adidas Yeezy Boost
Kanye West and adidas; a collaboration that has proven, since the start to be an ever popular collab. As part of the Yeezy collection, Kanye and the German sneaker giants collaborated to create the Yeezy Boost 350 and the Yeezy Boost 750. These are trainers that sneakerheads have gone crazy for since the release of the first Yeezy Boost sneaker, the Yeezy Boost 750 which released in February 2015 in a grey/white colourway exclusively in NYC. The 750 is a mid-top sneaker and it had sold out within 10 minutes.
The second release of the 750 saw it drop in an all-black colourway and that hit stores in December 2015, this was followed up in June 2016 with a grey/gum colourway and finally, the most recent 750 colourway dropped in October 2016 in a Chocolate colourway.
June 2015 saw the Yeezy Boost 350 drop as an extremely limited release created with exquisite, beautiful materials. A Primeknit and premium leather was combined with a full-length Boost midsole and the Yeezy Boost 350 was born in a white and grey colourway known as “Turtle Dove” which was then followed by an all-black colourway, the “Pirate Black”. Following these two colourways of the Yeezy Boost 350 V1 there was the two final colourways that dropped, a “Moonrock” version and the light-brown “Oxford Tan” version.
Fast-forward to September 2016 and the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 was announced which is another low-top sneaker and it’s famed for the coloured stripe on the side of the shoe with “SPLY-350” emblzoned on the Primeknit upper. The first V2 to drop was a grey/Beluga-Solar red colourway. Following this very hyped release we saw three new colourways release in November 2016, the “Copper”, “Green” and “Red” versions released together with people arguing online over which was the best colourway and finally in December 2016, we saw the “Core Black/Core White” version of the sneaker drop which brought us nicely into 2017.
2017 got off to a flying start for fans of the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 sneaker as it was announced on February 19th that we were set to see the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 “Zebra” colourway drop and these were an even more limited release which also saw the resell value of these sneakers shoot up above £1,000 online. There’s set to be plenty more releases in 2017 of Yeezy Boost sneakers so keep locked to Boost All Day for more news as and when we get it.