Yeezy Boost 350 V2

A decade-defining sneaker designed by Kanye West and adidas, the Yeezy Boost 350 v2 embodies the spirit of the decade. Because the Yeezy inventory continues to sell out instantly from one release to the next, it has certainly captured the attention of the mainstream audience, and its demand is out of control. The shoes are constructed with an elastic upper made of the Three Stripes’ signature Primeknit material, while their bottoms have ribs that house their Boost midsole cushioning. Variations in recent years have opted instead to keep things to a cleaner aesthetic rather than embellish its traditional stripe with “SPLY-350” text hits.

adidas Yeezy shoe West’s “Beluga” colorway made its official debut on September 24th, 2016, making it one of the most popular adidas Yeezy shoes ever created. Over the years, the silhouette has been released in a wide array of colorways, as well as several restocks, all of which sold out in a matter of hours. Adidas introduced “Reflective” versions of the silhouette in 2019, which are much more limited than non-reflective models as many of them were Yeezy Supply exclusives.

As part of New York Fashion Week in 2015, the Yeezy Boost 350 was unveiled. A year later, the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 made good on Kayne West’s promise to deliver Yeezys for all with its minimalist knit upper and Boost cushioning. It is one of West’s most iconic silhouettes today and is available in several colorways, including the Pirate Black and Carbon Beluga, as well as the Panda and Onyx Restocks from CMPCT.

In the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 ‘Clay,’ a warm palette and a semi-translucent, three-tone vent are added to the silhouette. With a flexible Primeknit upper and full-length Boost cushioning, the ‘Clay’ colorway retains the standout features of the original 350 V2 shoe released in September 2016. There is an authenticity certificate included.