After the successful release of the first colorway of YEEZY Boost 350 V2, adidas Originals and Kanye West will soon drop a new set of their coveted kicks. The sportswear giant confirmed that a new silhouette of YEEZY Boost 750 will officially come to select retailers this weekend.
The New YEEZY Boost 750
Adidas Originals announced on Twitter that a new shade of Kanye West-designed YEEZY Boost 750 will hit retailers on Saturday, Oct. 15. The company did not give details about the new colorway but it gave fans some clues. It also mentioned that the new high-top sneaker is made from a carefully selected choice of premium materials.
According to Yeezy Mafia, a reliable source who first leaked the new colorway's release, the all-new YEEZY Boost 750 will come in "Light Brown (Chocolate)" silhouette. The Twitter account for YEEZY news and leaks also shared photos of the new high-top sneakers that will come this weekend.
YEEZY Boost 750 'Light Brown' Specs & Price Details
The new YEEZY Boost 750 in "Light Brown" colorway looks darker in color compared to the previously released "Light Grey" silhouette. It features an earthy colored suede upper and distinctive mid-foot strap.
The latest YEEZY kick also boasts tonal laces and signature zippering system on the ankle. It is supported with a versatile and complementing full-length glow-in-the dark gum sole.
According to Kicks on Fire, the new shade of YEEZY Boost 750 is priced at $350. Reservations will start on Oct. 12 and the method will still be on a first-come, first-served basis. To learn about the process, download and install the adidas Confirmed app.
The latest YEEZY Boost 750 can be purchased at some chosen adidas flagship stores and consortium retailers across the globe. FN reported earlier that the US-based retailers that will handle the launch include Shoe Gallery, Undefeated, Proper, Sneaker Politics, Bodega, Reed Space and St. Alfred. It will also come to The Darkside Initiative, Nice Kicks, Burn Rubber, Dover Street Market NY, Addict, Packer Shoes, Kith NYC and Concepts.
It can be recalled that West and adidas Originals released the "Light Grey/Gum" silhouette of YEEZY Boost 750 in June. The sough-after high-top sneaker featured grey uppers with a glow-in-the-dark gum sole. It went sold-out in less than a minute.
The Sept. 24 release of YEEZY Boost 350 V2 in "Stegry/Beluga/Solred" colorway was also a huge hit. As previously reported, the much-hyped low-top sneakers generated more sales in the U.S. than the Nike Air Force 1 Low and Nike Air Force 1 Mid of the Jordan Brand.