It’s only been a few weeks since the release of the highly-anticipated Yeezy Boost 350 V2 but this weekend Adidas and Kanye West will release another sneaker. The Yeezy Boost 750 Light Brown (Chocolate) will hit stores on Oct. 15. 

Featuring a light brown suede upper canvas with a mid-foot strap, the sneaker has matching brown shoelaces with Adidas’ midsole Boost technology and gum-colored bottom. The sneaker will be available in various Adidas stores and sneaker stores worldwide and will retail for $350. Reservations for the sneaker will be offered at select Adidas stores before release day through the Adidas Confirmed app. 

Check out a list of the stores in the United States selling the sneaker and head here to see a full list of worldwide stores.

  • A Ma Maniere – Atlanta
  • Wish – Atlanta
  • Nice Kicks – Austin
  • adidas Originals Store Aventura 
  • Addict – Bal Harbour
  • Bodega – Boston
  • adidas Store Brooklyn
  • Social Status – Charlotte
  • adidas Store Cherry Hill
  • adidas Originals Store Chicago
  • RSVP Gallery – Chicago
  • St. Alfred – Chicago
  • Xhibition – Cleveland
  • adidas Originals Store Costa Mesa
  • Bait – Diamond Bar
  • adidas Store Elmhurst
  • adidas Store Garden City
  • adidas Store Houston
  • Politics Lafayette – Lafayette
  • adidas Store Las Vegas
  • UNDEFEATED – Las Vegas

Yeezy Boost 750 Light Brown The new Yeezy Boost 750 will be available on Oct. 15. Photo: Adidas

  • Proper – Long Beach
  • adidas Originals Store Los Angeles
  • UNDEFEATED – Los Angeles
  • Shoe Gallery – Miami
  • adidas Originals Store Miami Beach
  • adidas Store New York
  • Concepts – New York
  • Kith NYC
  • Bait – Orange County
  • adidas Store Paramus
  • Ubiq – Philadelphia
  • Social Status – Pittsburgh
  • Social Status – Raleigh
  • adidas Store San Francisco
  • The Darkside Initiative – San Francisco
  • UNDEFEATED – San Francisco
  • Bait – Seattle
  • LIKELIHOOD – Seattle
  • Packer Shoes – Teaneck

After starting a partnership with Nike in 2009 that led to the Nike Air Yeezy and Nike Air Yeezy II, West left the brand in 2013. In 2015, West signed a partnership deal with Adidas which led to their first sneaker, the grey Yeezy Boost 750. 

Yeezy Boost 750 Light Brown Find out when and where you can pick up the new Yeezy Boost 750 Light Brown. Photo: Adidas