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The adidas Yeezy Boost 350 v2 is one of the most popular Yeezy shoes ever made. It features an elastic Primeknit upper and a BOOST midsole, while the most recognizable detail is the ribbed midsole. First releasing in September of 2016, the Yeezy Boost 350 v2 has gone on to be the best-selling adidas Yeezy shoe so far, with several colorways having released and restocked to date.
With three children of his own and a fourth on the way, it’s clear that Kanye West loves the kids, and that affection extends to his footwear as well, with the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 v2 “Clay” now set to drop in both kids and infant sizes. These adidas Yeezys feature all the detailing and tech that makes their full-sized counterparts so popular, from the two-toned Primeknit upper to the translucent monofilament side stripe and a midsole packed full of comfy Boost cushioning. All this makes for a compelling design ethos as most GS/PS shoes on the market today don’t offer a full slate of premium materials. This isn’t West’s first go-around with pint-sized Yeezy 350s, as everything from the OG “Turtledove” to the more recent “Bred” have all been shrunken down, but it is a long time coming, as the last infant pair to release was the “Cream,” which debuted all the way back in April of 2017. The “Clay” is set to arrive on May 18th with the kids pairs retailing for $160 USD and the infant pairs for $140 USD, so check a store list below to see where you can secure the sizes you need for your little ones.
With a wide slate of earth-toned releases over the past few months, Kanye West‘s adidas Yeezy line has left some fans pining for grayscale palettes, and now those wishes are being answered by the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 v2 “Black.” A simple-yet-alluring combination of old and new, these Yeezy 350s offer an updated take on a the “Pirate Black” colorway that debuted back in 2015, but equip it with the line’s modern-day translucent midfoot stripe. Since the color is simple, the textures are the real standout here, with the shoe offering a trifecta of different weave patterns on its Primeknit upper and a single line of red stitching on a heel tab for a clever nod to the aforementioned “Pirate Black.” High-vis reflective material is woven into the laces to ensure late-night visibility, and a bulbous black midsole/outsole stuffed to the gills with white Boost cushioning then completes the look. Much like last year’s “Static” makeup, they’ll release in both a base version (pictured here) and a more limited style that features reflective material woven through the entire upper. Check out on-foot shots of these new Yeezys below for an idea of what they might look like with your ‘fit, and expect a release on June 22nd for $220 USD.
Although the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 and adidas Yeezy Boost 350 v2 have both released in a plethora of colorways since the line debuted in 2015, an all-black version of the Yeezy 350 hadn’t been seen since that same year’s “Pirate Black” drop. However, that four-year drought is now set to come to an end, as the Yeezy 350 v2 will release in a black makeup on June 22nd. While the monochromatic look is intentionally simple, there’s still plenty of interesting details present. The translucent midfoot stripe that’s proliferated through the ranks of the 350 as of late stands out from the rest of the upper due to its tightly-knit texture, and a single thin line of red stitching reaches across the heel tab for a clever nod to the original “Pirate Black” colorway. High-vis reflective material is woven into the laces/doused across the Three Stripes graphic on the sockliner, and a semi-translucent black midsole packed full of Boost cushioning completes the look. As mentioned above, these simple-yet-effective adidas Yeezys are scheduled for a June 22nd release date. They’ll also be priced at the silhouette’s standard $220 MSRP. Check out a detailed set of images below, and for more info on other upcoming Yeezys, be sure to check out our Yeezy 700 Analog buyer’s guide.