Just in time for the holiday season, Adidas is set to release three new colorways for its extremely popular sneaker, the Yeezy Boost 350 V2. According to multiple reports, the three new colors of the recently released sneaker will be available on Black Friday.
Like the original sneaker, the new Boost 350 V2s will feature Adidas’ PrimeKnit material all throughout the shoe in black with a new color stripe (copper, red and green) along the side which reads “SPLY-350.” The sneaker will also feature the Boost technology midsole.
While Adidas has not confirmed the new colorways yet, new photos show that they do exist. According to XXL, the sneakers will be available on Nov. 25 at select Adidas boutiques as well as through the Adidas Confirmed app. When asked about the sneakers, Adidas told WWD.com, “Adidas Originals has made no formal announcements about future product releases outside of the Yeezy Boost 750 launching on Oct. 15.”
The original Yeezy Boost 350 V2s released on Sept. 24 for $200. As expected, the sneakers quickly sold out, driving up the price on the resale market.
After collaborating with Nike to create the Air Yeezy and Air Yeezy 2, West split from the company in 2013, signing a long-term partnership with Adidas earlier this year. “There’s no amount of money they can give you to not be creative if you were born to create,” West said about working with Nike. “A lot of times people try to block your creativity, control you with money, and Adidas allowed me to make my own whole clothing line, which I wanted to do, and it was just like a little bit of oxygen.”