It looks like the Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 “Bone,” initially rumored to be called “Pure Oat,” is finally getting a release date for March 21st.
Taking on the same tonal off-white look as some of the previous Yeezy’s we’ve seen in the past, the sneaker boasts Primeknit uppers paired with a perforated layer underneath. A semi-translucent stripe on the lateral profile interrupts the uniform look, meshing well with the weaved laces, heel loops, matching sockliners. Meanwhile, the Yeezy logo appears on the insoles in addition to the white semi-translucent rubber midsoles that round this sneaker out.
Retailing for $230 USD, the Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 “Bone” is set to release on March 21st via the CONFIRMED app and will eventually make its way to reseller platforms like StockX and GOAT.
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