Here we go again — Adidas has officially opened up registration for the newest and most rare iteration of the Yeezy Boost line. Photos of the Yeezy Boost V2 ‘Zebra’ colorway began circulating on Feb. 16, though the official release date for the sneaker was not confirmed until days later.

According to Adidas, the shoes will release on Feb. 25. Those hoping to add this shoe to their collection should be aware that this is the smallest, and therefore most difficult to cop, sneaker in the collection thus far. Just four Adidas locations and a handful of boutiques in the United States are expected to carry the sneaker.

Here’s everything you need to know to make the Yeezy Boost V2 ‘Zebra’ yours:

In-Store Sales

According to Sneaker News, very few Adidas stores will be carrying this colorway. The shoe will be available at the Adidas store on Spring Street in New York City; Miami Beach; Miami Aventura and in Los Angeles on Melrose Avenue. The site suggests that a handful of boutiques will also get a few pairs, though the store names have not yet been made available.

Those outside the U.S. can click HERE for a full list of retailers.

Online Sales

Adidas will be selling the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 ‘Zebra’ colorway on their website at an undisclosed time on the release date. No further information about online sales is available at this time, but given the limited availability of these shoes, it seems unlikely that other sneaker retailers will be selling this iteration.

Those who don’t want to deal with the madness of trying to beat other shoppers to the checkout and don’t mind shelling out some serious cash can purchase these and previous Yeezy Boost released — including the 350 V2’s, 750’s and original 350’s — at various online stores. Stadium Goods, eBay and many other trusted sneaker sellers will be likely selling the in-demand sneakers, though buyers should be aware that they will be marked up significantly from the original price tag.

Adidas Confirmed

Reservations are on the Adidas Confirmed app open Feb. 22. Those who wish to try their luck with the app can download it for free, though you have to live in specified zones be in the aforementioned zones when reservations open. Adidas Confirmed users must also agree to pick up their sneakers on a specified date or risk forfeiting their Yeezy Boost 350 V2’s to another buyer.

Raffles And Giveaways

Sneakerheads willing to risk it all may enter a number of raffles and/or giveaways to get their hands on the ‘Zebra’ Yeezy Boost 350 V2 colorway. While it’s not clear which boutiques are doing raffles at this time, there are a few dependable giveaways you can sign up for. The Frenzy app, for example, is offering one lucky winner an authentic pair in their size or the closest size available.