When Kanye West first partnered up with adidas and started releasing the first few colorways of the YEEZY BOOST 350, the “Pirate Black” garnered a bunch of hype due to its limited release and it being the first black sneaker to come out of the adidas x Yeezy partnership. Although we’ve seen a bunch of black 350s since then, this latest version most closely resembles the original Pirate Black colorway. The monochromaticity of the all-black Primeknit upper is broken only by a single red stripe on the heel tab.
Two versions of the adidas YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 “Black” will be releasing. One will feature a reflective upper and laces, while the other will feature reflective capabilities solely on the laces.
The adidas YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 “Black” non-reflective will release in full family sizes on June 7, while the reflective version will see a more limited release on June 6, only in adult sizes. Retail price is set at $220 (adult sizes).