Back in July, YEEZY MAFIA predicted that the adidas YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 “Black/Red” would be set for a re-release later this year. Now, adidas has confirmed that the highly sought-after pair is coming back in December.
The Kanye West-designed pair first dropped in 2017 and caused plenty of hype thanks to its clean black and red colorway that adorns the Primeknit upper. Following pairs such as the widely popular “Beluga” and the trio of reverse-printed “SPLY-350” V2s, this black and red pair was about as close as it got to a colorway reminiscent of the original adidas YEEZY BOOST 350 “Pirate Black 1.0.,” before the 350 V2 “Pirate Black” released.
It features a post-dyed monofilament medial side stripe with contrasting red reverse-printed “SPLY-350” text, as well as a black-tinted full-length BOOST sole unit covering, red stitching on the textile trim, black rope laces, and a matching sock liner. As a result, the sneaker was a huge success and demanded hundreds of dollars in the resell market.
Now, adidas is giving you the chance to cop the pair once again in sizes for all of the family. The adidas YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 “Black/Red” is set to return on December 5 on the adidas app and will cost £179.95 GBP for adult sizes (approx. $240 USD). Kids and infants’ sizes will cost around $160 USD and $120 USD respectively.
In other news, adidas Originals is releasing an x-rayed version of its ZX 6000.
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