adidas Yeezy seems to only ever operate in neutrals, exploring a vast range of earth tones while dosing in a few more colorful iterations here and there. But, despite their leaning towards versatility, the brand rarely explores black and white, often releasing such pairs in seldom. 2020, with wearable colorways still on everybody’s wish list, is currently poised to provide as the Yeezy Boost 350 v2 is expected to see an “Oreo” styling. As ingrained in sneaker culture as, say, “Bred” or “Chicago” schemes, the two-toned design plays well with the silhouette’s Primeknit construction, swapping in and out from white to grey to black shades aggressively. Side stripes take to the latter — same as the tooling and laces — while the threads adjacent cross, zig-zag, and dot from heel to toe. Though yet to see the end of production, the pair is available for viewing by way of a mock-up, but if you’re looking for something more fully realized, sit tight as we near its rumored Fall/Winter 2020 release date.
In other news, Fear of God Chuck 70s are dropping this week.
adidas Yeezy Boost 350 v2 “Oreo”
Release Date: Fall/Winter 2020