One of the gripes some people have developed with the Adidas Yeezy line is that it has become stagnant. New colorways of the 350 V2 are being delivered what feels like weekly. The occasional 700 or 700 V2 still makes an appearance, but some are clamoring for the next chapter of Kanye's footwear line with the Three Stripes. Apparently, that chapter could be Yeezys becoming more sustainable. Sneakers made out of algae that are fully biodegradable are reportedly in the works. They would be able to break down over time in landfills, or almost instantly when sprayed with a special bacteria.

The idea of making more sustainable product isn't foreign to West's partner, Adidas, who has taken pride in the continued expansion of its product line made of Parley Ocean Plastic over the past few years.