Yeezy Boost 350 V2 “MX Oat”
The Yeezy Boost 350 V2 ‘MX Oat’ features a one-piece Primeknit upper executed in a swirling pattern of orange, blue and yellow. A translucent stripe appears on the lateral side with a tonal pull tab on the heel. Underfoot, translucent rubber cage houses a full-length Boost unit, while a rubber outsole with cutouts provides traction.
Yeezy Boost 350 V2 ‘Sesame’
The Yeezy Boost 350 V2 ‘Sesame’ features a subdued color palette that matches the shoe’s minimalist construction. The ventilated Primeknit upper retains the heel tab and distinct center stitch detailing but does away with the mirrored ‘SPLY-350’ branding. A semi-translucent rubber midsole underneath encompasses a full-length Boost cushioning, while a gum rubber outsole delivers enhanced traction.
Yeezy 500 ‘Utility Black’
Kanye West and adidas launched the Yeezy 500 ‘Utility Black’ in July 2018. The retro-inspired silhouette counterbalances its bulky form with a sleek, all-black design. What sets this colorway apart from the standard triple-black finish is a singular use of tone – it’s a semi-faded black that coats the combination mesh and suede upper, as opposed to the pitch-black variety that’s more common in the sneaker firmament.
Yeezy Slides ‘Bone’
The Yeezy Slide 'Bone' applies a neutral hue to Kanye West’s take on an everyday sandal, constructed from EVA foam for lightweight comfort. The minimalist design is good for a sleek, contemporary look, with exterior branding limited to adidas’ three-stripe logo debossed at the heel of the footbed. The slip-on build rides atop a high-traction outsole, fitted with strategically placed grooves for sure footing.
Yeezy Boost 350 V2 ‘Citrin Non-Reflective’
Defining an era, the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 is the manifestation of Kanye West's unique design methodology and cultural influence. This 'Citrin' version—launched in September 2019—carries a dual-tone Primeknit bootie and tonal cord laces. Translucent monofilament panels are inserted into the sides while the back heel pull is removed for this colorway. Its distinctive TPU ribbed rubber sole, encasing Boost cushioning, is updated with a contrast tread pattern.
Yeezy Boost 350 V2 ‘Earth’
The Yeezy Boost 350 V2 'Earth' makes use of a Primeknit upper in a monochromatic dark khaki hue, complete with a post-dyed monofilament side strip for textural variety and a textile heel tab for easy on and off. The midsole ditches the traditional semi-translucent look for sidewalls in opaque tan rubber, concealing full-length Boost cushioning housed within. A gum rubber outsole provides durable traction underfoot. The 'Earth' colorway is available only in North America and Latin America.
Yeezy Slides ‘Desert Sand’
The Yeezy Slide 'Desert Sand' offers Kanye West’s take on a casual sandal, good for postgame relaxation or weekend lounging. A subtle tan finish complements the minimalist build, made with lightweight and durable EVA foam. Exterior branding is limited to adidas’ three-stripe logo debossed on the soft footbed. The outsole is crafted with strategically placed horizontal grooves for superior comfort and traction.
Yeezy Boost 350 V2 ‘Yecheil Non-Reflective’
Released in December 2019, the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 'Yecheil' sneaker departs from Kanye West's previous renditions connected by his signature earth tones. Multicolored yarns give a graphical look to the Primeknit upper. Classic features include rope laces, Three-Stripes at the inner heel and a translucent monofilament stripe through the lateral. The same 350 midsole/outsole is blacked out and still houses full-length Boost cushioning.
Yeezy Boost 350 V2 ‘Zebra’
The Yeezy Boost 350 V2 ' Zebra ' released on February 25, 2017, combining an upper white / core black Primeknit with a red SPLY 350 branding and a full-length translucent midsole boost. On November 16, 2018, another restock of the ' Zebra ' arrived, with more pairs hitting the marketplace and building on Kanye's commitment to make Yeezy more available to anyone who wished to acquire them.
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