Bold neon orange accents have replaced the usual “SPLY 350” branding on the lateral sides and can then be seen infiltrating the heel’s pull tabs, sole unit and the upper’s underlay. To finalize things, the brown “Clay” tone builds the majority of the frame.
Though adidas has yet to confirm a release date for the adidas Originals YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 “Clay,” the sneaker is rumored to land at select stockists March 30 for a retail price of $220 USD. In the meantime, get a first look at the sneaker above. For more YEEZY sneakers, here’s every store stocking the adidas YEEZY BOOST 700 “Salt.”