After the sold-out launch of YEEZY Boost 350 V2, Kanye West and adidas Originals might send sneaker-lovers into frenzy again this October. A new colorway of high-top YEEZY Boost 750 is reportedly hitting select retailers in the coming days.
New YEEZY Boost 750 to Come Out this October 15?
West and adidas Originals released a "Light Grey/Gum" colorway of YEEZY Boost 750 in June. The high-top sneakers, which was immediately sold out in less than a minute, featured grey uppers with a glow-in-the-dark gum sole.
Since the release of "Light Grey/Gum" colorway, West and adidas Originals have not yet made an official announcement regarding the release of a new silhouette. However, Yeezy Mafia claimed on Twitter that a new YEEZY Boost 750 in "Light Brown" colorway will hit chosen retailers on Saturday, Oct. 15.
YEEZY Boost 750 'Light Brown' Specs
The rumored YEEZY Boost 750 in "Light Brown" colorway is almost similar to the "Light Grey/Gum" silhouette released in June, but it appears to be darker in color. It is cushioned with an encapsulated full-length Boost midsole and finished off with a semi-translucent gum outsole.
The light brown variation of the popular silhouette also shows some added details. It comes with perforations on the toe box, zippers along the ankle and a mid-foot strap. It remains unclear if it will glow in the dark just like its predecessor.
YEEZY Boost 750 Price Details, Preorders & Retailers
Per Kicks on Fire, the new colorway of YEEZY Boost 750 can be purchased for $350. There is still no information on how to preorder the new high-top sneakers.
The new YEEZY Boost 750 will arrive at select adidas flagship stores and consortium retailers worldwide. According to FN, the U.S.-based adidas consortium retailers that will handle the release include Reed Space, Sneaker Politics, Shoe Gallery, Undefeated, Proper, Bodega and St. Alfred. It will also be available at Kith NYC, Nice Kicks, Packer Shoes, Addict, Burn Rubber, Concepts, Dover Street Market NY and The Darkside Initiative.
Another Chaotic Release?
If West and adidas Originals push through with the release date, sneaker-lovers who want to get a pair should expect that the latest YEEZY Boost 750 will be sold out in few minutes. The past releases of Kanye West-adidas Originals collab sneakers also saw chaotic and glitch-plagued process.
The Christian Post previously reported that Sneakersnstuff co-founder and CEO Erik Fagerlind criticized adidas Originals and Kanye West for the YEEZY Boost 350 V2's limited stocks that do not even cover one percent of the customers' demand. He said that the very limited pairs angered and disappointed a lot of customers.