Original Story (07/10/20): While the hype for Kanye West’s 350 V2 is dying down, you can’t deny that some great colorways were released throughout its lifespan. The infamous 2017 Zebra colorway, for example, was so popular that it released for the fifth time just last month.

Another popular colorway of the model is now slated to make its return, the “Bred.” Nicknamed for its black and red color scheme, this colorway originally released in 2017 and currently fetches a nice premium on the resell market. That may dip a bit when the restock happens, but black-colored YEEZYs are pretty much always a hit, especially this one since it’s got that “Pirate Black” vibe from the OG 350.

The adidas YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 “Bred” worldwide restock is expected to happen this December. The sneaker will be offered in full family sizing. Stay tuned to Modern Notoriety for additional details on this re-release.

adidas YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 “Bred”
Color: Core Black/Core Black-Red
Style Code: CP9652
Release Date: December 5, 2020
Price: $220 USD

Update (11/30/20): The adidas YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 “Bred” is confirmed for a December 5th restock via adidas, Champs and other footsites, and YEEZY SUPPLY.



  1. Where is the newly dropped yeezy 350 v2 black/red bred manufactured? It’s confusing. there’s made in china and there’s made in vietnam?

  2. I have same issue with my box I bought one pair for myself and lady and my Size 10 1-2 was made in China and the 5 was made in Vietnam why are they authentic, newest released shoe but they all match number etc I’m
    Just confused as well

  3. Some of the newer Yeezys like Israel Zion the new bread restock some of them are yet produced in Vietnam now which is very strange because about a year ago it was no if you ever see Vietnam that means fake fake fake it’s supposed to be China or India only but supposedly now some of them being made in Vietnam again years ago he stopped production in Vietnam he went to China but it is very confusing as long as the UPC and everything matches and you know for a fact that you know they’re legit that’s all that really matters


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