"Once again its adidas us yeezy season with the upcoming launch of the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 ‘Blue Tint’ which takes place on December 16th. Today we have the store listings.Not only will you be able to purchase in-store at retailers but you can buy this adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 at adidas.com/yeezy, adidas Confirmed App and yeezy.supply.As for the adidas Confirmed App, currently you can sign-up which ends on Wednesday, December 13th at 12PM EST. Reservations are scheduled for 4PM EST on the same day.Below you can check out the store listings for the ‘Blue Tint’ Yeezy Boost 350 V2.
</br></br> Ever since their initial collaboration, Parley has been an oft-consulted partner of adidas us online store. And while they first started small with their sustainable initiatives, the Earth conscious imprint has gone to offer multiple releases throughout the year. Their next, which reuses some old forms, takes their beloved Ultra Boost Uncaged and resoles it with some newer, likely more resource mindful 4D toolings. Dyed in a full black instead of its usual green tint, the bottom lies visually understated even despite its intricate and aggressive texture. Its recycled upper dyes to match alongside — even at its subtly etched Three Stripes logo — while the light blue stitching above embellishes the neutral with the louder signature that Parley has been instantly recognizable for.
</br></br> Though their relationship with adidas us stock was first teased on the Fall/Winter ’20 runway, Chinese Label SANKUANZ seems to have prepared that very basketball-inspired capsule long in advance. From layered apparel influenced by West Coast streetball to a series of tracksuits embellished with purple thread, the collection — while mostly diverse — stems from the relatively straightforward duo of footwear: a Rivalry Hi as well as a Crazy BYW. The latter, which is likely most fitting of Shanguan Zhe’s design aesthetic, is left primarily as is in form though through color it applies loud hits of neon green at the heel, subtle markings of blue and purple around the ankle, and a striking gum tone along the tread.
</br></br> First nike outlet don’t reveal every detail, but deliver an unobstructed view of the pair’s lateral side. The general shape and structure are kept intact, but synthetic profile windows are replaced with textile overlays. “[DAME VI]” branding is introduced towards the heel and works in tandem with an adidas logo at the tongue to interrupt the tonal pair with “Gold Metallic.” Elsewhere, toe box and ankle cushioning further borrow from the standard Dame 6, but boast a luxurious suede touch. Medial sides may continue to play with the concept of Damian Lillard’s dual-personalities, but what’s certain from this first look is that the Lightstrike cushioning and herringbone rubber outsole inject performance-abilities to this lifestyle take on a basketball shoe.
</br></br> Inspired by the sacai x Nike LDWaffle, Ceeze started from the ground up, taking the outsoles from a pair of nike vapormax to emulate the hefty tread from the reworked Waffle. The napa leather upper uses the Air Jordan 1 Low as its muse, decked out with double eyelets and the classic AJ1 toebox. For a dose of ‘double vision’, elements of the Air Max 1 come through via the yellow mudguard and light green heel cup overlays, while sacai’s double Swoosh and double tongues deliver the focal point."