This time, Adidas Originals and West will shift gears from the low-top Yeezy Boost 350 V2 silhouette and return to the high-top Yeezy Boost 750, which was last seen in a “Light Grey” colorway in June.
This latest Adidas Yeezy Boost 750 is set to arrive in “Light Brown,” which is a similar — yet noticeably darker — shade than June’s gray colorway. And like that shoe, the “Light Brown” Yeezy Boost 750 is finished off with a semi-translucent gum outsole and is cushioned with an encapsulated full-length Boost midsole.
As for a release date, @theyeezymafia said via Twitter that the Adidas Yeezy Boost 750 “Light Brown” is expected to drop on Oct. 15. While previous Yeezy Boost releases have been available at a wide range of Adidas Originals stockists, this colorway is planned for an exclusive launch through Adidas flagship stores and Adidas Consortium retailers.
Here’s a list of U.S.-based Adidas Consortium retailers:
Dover Street Market NY
The Darkside Initiative