Stay glued to this page for everything you need to know about the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Pirate Black. This is now confirmed to launch at approximately 9am, Saturday 11th February.
Stay glued to this page for everything you need to know about the Yeezy Boost 350...
Not only will you find a full list of UK and European stockists but we’ll also provide updates on those offering raffles. It should give you the best chance of securing one of the most exclusive Yeezy’s yet!
And that’s no exaggeration. While previous colourways towards the end of 2016 were an instant sellout, many weren’t as limited as you’d expect for the Yeezy range. But the same won’t be said for this ‘Pirate Black’ style, otherwise known as the ‘Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Core Black / Red’.
Given the simplistic colourway and low-stock levels, this won’t be an easy cop. Unlike all other Boost 350 V2s, this pair does away with the colourful stripe in favour of a more refined aesthetic.
An all-black upper puts emphasis on that soft Primeknit. It would remain a monochromatic style if it weren’t for the classic Boost 350 V2 insignia across the sidewall. Reading ‘SPLY-350’ in a vibrant shade of red, it manages to give that sense of exclusivity only found on this distinctive silhouette.
To complete the look, a black midsole sits underfoot complete with BOOST technology. With all the hype, it’s easy to forget that these are one of the most comfortable trainers on the market.
As Kanye West continues an ongoing relationship with adidas, more colourways are expected over the following months. Rather than a ‘Yeezy Season’, this shoe is now expected to launch more frequently across the entire year. It’s good news for fans of the range and should make your chances of copping much easier.
As mentioned though, expect an L for the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Pirate Black…but always hope for the best. Good luck and keep checking back for more updates.