Yet another batch of Yeezy Boosts are due to hit stores this weekend. Adidas has announced the official release date for the latest sneaker in rapper Kanye West's wildly popular line. The "core black/core white" Yeezy Boost 350 v2 will be available for purchase Dec. 17. Three other colorways -- "core black/copper metallic, core black/green, and core black/red" -- were released in November. Like the previously released Yeezy Boost 350 v2s, the "core black/core white" color way features a primeknit upper construction, bold stripe from toe to heel, "SPLY-350" branding, matching laces and a partially translucent rubber sole.
Just under one week after the release of the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 "Black/Red" colorway, it seems another is coming down the pike. The Yeezy Boost 350 V2 "Zebra" is believed to be release on Feb. 25. Yeezy Mafia obtained the first official photos from the latest in Adidas' line with Kanye West, much to the delight of shoe addicts and fashion lovers everywhere. Like the "Black/Red" release, the "Zebra" colorway once again brings back the heel tab. Adidas and Kanye West are rumored to be gearing up for another Yeezy Boost 350 V2 release.
Just in time for spring, Kanye West and Adidas are gearing up for the release of a fresh new Yeezy Boost 350 V2 colorway. Photos of the "cream" iteration began circulating about a month ago with no confirmed release date. As has been the case with the last few releases, they'll be available through select retailers. Adidas has yet to confirm this date. The Yeezy Boost 350 V2 "cream" features a white sole and body.
On Black Friday 2016, Kanye West and Adidas released the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 in the "core black/core red" colorway. The shoes sold out quickly online and in stores, as they always do, leaving many unable to snag a pair. Sneaker heads holding out for the second coming of these highly coveted shoes have no need to hold their breath another minute. On Tuesday, Adidas announced that the "core black/core red" colorway would be hitting store shelves and online retailers inventory once again on Feb. 11. This marks the first Yeezy Boost release in 2017, though three other colorways -- "core black/core white," "core black/copper metallic," and "core black/green" -- were sold in 2016.