More Yeezys are coming at us this Fall as we bring you a new look at the next colorway expected to release, the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 v2 Beluga 2.0.Serving as the 2nd version to the OG Beluga pair that released back in September of 2016, this Yeezy Boost 350 V2 comes covered in two shades of grey on the Primeknit upper. Bold Orange is then placed on the “SPLY-350” branding on the side panels. Additional details include a heel pull tab with orange stitching on it and a semi-translucent midsole that has been infused with adidas’ signature Boost technology.
It looks like the Zebra will be available once more and according to Yeezy Mafia, adidas is pushing back the Dark Green pair to re-release the Zebra colorway on June 24th instead. The sneaker is simply the same one from February with its black and white, zebra-like design on the primeknit upper, while red SPLY-350 lettering and stitching is seen on the pull-tab. A translucent Boost midsole completes the look altogether.
Following the release of the White, a dark green version of the sneaker is expected to drop this summer 2017.If you remember, the model was first seen during the Yeezy Season 4 fashion presentation. Simply dressed in the defining hue across its primeknit upper with matching laces, side stripes, stitching and heel tabs, the sneaker is topped off with a translucent sole that encases the signature Boost cushioning.
The Dark Green was supposed to release last month but it was pushed back for a restock of the Zebras instead. Now according to trusted Yeezy sources Yeezy Mafia, the shoe has been cancelled and will not hit store shelves or online. There is no official word from adidas yet, but rumors are saying the cause are possible production problems and calendar issues, as well as even Kanye West himself deciding to not release the pair. The other Yeezys to release this year are the Beluga 2.0, Blue Tint and Semi-Frozen Yellow (Yebra).