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.