Shortly after the 350 V2 burst onto the sneaker scene, the silhouette began receiving tweaks to the design ranging from the pull-tabs inclusion to the primeknit pattern of the upper. Though these early V2 colorways, including the “Red Stripe” are making a return, Yeezy is returning to this old design more and more often in 2022. Appearing similar to the 350 V2 “Beige Core Black,” the adidas Yeezy 350 V2 “Granite” has appeared.
As previously stated, the silhouette comes dressed in a similar earth-tone greyish-green to the “Beige” colorway across its entire primeknit upper, sans the black lateral side stripe donning SPLY-350 branding. Tonal Frankenstein stitching runs up the spine and center of the sneaker, visible on the heel and beneath the tonal set of rope laces. On the internal heel padding you’ll find a hit of Three Stripes branding that matches the rest of the upper with 3M hits to provide some flair.
The insole features Yeezy and adidas branding that you’d typically find on every pair of 350s, though the logo has changed from the adidas Originals Trefoil to the adidas Performance mountain logo. A full-length Boost cushioning system underfoot comes encapsulated by a semi-translucent rubber midsole and outsole combo in a similar shade to the upper, finishing off the “Granite” look.
The adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Granite is set to release in the Fall of 2022, possibly in November, through adidas Confirmed, adidas.com/yeezy, Yeezy Supply, and select Yeezy retailers online and in-store. Coming in full-family sizing, the retail price for men’s pairs is set at $230. To stay up to date on release info for yet another earth-tone 350 V2,
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August 14, 2023