Your first look at the new adidas Yeezy Boost 700 V2 “Tephra”
The worldwide release date has been set, so find out when you can grab a pair as soon as they drop.
The successful sneaker collaboration between iconic streetwear house adidas and Yeezy have come together yet again for a new sneaker style. When exclusive pictures of the shoe first dropped, it was called Cement. But now, allow us to introduce to you the Tephra, the new must-have shoe from adidas and Yeezy.
What's different about this shoe? Well, the Tephra style holds the standard silhouette that can be seen on previous models of the Yeezy Boost 700 V2 but this shoe is definitely on the bulkier side with a slight amount of platform and a chunky midsole. So if that's not your thing, you may want to skip out on this adidas Yeezy drop and wait for the next one.
We are obsessed with the colourway as it reaches a slightly minimalist vibe and looks really cool. The midsole is a dark grey shade and is topped with a lighter grey along the upper. There is also a few beige suede overlays and all the colours and tones blend together effortlessly.
When can you get your hands on it? Ladies and gents, this is not a drill. The Tephra is dropping on 15 June. We highly recommend marking your calendars, setting phone reminders and planning absolutely nothing for that day because in true Yeezy fashion, we hear this is going to be a very fast sell-out.
Last month in April, the minds behind the sneaker collaboration dropped two unique and different styles and we were obsessed. The glow-in-the-dark pair just oozes cool and the new all-white Analog pair looks fresh and can be paired with any kind of outfit. 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?
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But you can check out these online retailers too. We recommend checking the seller's information first to avoid accidentally buying a counterfeit product.