adidas Yeezy Boost 350 v2 “Carbon”: Aussie release details here

Posted: 29 September 2020 8:48 am


Dropping in family sizes later this week, find out how you can get your hands on the "Carbon" edition in Australia.

If you've had your eye on the Yeezy Boost 350 v2 "Carbon" (formerly known as "Asriel") for a while now, then we've got some good news for you. An official release date has just been announced and it's a lot sooner than you think.

This pair of sneakers will be dropping globally on 2 October. Whether this will be your first pair or you've been buying Yeezy's for years, getting your hands on one always requires some kind of game plan, and we're here to help.

adidas will be selling "Carbon" exclusively through the app and you can see all the details here. Same goes with JD Sports. You can sign up for exclusive access through the app now, and if you're lucky enough to get picked, a pair will be delivered straight to your door.

After the initial craze of the release date, you may still be able to get your hands on a pair, but you're going to be paying a lot more. Official stockists like SSENSE and re-sell online marketplaces like Amazon, eBay and StockX will be your best bet.

For more, you can also check out our detailed buying guide on how to get your hands on a pair of adidas Yeezy sneakers.


Since the shoes were first unveiled back in April, sneaker-heads have been patiently waiting for a release date. Why? The "Carbon" edition maintains an understated colour scheme typical of the Yeezy palette, while still bringing something new to the table.

We are obsessed with the tonal arrangement on the Primeknit upper, featuring a mix of black and greys, combined with the milky white Boost cushioning. If you're after comfort and support in the form of a must-have shoe, then this is for you.

The best part? The whole family can rock a pair of these, as it's arriving in all sizes.

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