On Tuesday, Adidas confirmed via Twitter that the Yeezy Boost 750 in black is coming soon. On Wednesday, the athletic brand released a statement that the sneakers will indeed be released on Dec. 19, as has been widely speculated. The sneakers will retail for $350 at select retailers, Adidas.com and via the Adidas Confirmed app.
Footwear News rounded up a list of U.S. stockists. The last Yeezy sneaker release, the 350s in Moonrock, dropped on Nov. 14. The 950 boot and Yeezy Season 1 apparel sold out quickly after the release in late October.
Prior to the release of the Moonrock colorway, many believed that the Nov. 14 release would be the beige 350s. Kanye West first debuted the beige colorway at the MTV Video Music Awards in August. Now, we’re getting another glimpse at the sneakers thanks to Kylie Jenner, who shared a photo of the black 750s and beige 350s on her Instagram.
The first Yeezy Boost 750 made its debut on West’s feet at the Grammy Awards in February and was released later that month. Since then, West and Adidas have released the gray, black and Moonrock 350s, as well as the 950 boots.
Earlier this month, West and Adidas were honored with the Shoe of the Year award at the FN Achievement Awards. During his speech, he said that Adidas designer Nic Galway was in China at the time working on the next Yeezy design.
In a statement released on Wednesday, Adidas Originals General Manager Arthur Hoeld said that “in Kanye we found a partner at the top of his field who understands the adidas brand heritage, possesses a like-minded insight to the future of culture, and who, like us, has a desire to push the boundaries. With the YEEZY BOOST Kanye brings his unique creativity and individuality to the forefront of design.”