Yeezy Boost 350 "Black" Release Is Officially Confirmed by adidas with New Images
Here we go again.
The Internet was already abuzz earlier this year with speculations of an adidas Yeezy Boost 350 “Pirate Black” drop. However, Three Stripes has now officially announced the “release” (note that it is not shared as a “re-stock”) of the cult favorite sneaker simply in “Black.” Accompanied by a rather cryptic teaser image, details are sparse regarding whether the launch will be a restock of the original colorway or if it will be an entirely new iteration. On possible changes to the prototype, some have reported that the new release may be revised with a white stripe down the middle, as well as a blue sock liner. To underscore the ambiguity of the new shoes, the adidas-released image seems to be rendered in black and white and therefore holds any color alteration rumors at bay. Included in the gallery above is another image seen on adidas.com/yeezy although again, particulars are impossible to confirm.
More than just a pretty face, the Yeezy Boost is constructed with some of today’s most advanced digital engineering techniques. Constructed with a Primeknit upper, the lo-top Yeezy Boost 350 is designed to replicate the fit of a second skin. Paired with BOOST technology, the shoe is highly responsive and is designed to yield the utmost comfort of fit. If you’re hoping to secure a pair, mark your calendars for February 19 and as usual, expect pandemonium.