Another week, another release of a new Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 colorway.
The latest iteration of the Kanye West-designed sneaker is the “Cinder,” which is a stealthy dark brown that covers a majority of the breathable Primeknit upper and features a contrasting black stripe detail on the lateral side. Capping off the look is a black Boost-cushioned midsole and a dark gold rubber outsole.
The Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 “Cinder” is scheduled to arrive on March 21 on Adidas.com/Yeezy, the Adidas app and Yeezy Supply, and it will retail price of $220. Although it was announced that select Adidas Yeezy stockists would sell the look, the string of store closings is making a brick-and-mortar release less likely.
In related Adidas news, the brand announced today that it is temporarily closing all directly owned Reebok and Adidas stores in Europe, the U.S. and Canada. The closings will go into effect March 17 in the U.S. and Canada, and March 18 in Europe, the closures will last through Sunday, March 29. Retail employees will continue to receive pay for all hours they’ve been scheduled to work during the closures. Adidas and Reebok stores in “large parts” of Asia-Pacific, Latin America, Russia and emerging markets are open. The company’s digital operations also remain activated.
Adidas Remains Mostly Open, Despite Nike, Under Armour & Others Shutting Down Amid Coronavirus