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The adidas Yeezy 750 Boost has already made a name for itself after Kanye West and adidas debuted a few colorways in 2015.

While it’s unlikely for the silhouette to receive an official collaborative release, designer James Warner imagines what it would be like if the adidas Yeezy 750 Boost did have a third-party involved. Some of the colorways include an A Bathing Ape camo pair, a Supreme version, a CDG Play-branded silhouette, the Red October, a commemorative Chinese New Year edition and a few others.

Check out the Yeezy 750 Boost Custom collaborations concepts below and for more on James’ designs hit up his Instagram. You can also check out what to expect from the upcoming Yeezy 350 Boost colorways from Yeezy Season 3 for 2016 here.

Yeezy 750 Boost Custom Collaborations

Yeezy 750 Boost Custom Collaborations

Yeezy 750 Boost Custom Collaborations

Yeezy 750 Boost Custom Collaborations

Yeezy 750 Boost Custom Collaborations

Yeezy 750 Boost Custom Collaborations

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