Recent leaked images unveil a never-before-seen sample of an adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 that bears a close resemblance to its 2017 predecessor. Donning a more subtle approach, this sample has not been confirmed as a release, and could potentially stay that way as no word has surfaced on the pair.

Easily one of the most sought after Yeezy’s due to its readily availability, the 350 V2 has become a fan favorite. In contrast to the “Zebra” 2017 release, this sample takes on a much simpler and clean look that allows the print to be the center of attention. Composed of a zebra-print woven upper, this iteration lacks the Red “SPLY 350” branding and does not present a two-tone sole. The most notable of changes is the translucent stripe seen in recent releases, suggesting it could be a potential release, although no word as of now.


The latest adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 has not been announced by the brand, much less officially recognized by the Three Stripes. However, should these slightly toned-down “Zebra’s” ever see a release date, we expect them to carry the standard retail price of $220. Check out the first look from HanZuYing below and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more adidas Yeezy release news.