The Adidas Yeezy 350 ‘Blue Tint’ is another iconic shoe that came from the collaboration between the German sneaker designer and the artists formerly known as Kanye West and was rumoured to be back in stick in December, but it was then announced that the restock was only for Asian markets.
However, Sneaker News reports that sneakerheads in the US and Canada look set to have their chance to grab a pair of the iconic shoe on Saturday 22 January, initially according to rumours and show store calendars, but now confirmed by Adidas.
There is yet no information on whether the 350s will be restocked in the UK and EU, but industry experts have predicted that 22 January could also be the day for British snakes fans to pick up a pair.
When the shoe was first released, the ‘Blue Tint’ was one of the 350s bolder colour way options, with hints of red that made the silhouette stand out, as well as the ‘SPLY-350’ text and the pull-tabs dotted line.
Behind that sat a cool, slightly grey Primeknit, which builds the foundation of the majority of the construction of the shoe. Darker, less saturated accents, then, added dimension atop, forming the pattern seen on many a notable offering.
It is also a week for many other big trainer releases, including the Air Jordan 1 Mid, with the grayscale colourway dropping first, followed by the Dunk High Rebel in neutral colourways. Soon after that, the LeBron 9 South Coast and the New Balance XC-72 Moonbeam will be arriving in stores.
Reebok and BAPE have boosted the colour and patterns on the upcoming Instapump Fury and Club C, and the new range rollout concludes with Adidas Yeezy 350 v2 ‘Blue Tint’ and the Yeezy 500 Blush.
A countdown for Yeezy Supply has begun in the US, confirming that North America will almost certainly be restocked imminently. The ‘Blue Tint’ was originally rumoured to be restocked in November, according to Yeezy Mafia, but the release was pushed back to early 2022.
The iconic sneaker originally was released in 2017, and people have been begging for a new restock of the shoe as resell prices hit huge figures, but since rumours of a restock surfaced, prices have now settled at around the £300-£400 mark.
The news of the restock comes as more information has leaked about a potential new 350 colourway recently, showing that while Ye, as Kanye now prefers to be called, while making headlines about his love life and his choice words toward Pete Davidson on The Game’s “Eazy” single, has not abandoned his sneaker line.
Pictures and leaks of the Yeezy 350 'Bone' or 'Pure Oat' were sent around social media, looking similar to the old Triple White colourway but having a more 'milky' white to them. Rumours suggest the shoe could be released in Spring 2022 according to Yeezy Mafia with no real fixed release date just yet.
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