive, though most people agree that they're as comfortable as they are unique. 

A cross between a loafer, sandal, and sneaker, Kanye's daughter North West first debuted these shoes in 2019. On June 26, 2020, the Ararat colorway was the first official Foam Runner to drop. In 2021, there are even more designs to choose from, and the sandals continue to surge in popularity. 

Check out the Mineral Blue Adidas Yeezy Foam Runner Sandals, released on May 26, 2021. Sleek and neutral, these were a go-to choice this summer, paired with everything from swimwear to activewear. More eye-catching designs like the MX Cream Clay colorway were released later in the season, and the highly-anticipated Yellow Ochre will debut September 18.

Bright Yeezy Slides

While we're talking about the best Yeezys of the summer, we can't fail to mention the ultra-bright colorways released for the Yeezy Slides! Made from an injected EVA foam, these slides first made their appearance in December 2019. For the most part, new releases have stayed primarily within the neutral earth tones that dominated the early line.

That changed this summer, with the debut of the bright green Yeezy Slide Resin in May and the Enflame Orange colorway in June. Others, including Green Glow, Soot, and Pure, were released in early September. 

New Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Colorways

One of the most iconic sneakers that Kanye has ever created, the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 officially hit the market on September 24, 2016, featuring a gray and orange Beluga colorway. Since then, there continue to be exciting new releases, from the out-of-this-world Zebra colorway to the ever-classic Core Black/Red.

This year saw several new releases, including the Light Yeezy Boost 350 V2 in August. This innovative sneaker features UV-sensitive technology that allows the shoe to take on different colors in the sunlight. The sneak's Primeknit upper can shift from creamy white to pink, while the side stripe moves from cream to amber.

Earlier this year, the 350 V2 Ash Pearl and Mono Clay colorways debuted in March and June, respectively. 

New Yeezy Boost 700 Colorways

Along with the Yeezy 350 V2s, the Boost 700s are also top-selling sneaks in the collection. While the former is a Primeknit shoe designed for ultimate athletic comfort, the Boost 700 features a chunkier platform and taller, multi-layer silhouette.

The Yeezy Boost 700 debuted at the 2017 Yeezy Season 5 fashion show. That year, the first colorway, Waverunner, hit the stands and ignited an instant craze. While some weren't so sure about the so-called "Dad Shoe" trend, the look took off.

In true Kanye fashion, it was an iconic moment that catalyzed a major movement.

In 2021, more colorways were added to the line. This included the Bright Blue Yeezy Boost 700 in April and the Blue Tint in July. The eagerly-awaited Mauve colorway is set to drop on September 25, featuring the Boost 700 V2 style.

New Yeezy 700 V3 Colorways

The Yeezy 700 V3 was the first 700 model designed without the line's trademark BOOST cushioning and support. Though it debuted in December 2019, it really took off three months earlier. In September 2019, a video was released showing Kanye gifting a pair of the then-unknown sneakers to fellow musician DJ Khaled.

The first release was December's Azael colorway, followed by Alvah in April 2020. Azareth came in August 2020, followed by Safflower in November and Clay Brown in December. In March 2021, fans were delighted by another exciting colorway, the Kyanite Yeezy 700 V3.

Yeezy Boost 700 MNVN

The Yeezy Boost 700 MNVN first surfaced back in 2018, when it was reportedly called the Yeezy Boost 700 VX. Released in early 2020, the lineup's first colorways included Orange and Triple Black. These sneakers feature padded nylon uppers and a BOOST-powered midsole.

Since then, other new colorways have joined the lineup. These include the Bright Cyan Yeezy Boost 700 MNVN, released in June 2021, as well as the Honey Flux, which is set to be released on September 20. 

All-New Yeezy 450s

Kanye first teased his Yeezy 450s in a series of sketches shared back in 2018. At the time, they were dubbed the Yeezy 451. However, they debuted in March 2021 as an exclusive part of YEEZY SUPPLY.

Like the line's UltraBOOST models, these sneakers feature a Primeknit upper. However, they take on an entirely new shape thanks to the sleek tooling that wraps around the sole unit and travels all the way up to the collar. This portion, which is designed to look like a ribcage, is made of the same material you'll find in the Foam Runners. 

Designed to look and fit more like a sock than a shoe, the first colorway was the Yeezy 450 Cloud White, which sold out in under one minute. Dark Slate joined the collection in June.

Score These Yeezys 2021 Debuts

Are you ready to rock the best Yeezys 2021 colorways and designs? No matter your personal style, you can find a stunning new pair of kicks that will complement your look. While 2021 had plenty of ups and downs, fashion was a prevailing spotlight moment. 

As sneakerheads ourselves, we're always on the lookout for the latest designs and releases. We're proud to be your one-stop-shop when you're ready to expand your footwear collection. Feel free to browse all of our Yeezys online and stay tuned for new, exciting additions!