The adidas YEEZY BOOST 350 "Turtledove" Is Restocking

A curtain call for one of the most notable sneakers of the 21st century.

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Update: A week and a half in, and adidas’ ongoing YEEZY day restock is showing no signs of slowing down. With over 100 styles in total available via the adidas webstore, the restock is a thunderous farewell to one of the most successful partnerships in modern footwear history — its tempestuous ending aside.

And now, fans of the YEEZY line have what’s, in all likelihood, their last chance to buy one of its most seminal models: the YEEZY BOOST 350 “Turtledove.”

The “Turtledove” was the first-ever YEEZY BOOST 350 model to release, and, for a long stretch, one of the most valuable YEEZY models ever produced, reselling for four-figure sums that were more than 10 times its $200 USD MSRP. For its curtain call, it’s priced at $230 USD, and will be dropping at 10 AM ET via the adidas webstore and the CONFIRMED app. At the time of writing, roughly 20 minutes before the drop, the site is overloaded and interested customers may receive a 404 message, showing that both demand — and nostalgia — are still sky-high. Besides the “Turtledove,” the YEEZY NSLTD Boot in “Khaki” and the YEEZY Foam Runner in “Sand” are returning today.

If you want to find out more about the ongoing YEEZY Day restock, read the original article and previous updates below.


Update: adidas still has plenty more YEEZY products to clear out, as the ongoing YEEZY Day restocks are entering their second week — and this time around it’s all about slides and clogs. Many more colors of both the YEEZY Slide and YEEZY Foam Runner have been added to the lineup, with the Yeezy Slide arriving in a full family size run for most colors. At the same time, the former is available exclusively in adult sizes save for its “Onyx” colorway. See below for a full list of pairs added to the restock.

With the new additions, the restock is now up to 104 styles in total, though various pairs — mainly kids-sized YEEZY BOOST 350 V2s — are beginning to sell out. Head over to the adidas webstore to peruse the remaining selections, and read the multitude of previous updates below for more info.


Update: As adidas continues to clear out its remaining stock of YEEZY products, three more pairs have been made available, and one of them’s a classic from the line’s earliest days: the YEEZY BOOST 350 “Pirate Black.” First released in August 2015, the “Pirate Black” was the second YEEZY BOOST 350 to hit shelves after the now-legendary YEEZY BOOST 350 “Turtledove.” After the initial drop, more pairs hit the market in February 2016, and, most recently, it restocked in May 2023 as adidas worked to clear out its YEEZY backlog after the dissolution of its partnership with Ye.

Though “never say never” are wise words for a sneaker lover to live by, the blowout nature of the current batch of YEEZY drops indicates that this may well be the last time the “Pirate Black” hits digital shelves. Its return is also accompanied by restocks of the YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 “Blue Tint” and the YEEZY Knit Runner Boot in “Sulfur.”

Check out the full list of available pairs via the adidas webstore, and read the original article/previous updates below for info on the full restock slate, sale pairs and more.


Update: After adidas restocked more than 30 YEEZY styles for YEEZY Day 2024 on June 3 (with the promise of more pairs on the way), the brand has marked a half-dozen pairs down 50%. The YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 CMPCT has been slashed to $115 USD from $230 USD, the YEEZY BOOST 380 from $230 USD to $115 USD, the YEEZY QNTM from $250 USD to $125 USD, the YEEZY BOOST 700 MNVN from $220 USD to $110 USD and the YEEZY 450 from $210 USD to $105 USD.

Stock is limited, so head over to the YEEZY webstore now to peruse the sale pairs, and, if you’re so inclined, secure yourself a deal. Read the original story below for more info, and stay tuned as other silhouettes and colorways may go on similar markdown in the coming days.


Original Story: adidas has dropped over 30 YEEZY styles as part of a massive YEEZY Day restock. The super-sized release, first rumored in May, encompasses almost every era of Ye‘s (FKA Kanye West) partnership with the brand, ranging from models like the seminal YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 to more recent hits like the YEEZY Slide and the YEEZY KNIT RNNR.

The brand and the artist/designer formally announced their partnership in December 2013. Over the next decade, the line grew into a juggernaut, as YEEZY sales were on track to reach $1.8 billion USD in 2022 before adidas terminated the partnership due to Ye’s frequent public lambasting of the brand — including saying that adidas never asked for his approval in implementing YEEZY Day — and his rash of antisemitic comments. Therefore, this massive restock could be interpreted as adidas washing its hands of the partnership’s last vestiges by clearing out all remaining YEEZY stock.

At the time of writing, more than 30 different YEEZY styles (both adult and child sizes) are available on the adidas webstore and the brand’s CONFIRMED app, with several other pairs marked by a “Coming Soon” tag. Previous reports indicated that the styles will roll out until June 14. All sales are final — no returns or exchanges are available.

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