An On-Feet Look At The adidas Yeezy 350 Boost

June 18th, 2015 by / 0

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The Yeezy Boost Low is almost here. On June 27th, you’ll have the opportunity to grab a pair of the adidas Yeezy 350 Boost Low via the adidas Confirmed app and pick up your size in the cultural centers of New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles. Kanye’s been rather vocal about wanting his adidas creations to be more readily accessible, and for $200, this Primeknit creation featuring a full length Boost tooling on the outsole is just that, but you may have to wait a little while longer if you don’t dwell in one of the US’s three major markets.

Today we get a first detailed on-feet look of the lifestyle inclined Yeezy 350 Boost, as the tan and black knit upper opts for a lowtop, slip on construction complete with a premium leather medial side that boasts a new YZY callout. The only adidas branding can be found on the bottom of the sneaker as the trefoil logo blends in with the ribbed off white shade. Do you plan on picking up the latest Yeezy Boost creation on June 27th? Let us know what you think of the silhouette in the comments and stay tuned for more updates right here on Sneaker News.

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Boycotting this shoe! 

Why is Adidas and Kanye making this shoe more available than the Yeezy Boost 750? If I wanted a Roshe I could drop $95 bucks and get the Roshe. 

The public wants the Yeezy 750 joints not some shoe that's meant to patronize us. Come on Adidas get it together and give us what we want a shoe that's dope and different like the Yeezy 750 not some glorified Roshe or Tubular model.




@creditguy  I understand you not liking the shoe, but your logic here is a bit flawed. While I don't think the shoe is worth $200, it's definitely not just a roshe. It features primeknit and boost, which are both features that Adidas charges a premium for.  Also, don't think that anyone that is buying this sneaker is just settling because they couldn't get the 750. Some people actually do like this sneaker. I like it way better than the 750 myself.


@thadgreer @creditguy 

Why do you like the 350 boost? What is different about this model than the roshe? the prime knit and the boost sole, that's it? 

The 750 boost model  although it's probably an acquired taste it at least looks and seems to be somewhat different than anything out there currently on the market. It at least gives the look and  feel of a sneaker and boot combination, making it somewhat unique to other sneakers out on the market.

I mean I get it, the 750 is a "love it or hate it" type of item but the 350 boost just seems to be redundant. It's not nearly as polarizing as the 750 and therefore feels like something Adidas and Kanye are throwing at us to merely satisfy the masses.

The 350 itself from a production standpoint cannot cost the same as the 750 to produce, so I guess I feel as if Adidas & Kanye are making a cheaper water down shoe to sell to the masse, calling it a Yeezy to get the sneaker freaks hyped to buy something that is really a glorified 'roshe!"


Well for starters, boost is way more comfortable than any roshe I own. As for why I like the 350, it's all about the simplicity of the sneaker...along with the aforementioned boost technology. I don't really disagree with much you said, but I still stick to the point that it's more than just a roshe. There's "premium" tech included and you have to expect a premium price to come along with that. Nike does the exact same thing with their flyknit roshe being priced at nearly $100 more than regular roshes.



I feel your logic!

The price doesn't bother me nor does  the shoe itself (as far as looks), its the availability or should I say lack of availability of the Yeezy 750.

I don't want the 350 I want the 750 but I don't want to pay reseller cost. This is the biggest reason for my roshe comparison. I'm complaining because the shoe that I want is not available and the one they are giving me I feel pulls off the same look as a roshe. Again I hear you, the shoe is made with better material but it reminds me so much of a shoe that I already have 3-4 pairs of. 

I thought the whole reason Kanye went with Adidas is that they were going to make dope shoes we could actually get, not merely watch a bunch of celebrities rock them in our face on the way to the airport in sneaker blog pictures.

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