Last February, Adidas and Kanye West's long awaited collaborative partnership gave the world the Yeezy Boost 750. The high-top sneaker was West's first signature model since leaving the "Swoosh" and finding a home within the "Three-Stripe" regime.
That monumental release—which brought retailers to their knees—gave Adidas a leg-up on its competition to kick off 2015. Popularity and demand soared, leaving auction sites and resellers as the only feasible options people could use to secure a pair.
How popular were the shoes? Think about this: Nick Young of the Los Angeles Lakers recently broke them out in a game, despite the Yeezy Boost 750 being labeled as strictly a fashion-driven sneaker.
Now, 10 months later, a second installment of the Yeezy Boost 750 is set to release. Saturday, December 19 marks the return of arguably the hottest sneaker in footwear. Only this time, instead of a grey overtone and clean white sole, the Yeezy Boost 750 has been treated with a blackout colorway.
The all-black colorway makes for a perfect winter shoe. Unlike the white sole and soft grey liner that was attached to the first 750, it's much easier to parade around in this version. The wear and tear factor becomes visually minimal and that's a plus.
Per usual, Adidas and West made sure the materials used to sculpt this shoe were high-grade and lightweight. That combination has once again led to well-constructed product.
Getting your hands on a pair of Yeezy Boost 750s won't be for the faint of heart. Based on prior sell-outs and the bombastic waves of hype that surround anything Kanye these days, it's going to be quite a challenging haul.
Saturday, December 19 is the official launch date for the black Yeezy Boost 750. The kicks will come equipped with a $350 price tag.
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