Kayne West selling most expensive combat boots ever created

Kanye West has released a new line of high-fashion-priced clothes that look more like what a blind homeless person would wear.  The Yeezy clothing line features a blend of colors akin to the colors of old uniforms that have low crawled through Georgia red clay or were accidentally washed with a girlfriend’s pair of red underwear.

Seriously though, if I were a homeless veteran I would look better than this and it would not cost me a month’s salary.  Who pays to look homeless vet -well, besides Shia LaBeouf?

Yeezy Spring 2016 Photo: Courtesy Yeezy

Did he buy up all of the Army’s surplus BDU jackets and slap thousand dollar price tags on them?

Yeezy Spring 2017 Photo: Jackie Nickerson
Yeezy Spring 2017 Photo: Jackie Nickerson

Continuing with the trend of military styled apparel he has created what could be considered the most expensive combat boot ever.

The extremely plain looking boot is made in Spain and boasts being constructed with “high quality fabrics.”  The calfskin -whatever that is- boot is actually the least expensive boot is his footwear line, with a price tag of $645.

If women want to sport a military boot -without the hassle of a four year military commitment- they can purchase the Women’s Military Sock Boot for $725.


I wish I could say we had a chance to review their durability by giving them a good field test but nobody here can afford a pair.

Maybe Shia will donate a pair for testing.  He seems to be the authority on the “I am a millionaire but dress like a homeless veteran” style these days.

117750, Shia LaBeouf, wearing his trademark brown pants, boots and tattered hat, picks up some books in Los Angeles. LaBeouf is suing his uncle for a 2nd time for $200,000, after wining a judgment in February to the tune of $800,000. The lawsuits stem from an unpaid loan Shia gave his uncle in January 2011. Los Angeles, California - Wednesday April 30, 2014. Photograph: Sam Sharma, © PacificCoastNews. Los Angeles Office: +1 310.822.0419 London Office: +44 208.090.4079 sales@pacificcoastnews.com FEE MUST BE AGREED PRIOR TO USAGE

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