Today, we brought you one of the world's biggest pop stars, The Weeknd, dressed head-to-toe in Kanye West's much buzzed about Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 v2 Beluga
Season 1 collection with Adidas. While the fashion world is still waiting for the actual clothes to hit stores, this (actual) weekend, the latest sneaker from the collaboration is set to drop. And as is the case with all Kanye sneaker releases, getting your hands on the new black version of his Yeezy Boost 350 isn't going to be easy. Gone are the days of just showing up to a store to buy a sneaker you like, but if you do all of the below, you'll dramatically increase your odds of Yeezus blessing you and allowing you to cop his latest sneaker grail.
The Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2
are some of the most sought-after sneakers in the market right now. The Kanye West-designed adidas runners received an update late last year to the V2 iteration, which features a new and improved upper and reinforced BOOST sole. A stark black Primeknit upper serves as the base for either a copper, green or red stripe bearing the words “SPLY-350.” Needless to say, this triple release flew off the shelves. Well, if you weren’t able the cop the shoe during its November drop last year, here’s your chance. HBX is offering another raffle for its HBX Archive seriesAdidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Zebra
are like adding nuclear-level hot sauce to an outfit. Thanks to their rarity, their unique bulbous shape, and the never-ending media cycle surrounding West, they ruin the flavor of everything around them. The amount of wow-factor generated by seeing someone in the wild wearing an Adidas Yeezy—even in its more tame colorways—immediately overshadows the rest of any outfit. The more a person tries to subdue their power, say by wearing jeans and T-shirt with them, the more they stand out like a sore thumb. And in that way, they might be the least complementary sneaker on the market today.
Adidas has a lot to be proud of with all of the success surrounding the Adidas Yeezy 350 Boost Oxford Tan
lineup, having in just over two years generated an immeasurable dose of halo effect around their brand. They've also proved capable of harnessing the power of one of our generation's most influential style gods. But the fact that everyone wants to get their hands on a pair these days simply speaks to the Yeezy Boost's hype, not its wearability. Hype is by no means synonymous with good taste, and as cool as Yeezys look, they're simply not worth the trouble.http://www.runnerpk.com/