In January, The Yeezy Mafia leaked information about Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 styles rumored to release this year. Among the pairs that sparked buzz was the upcoming “Clay” iteration, and now we have the first look.
Picking up where things left off with the launch of two “Static” 350 V2s, the latest version of the lifestyle runner will boast a brown Primeknit design featuring a burgundy translucent stripe across the knitted upper. Adidas branding is kept to a minimum, with the Three Stripes logo spotted within the heel portion of the sock liner alongside an eye-catching orange heel tab. The upper sits atop a Boost-cushioned midsole with a semitranslucent rubber outsole.
Last month, The Yeezy Mafia leaked a rendering of the “Clay” Yeezy Boost 350 V2 with a caption stating that the sneaker is expected to be part of a special release, but it did not indicate whether there are any changes in retail pricing or how limited the drop will be. In December, it was announced that the “Static Reflective” colorway would be limited to 5,000 pairs worldwide.
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