The summer’s powerful proliferation of new takes on the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 v2 will keep rolling right along into the fall, as the Kanye West-designed sneaker is set to release in a “Citrin” colorway this September. Most adidas Yeezys opt for a single-chroma design, but the “Citrin” ramps the color usage up somewhat significantly, enlisting three different hues that any Yeezy 350 fan is sure to be familiar with for a look that’s almost patchwork in nature. The upper features an “Antlia”-style top half and a “Lundmark”-esque bottom half, with a barrier between the two contrasting tones provided by the silhouette’s signature translucent monofilament side stripe. The midsole uses more “Lundmark” grey, and the outsole, toe, and heel then add a third color to the mix, drawing their earthy pink tone from the “Synth.” Much in the same way that the Air Jordan 1 “Top 3” combined a trifecta of popular styles, this Yeezy offers a look that’s sure to be somewhat divisive — but, if nothing else, at least moves the line in an alternate direction. Take a first look here, and stay tuned to our Sneaker Release Dates page for more info on a specific day of arrival as September draws closer.
adidas Yeezy Boost 350 v2 “Citrin”
Release Date: September 2019
Style Code: FW3042
Image: Yeezy Mafia