The sneakers, which have enjoyed incredible success since their debut last year, will be available in U.S. sizes 5k-10k in the Pirate Black and Turtledove colorways.
The sneakers are a nearly one-to-one model of the adult silhouettes, allowing parents and their kids to coordinate. The shoes feature Adidas’ Primeknit upper, rubber outsole, suede accents and the Boost midsole.
Adidas has priced the sneakers at $130. As with recent releases, Adidas will allow customers in select cities to reserve a pair through its Confirmed app. Ahead of the last release of the Yeezy Boost 750 in light grey, the brand expanded the app to more cities across the U.S. as well as in the U.K., Germany and Italy.
It’s not known when reservations will be open, but customers should sign up on the app ahead of time.
We’ve already gotten a look at what the Yeezy Boost 350s for kids look like thanks to Kanye West and Kim Kardashian West’s daughter, North, who has both the Turtledove and Pirate Black pairs and has even matched with her mom.