Yeezy Boost 350 V2 go Blue Tint
Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, that’s right, they are finally here. Dubbed the “Blue Tint”, the latest iteration of the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 shall hit the shelves on December 16 and you may have a chance to score them, or not. You know how it works.
After adidas confirmed the release of the “Semi Frozen Yellow” and the “Beluga 2.0”, another pair of the adidas Originals Yeezy Boost 350 V2 has just been revealed.
Even though some images leaked around the web back in August, the brand has just unveiled new and official ones, confirming the release.
This colorway, in particular, is one like never seen before. Around here, sometimes, we think that designers and brands start to get lazy.
If we look back at all the colors that have released in the past (not only in the 350s, but also in the 750s, for example) not much has been done. We are not criticizing the design or whatever you may think, to each his own.
Can we consider all of this (together with the “Semi Frozen Yellow”) a game changer from Kanye and adidas’s side?
Featuring light blue accents around the lining as well as in parts of the semi-translucent sole unit surrounding the Boost, the upper is delivered in tonal grey. Also appearing is, of course, the trademark reverse SPLY-350 text in “High Res Red”.
Nevertheless, the only difference displayed is the colorway. That comes as no surprise. It includes a Primeknit upper, a boost midsole and a synthetic sole-cage.
However, this pair is sure to fly off the shelves, as it seems, due to very limited amounts. Unfortunate for many, fortunate for others, this gets to happen release after release. Plain and simple, that’s how you create the hype.
Yeezy for Christmas:
We do not find it weird that such release-date is just around the corner from Christmas. To close off the year, we are sure that this release will be wildly hyped and the queues will be as long as any other from previous releases.
Even though shops around the world are trying to control it via raffles, madness is upon us, yet again.
We barely see people that win raffles, that are allowed a few pairs through backdoor or that are able to buy pairs, in whatever way, wearing them. Resell has become part of the game, believe it or not, want it or not.
From Facebook groups, personal Instagrams, Depop and eBay accounts, Flight Club and the list goes on – if you are not lucky enough to buy a pair, expect to pay at least minimum retail for these.
Let us know what you think down in the comment section and of course, stay tuned for further news.