Your first look at the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 in beige

Posted: 15 May 2019 9:45 am

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Find out exactly where you can grab a pair of your own adidas Yeezy sneakers.

It's no doubt that the powerhouse collaboration between adidas and Yeezy has led to some of the coolest statement sneakers of all time. New colourways are on their way to sneaker heads around the world, with styles such as the glow-in-the-dark and the Tephra dropping very soon. This time around, the fashion houses have joined together to develop a beige iteration that is seriously impressive. It's the perfect style of minimalist sneaker that belongs in your closet right now.

Similar to the rest of the range from adidas and Yeezy, the upper is made of the Primeknit material and is coloured in shades of white and light grey. Both shoes have an off-white translucent mesh stripe and the midsole features the famous Boost cushioning system. If you've never experienced the Boost, you really need to. They are known for being the most comfortable shoes to wear all day long, plus they are super easy to work out in. The midsole is coloured in a light bone shade, almost beige. All the different shades and tones complement each other perfectly to complete the minimal colourway.

When can you get your hands on the beige iteration? Unfortunately, we don't have a release date yet but watch this space for any exclusive details to drop!

Love the style inspiration behind the fashion label Yeezy? Well then we have good news for you ladies and gents. Here at Finder, we have put together a top ten list of the trendiest brands like Yeezy. Or, you can check out where to buy adidas Yeezy sneakers online.

Where to buy your own pair of adidas Yeezy sneakers

The official stockists include:

But you can check out these online retailers too. We recommend checking the seller's information first to avoid accidentally buying a counterfeit product.

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