Just a day removed from the official unveiling of the Adidas Yeezy 350 Cleats, the brand with the three stripes via Twitter has confirmed Sept. 15 as the official release date for the Kanye West-designed football spikes.
Like the original Adidas Yeezy Boost 350, the Yeezy 350 Cleat features a Primeknit upper with the signature Yeezy pattern in “Turtledove.” However, unlike the Yeezy Boost sneaker, the Yeezy 350 Cleat has been reinforced with a SprintSkin coating and lacks the Boost cushioning found in the original shoe.
The Adidas Yeezy 350 Cleat was first spotted on Sept. 9, when Houston Texans wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins shared a look at the cleats on social media. They’ve also been worn on the field by the likes of Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson and Washington Redskins cornerback Josh Norman. Since then, the Yeezy Cleats have become one of the most buzzed-about topics of the NFL season thus far.
Based on the information provided, it appears that these cleats will be available exclusively through adidas.com/yeezy with no in-store release currently planned. Furthermore, it has been announced that the exact release time will be announced via the @adidasFBallUs Twitter account.
There is still no release information on the Yeezy 750 Cleat, which debuted on Sept. 8 when it was worn by Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller. Stay tuned for further details.