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Yeezy 350

The Yeezy 350 is the most successful silhouette that arose from the German sportswear manufacturer adidas and American fashion streetwear brand Yeezy. The first version of the Yeezy 350 was the Yeezy Boost 350 Turtle Dove. First unveiled at New York Fashion Week on June 27, 2015, this sneaker led to the sock-like sneaker trend.

A couple of months after the Turtle Dove was released, on August 22, 2015, another iteration of the Yeezy 350, the Pirate Black colorway, was released. A product with a textured jet black and charcoal upper, a green suede side patch, and red accents on the heel tab, this sneaker was an upgrade in style. Still, in 2015, Yeezy X adidas released two more colorways of the Yeezy 350, the Moonrock Colorway, on November 14, 2015, and the Oxford Tan, on December 29, 2015. Though released later in the year, the latter had been debuted by Kanye West at the MTV VMAs in August of that year. The first editions of the Yeezy 350 had a suede medial patch, Primeknit upper, tonal laces, and a Boost outsole. However, not all successors have maintained this build. For example, the Mono Clay Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 has no Primeknit upper. Instead, it sports a monofilament mesh upper with a solid heel tab.

The best feature of the Yeezy 350 is, in our opinion, the Boost outsole. Designed to offer cushioning and absorb impact when walking or running, this outsole guarantees you, the wearer, unmatched comfort.

Other than producing elite sneakers, Yeezy has released several apparels you can match your Yeezy 350s with through its Yeezy X Gap Collaboration. From hoodies to tees to jackets, this collaboration has something for everyone.

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