As Kanye and adidas prepare their Fall and Winter collection, we just got a look at three new renditions of the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 that will be released as apart of the duos’ SS21 lineup.
Featuring three all brand new colorways, the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 looks to continue releasing without a heel tab next year. These three makeovers also are expected to feature the multi-knitted upper like we have seen recently with the Israfil and Carbon renditions along with the translucent midfoot stripe. Named similarily, the first pair that’s set to release in February is the “Ash Stone” rendition which will feature a dark earthy-toned upper composed of shades of brown all while featuring a clay-colored midfoot stripe.
The second pair is slated for an “Ash Blue” makeover which could be compared to the Israfil variation. Featuring shades of dark and light blue throughout the upper and grey on the lacing system and midsole, the colorway dons similarities to the 700 Carbon Blue that previously released while also displaying a cream-colored translucent stripe.
The third edition is dubbed, “Ash Pearl” and will be releasing in March of 2021. Featuring a multi-colored upper of white, black, tan, and grey, this edition is the most universal of them all and will likely highlight the trio. The colorway dons similar hues to the Static, Yeshaya, and Ctrin renditions while featuring a fresh new take to the coveted sneaker.
All three renditions will be releasing in the Spring of next year via select Yeezy retailers, Yeezy Supply and adidas.com for the usual $220 price-tag. Keep it locked to JustFreshKicks for all of the latest adidas Yeezy release information.
Source: Yeezy Mafia