Adidas + Kanye West Confirms New Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Lineup

Adidas + Kanye West Confirms New Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Lineup

The first of the three new colorways, dubbed "Semi Frozen Yellow, drops this Saturday.

The first of the three new colorways, dubbed "Semi Frozen Yellow, drops this Saturday.

Text: Justin Ragolia

The internet has been awash with Yeezy 350 Boost rumors since the silhouette established itself as one of the most hyped runners of all time upon its initial release in 2015. Early this summer, whispers and phony images of an all-new Yeezy 350 Boost V2 lineup slated for a fall release have bubbled to the surface of sneaker forums and streetwear blogs, but have remained unverified.

That is, until this morning, when adidas + Kanye West officially confirmed that three new colorways of the V2 silhouette will drop this winter. The three new iterations of the Yeezy 350 Boost V2 include a Grey/Bold Orange/Solid Grey colorway, a Semi Frozen Yellow/Grey Steel/Red colorway, and a Blue Tint/Grey Three/High-Resolution Red colorway.

The most notable alteration to the v2 model is the opaque gum sole on the "Semi Frozen Yellow" Yeezy Boost, which wraps up and around the back portion of the outsole on the shoe's heel. This marks the most drastic change to date for the v2, which has remained relatively unchanged since its September 2016 release. It's clear that the collaboration's spirit of innovation and reinvention remains integral to the design of new interpretations of existing silhouettes, and we look forward to seeing what they'll have to offer in the coming months.

The "Semi Frozen Yellow" Yeezy 350 Boost V2 is slated to release this Saturday, November 18th.

The "Grey/Bold Orange" colorway, which has been colloquially dubbed the "Beluga 2.0," will release November 25th.

The "Blue Tint" colorway will release on December 16th.

Find out who'll be stocking the shoes here, and check out the new lineup below.

Credits: ALL IMAGES COURTEST OF ADIDAS + KANYE WEST

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