According to the early reports, only a handful of U.S. stores are expected to stock the sneakers, with allocations between 70 and 80 pairs per door. Included in the launch list are Adidas’ Los Angeles, SoHo NYC, Miami Beach, Fla. and Aventura, Fla., locations, as well as select Footaction, Foot Locker and Champs Sports locations via in-store raffles.
The front of the Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 “Zebra.”Adidas/@theyeezymafia
Reservations on the Adidas Confirmed app are reported to go live on Feb. 22, with an official announcement from Adidas expected in the coming days.
These Yeezy Boost 350 V2s are priced at $220 and feature a white-and-black patterned Primeknit upper. The shoe’s distinct “SPLY-350” lateral branding appears in red, and the sneaker is cushioned with full-length Boost.