It’s official: One more pair of Yeezys is dropping before the end of the holiday season.
Originally expected to arrive in October, Kanye West’s “Core Black/Core White” Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 will be released on Saturday. Its arrival has been rumored since the beginning of December, and now Adidas Originals has provided official confirmation via Twitter.
The “Core Black/Core White” makeup of the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 sees the sleek sneaker take on a black Primeknit based look with a stark white streak across the lateral section. The contrast streak features the model’s signature “SPLY-350” branding, while a smoky translucent black outsole conceals the shoe’s full-length Boost tooling.
Sign-ups are now open for the sneakers on the Adidas Confirmed app until noon ET on Thursday. From there, reservations will open on Thursday at 4 p.m. ET. In addition to Adidas Confirmed, the shoes will also be available from adidas.com/yeezy and select Adidas Originals stockists.
This colorway is reminiscent of Nov. 23’s Yeezy Boost 350 V2 releases, which featured three similar black-based colorways in green, copper and red.