It’s only been a few days since we first laid eyes on the Adidas Yeezy football cleats, and now the brand with the three stripes has confirmed that at least one of the Yeezy cleats will be released to the public.
The Yeezy 350 Cleats, which were first seen in a social media post from Houston Texans wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins, are inspired by the coveted “Turtledove” Yeezy Boost 350 colorway that was first released in July 2015 and recently dropped in toddler sizes.
The adidas.com/yeezy splash page has been updated to reflect the new performance footwear, which Adidas Football says is built with the same Primeknit upper seen on the original Yeezy 350 Boost.
The knit has been reinforced with Sprintskin technology to withstand the rigors of on-field play, and it all rests atop Adidas 5-Star tooling for lightweight strength and traction.
Unlike the Yeezy 350 Boost sneakers, these cleats do not feature Boost cushioning.
In addition to the Yeezy 350 cleats, Adidas Football US also tweeted official imagery of the Yeezy 750 cleats, noting that they are coming soon.
There is no confirmed release date for the Yeezy 350 Cleats; however, the adidas.com/yeezy launch page notes that they will be released soon. Check back soon for an official date.