It appears a new colorway of Kanye West’s Adidas Yeezy sneakers is in the works and it’s already building up hype.
Sneaker leak social media account Yeezy Mafia released images of the Adidas Yeezy Boost 380 “Blue Oat,” a colorway previously rumored to be called “Bloarf.” The photos show a predominantly dark brown Primeknit upper with hits of orange and a perforated sky blue stripe, which sits atop a translucent Boost midsole. The style was rumored to drop in May 2020 with a selling price of $230 but Yeezy Mafia now reports that the style will be dropping worldwide on June 20. They will likely release on Adidas.com as well as at select retailers.
On their website, Yeezy Mafia also announced that a reflective iteration of the “Blue Oat” will also be releasing soon as part of a shock drop with no set date or price yet. The “Blue Oat” colorway first leaked in January by @py_rates on Instagram, along with nine other styles including the “Barium” Yeezy Boost Quantum and the “Alvah” Yeezy 700 V3.
This silhouette was previously known as the Yeezy Boost 350 V3 before it was renamed the Yeezy Boost 380. It made its retail debut in the “Alien” colorway on Dec. 12, 2019, retailing for $230. The current resale price is around $450 on StockX.
As of now, Adidas has yet to announce the release information about the new Yeezy Boost 380 colorway. Adidas also has an alerts sign-up online.
Information on new colorways of the infamous Yeezy Slides also surfaced on Yeezy Mafia this week. The “Core” take on the slip-on sandal highlights a tonal green colorway while the “Soot” is wrapped in all-gray. The silhouette utilizes an EVA foam footbed with the infant version including a securing strap on the heel.
The “Core” and “Soot” iterations of the Adidas Yeezy Slide are rumored to hit stores in the fall. Prices for similar styles $55 for adults, $45 for kids and $35 for infants at YeezySupply.com.