Last week, rumors regarding an all-black Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 surfaced, and now sneaker fans may have their first look at the upcoming colorway.
New images of the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 surfaced online yesterday, thanks to @s.sam.group on Instagram. The popular running sneaker boasts a black and dark gray color palette seen throughout the intricate Primeknit design on the upper. Unlike the recently launched regional pack, it appears that this version will not feature a semitranslucent stripe on the lateral side. While official release info has yet to be officially confirmed by Adidas, the Instagram account has listed the stealthy iteration to arrive at select retailers sometime in June. The shoes are expected to come with a $220 price tag.
Leaks surrounding the all-black makeup first made rounds on social media last week, thanks to the Yeezy Mafia providing fans with a mock-up photo of the potential release. The shoes appear to be inspired by the coveted “Pirate Black” Yeezy Boost 350, which is now reselling for over $800 on StockX.
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