adidas Yeezy is re-stocking a style specially for Black Friday 2019

Posted: 27 November 2019 9:50 am


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The "Pirate Black" is coming back for Black Friday – here's everything you need to know about this iconic sneaker drop.

If you're a Yeezy super fan, you'll know that this isn't a new sneaker release. In fact, the Pirate Black edition is one of the most coveted styles to come from adidas Yeezy. If you missed out, we've got some good news for you.

adidas and Yeezy have decided to re-release the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Pirate Black to celebrate Black Friday. That's right, on 29 November, you'll have one more chance to grab yourself a pair. Will that be the last ever drop? It's not confirmed but we don't think that's the case, considering how popular the shoe is.

Release date: 29 November

Price: US$220

Where to buy: adidas and Yeezy Supply online

Why should you invest in Pirate Black? If you're into the minimalist fashion style, you need to own these. We're obsessed with the sleek and sexy silhouette. It features a black Primeknit upper and a comfortable black BOOST midsole. The laces are really fun too with the reflective detailing, and there's red stitching at the heel tab, adding a subtle touch of colour.

Are you ready for Black Friday? The biggest shopping event of the year is almost here. Head on over and check out our dedicated Black Friday hub. It's got everything you need to know, including a list of all the best deals that have started early. Once 29 November rolls around, we'll have a comprehensive list of all the top deals there too. Bookmark the page – it's time to get those deals!

Keen for more sneaker news? Here at Finder, we cover it all. We're currently obsessed with the adidas x Prada sneaker collaboration. We just got our first look yesterday and we're still not over it. You should also check out the second capsule between Millie Bobby Brown and Converse.

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