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The Top 10 Yeezy 350s of All Time

Top 10 Yeezy 350's
Top 10 Yeezy 350's

Looking at all the Yeezy Releases. One of the most popular products from the adidas Yeezy partnership, the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 was first released in June 2015. The silhouette was designed by Ye, formerly known as Kanye West, with the help of Nic Galway, Jeffery Allen Henderson, Jerry Lorenzo, and a slew of talented designers at adidas.

Dubbed the “Roshe killer” by Ye, the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 comes equipped with innovative technology. The upper utilizes adidas’ Primeknit and features an ultra-comfortable Boost cushioning system. Its sock-like fit was perfect for the era in which it was created, as the Ultraboost and NMD dominated sneaker culture, and has since become a staple of the sneaker scene.

While the first version of the Yeezy Boost 350 only had four colorways, Ye and adidas squeezed a lot more out of the Yeezy Boost 350 V2. Significant changes were made to improve the silhouette’s comfort and durability. The 350 V2’s Primeknit upper has a stronger structure thanks to an internal overlay that helps retain the sneaker’s distinct shape. The Primeknit pattern also shifted from a digital camo-like design to a swirling pattern. Another addition came in the form of a bold stripe brandished with “SPLY-350.” The last major change is the sneaker’s sole unit. The 350 V2 utilized a more pliable rubber because the original 350 would chip and become more brittle over time. A thicker Boost cushioning system was also employed.

Nearly a decade since the initial colorway, we’ve seen an array of color schemes, redesigns, and innovations from the adidas Yeezy Boost 350. Down below, we break down the best Yeezy 350s of all time.

10. adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 “Glow”

The adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Glow is an electrifying addition to the Yeezy line. This version of the V2 features a neon green Primeknit upper and sole. The sneaker’s primary appeal is given away by its title, as both the upper and sole glow in the dark. Released in May 2019, it initially shock-dropped on Yeezy Supply at midnight before a wider release shortly thereafter. To this day it is the only pair of 350’s that features glow-in-the-dark details.

9. adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 “Static”

The adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Static released in December 2018 and marked a significant departure from the sneaker’s typical design language. Unlike the usual Primeknit pattern, the sneaker features a patchwork-like design with various patterns placed throughout the upper. A TPU lateral side stripe also replaces the knit and traditional “SPLY-350” branding.

The “Static” colorway features a grey and white upper and also released in a “Reflective” variant with 3M knit. Most Yeezy 350 V2 colorways following this release stuck to this Primeknit pattern and began the trend of a general release (GR) version and a more limited variant of Yeezy 350s. The pair has only been released one time in adult sizing, while it was offered in kids sizing for Yeezy Day 2022.

8. adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 “Cream”

Originally released in April 2017, the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Cream has gone down in history as a defining colorway for the 350 V2. While the initial release was extremely limited, adidas produced more than 1 million pairs in September 2018. This is likely the most-produced 350 V2 of all time and helped Ye make good on his promise of “Yeezys for all.” It sports an all-white Primeknit upper with a matching white Boost sole. The signature SPLY-350 branding is discreetly woven into the sneaker's sides and can be spotted under a blacklight alongside the iconic swirl knit pattern.

7. adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 “Bred”

The Yeezy 350 V2 Bred is an almost all-black model that stands out for its distinct red SPLY-350 branding. Unlike previous 350 V2 colorways at the time, this “Bred” rendition features a monochromatic Primeknit upper. First released in February 2017, the sneaker was initially rumored to restock in 2019. Many were disappointed when Jon Wexler, the general manager of adidas Yeezy at the time, shot down the rumors. However, the pair did eventually see a wide restock in December 2020.

6. adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 “Oreo”

Following the Black Friday pack that included “Red Stripe,” “Green Stripe” and “Copper Stripe” colorways, the adidas Yeezy 350 V2 “Oreo” released a month later in December 2016. The monochromatic black Primeknit upper contains a white stripe with hints of white knit spread throughout the upper in the iconic swirl pattern. The signature SPLY-350 branding appears in a matching black tone. Nearly six years after the first release the pair was restocked in March 2022.

5. adidas Yeezy Boost 350 “Pirate Black”

One of the original releases for the model, the adidas Yeezy 350 Pirate Black debuted in August 2015. For its knit pattern, a digital camo-like pattern with black and blueish-grey dashes is present. One of the most iconic features of this colorway is the red stitching on the heel tab, a feature that eventually made its way to the 350 V2. Less than a year after its release, an updated version of the model hit shelves and featured improved padding on the heel. In 2023 we finally received a restock of the sneaker when adidas began releasing some of the Yeezy stock that remained after severing ties with Ye.

4. adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 “Black Static”

The adidas Yeezy 350 V2 “Black Static” released in June 2019 alongside an array of all-black Yeezys, including the 700 V2 “Vanta” and 700 “Utility Black.” As a spiritual successor to the “Pirate Black” 350, this 350 V2’s Primeknit upper came covered entirely in black shades. The only hit of color came from the heel tab’s red stitching, a direct nod to this OG colorway. Alongside the standard version, a limited “Reflective” variant was also made available. Less than six months later, both versions restocked. Although we have not seen this exact colorway return, other all-black versions of the 350, such as the “Onyx” or "Cinder" have been made available.

3. adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 “Beluga”

First premiered at the joint Yeezy Season 3 fashion show and The Life of Pablo listening party, the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Beluga introduced the V2 line and released in September 2016. For its color scheme, the 350 V2 Beluga features a grey and dark grey patterned upper with a solar red stripe bearing the iconic SPLY-350 mark.

While we still have yet to see this exact colorway return in 1:1 fashion, three additional versions of the “Beluga” colorway followed. The Beluga 2.0 from 2017 removed the solar red stripe made the sneaker greyscale all throughout. The "Beluga Reflective" from 2021 brought back the colorway in OG form with the inclusion of a 3M knit pattern. Finally, the “Carbon Beluga” that released in 2023 featured an even darker Primeknit upper.

2. adidas Yeezy Boost 350 “Turtledove”

The adidas Yeezy 350 “Turtledove” launched in June 2015 as an instant classic. This was the very first 350 released to the public, and it fetched astronomical prices on the secondary market after its immediate sellout. Pairs commanded more than $1,000 and continued to climb over time. Its design features a grey, cream, and brown Primeknit upper, a thick Boost sole, and a black suede semi-circle with “YZY” branding.

As the first-ever Yeezy Boost 350 release, the Turtledove holds a special place in the hearts of fans and collectors. Following years in the vault, the 350 V1 returned in this OG colorway on Yeezy Day 2022. Its limited availably added to its allure, but the market has since been flooded with replicas, fakes, and knockoffs, which has diminished some of its appeal. Despite this, the “Turtledove” remains an iconic Yeezy sneaker with significant historical value.

1. adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 “Zebra”

When you think “Yeezy,” the first thing that may come to mind is the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Zebra. Released in February 2017, this version of Yeezy 350 contains black and white zebra stripes across its Primeknit upper with a hit of red present on the “SPLY-350” branding on the lateral side. Following its initial release, the sneaker has been restocked a whopping eight times, most recently as part of adidas’ first offering of Yeezy releases since cutting ties with Ye.

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