The adidas Yeezy Boost 350 v2 Carbon Beluga will mark the return to the market of a long-standing partnership, after months of negotiations.
It's true that, with Kanye's departure, the three-stripes brand was faced with a colossal financial loss. That's why, a few months later, adidas decided to amortize its costs by selling YEEZY again. In fact, shortly after this announcement, two old YEEZYs appeared on the official website. However, we have no information on potential release dates.
At present, this new 350 v2 draws on its roots, appropriating the codes of the Beluga from 2016 and its Reflective variant from 2021. We find a Primeknit upper in a zebra version this time darker than its counterparts, with a weave between gray and brown featuring a speckled effect. This is followed by the imposing orange stripe that reads "SPLY-350", while rope laces join the whole. The Boost sole is semi-translucent in charcoal gray.
In addition to multiple restocks, this new release is likely to be accompanied by many others in June 2023.