The Yeezy Boost 2015 campaign continues as we get the best look yet at the next colorway of the Yeezy 350 Boost Beluga colorway that is rumored to release sometime this year. It’s not quite the all-white pair that Kanye wore to James Harden’s all-white birthday party, nor is it the beige version the he wore during the MTV VMAs this past weekend, but at least you know that the Beluga pair will be attainable sometime in the future. We’ll let all of you know when a firm release date arrives, but in the meantime, enjoy this first look at the Yeezy Boost 350 “Beluga” and stay tuned for the latest on Yeezy Boost news.
Anytime Kanye West releases a new sneaker, majority of the world becomes an instant reseller. I mean why not? Buy a pair for $200 to flip it for $800, easy enough. Not so fast… Footlocker Europe is not feeling the reseller movement and they’ve decided to run through “Black” Yeezy Boost 350 orders with a fine tooth comb for the sole purpose of canceling orders from people with intentions to resell. How they’re able to identify resellers? We don’t know, but there are angry customers with pairs in limbo because Footlocker is delaying any shipments. Lets hope your Yeezys don’t get cancelled. Spotted : SG
After dropping the adidas Yeezy 350 Boost Low in both wolf grey and pirate black, everyone assumed the adidas Yeezy boost would be dropping in another colorway at some point. What colorway the next release would feature hadn’t been disclosed to the public, until now. Just today a recent photo was uploaded on Instagram of what we believe to be an upcoming colorway of the adidas Yeezy 350 Boost. Featuring a light sandy brown upper, this colorway of the Yeezy Boost takes a different route than it’s traditional grey & black predecessors, carrying a shade of brown you don’t typically see on many adidas models. Could this be a possible release for sometime this fall?
Keep your eyes peeled for this silhouette and others as we move in to fashion week this upcoming month. It might be safe to say there’s more coming from Kanye this fall/winter. Spotted: SW
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Ever worried about purchasing or getting traded a pair of replica or unauthorized sneakers? And wish you had someone who can spot the differences to make sure you wouldn’t get scammed ? Well @Fake_Education has you covered.
Below is a step-by-step guide to assist you in seeing the differences between an authentic Adidas Yeezy 350 Boost pair and a fake/replica, broken down by the homie @Fake_Education.
Fake Education: “First, in the highlighted green area, you see on the unauthorized pair the heel-tab is placed a lot further away from the ankle collar.”
REAL REVIEWS FROM REAL CUSTOMERS
Fake Education: “The black stitching pattern going up the middle from the midsole on the unauthorized is just a disaster. On the retail real pair, you can see that there is a clear pattern that looks like an “X” and then a square — and it repeats.”
Fake Education: “The writing on the insole of the unauthorized is white, which is incorrect. It’s black on the real pair. Also, the wording runs in the opposite direction on the unauthorized.”
Fake Education: “The underside of the insoles are completely different on the unauthorized.”
HAPPY CUSTOMERS THROUGH AND THROUGH
Fake Education: “The ‘YZY’ is massive on the unauthorized. The font is tremendously larger. Easy to spot.”
Fake Education: “The adidas logo is super-sized on the unauthorized.”
Fake Education: “Inside size tag says ‘Sample’ on the unauthorized, which is incorrect.”
AS SEEN ON MTV
Fake Education: “When you remove the insoles, this is what you see. Notice the retail pair has a black strip going thru the middle, while the unauthorized has exposed stitching.”
SEE FOR YOURSELF
Fake Education: “The unauthorized box is all wrong.”