Kanye West and the adidas YEEZY camp seem to be burning through its silhouettes at a faster pace. The original 750 model seems all but done already, while the Yeezy Boost 350 v2 seems to be reaching its apex before making way for newer styles like the Yeezy 700 and Yeezy 500.
However, some interesting updates suggest that the Yeezy Boost 350 v2 is not only returning in 2018, Instead of giving the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 a much needed break next year, Adidas is reportedly bringing a new pattern to the model’s Primeknit-constructed upper.
The Yeezy Mafia offers a mock-up look at the upcoming style, which doesn’t appear to look much different from previous pairs. While these aren’t official images, the photo at the bottom is the actual layout for the pattern. Three additional colorways of the current V2 are expected to hit retail before year’s end.
it’s bringing with it some changes that will likely take Yeezy fans some time to swallow. According to the Yeezy Mafia‘s renderings (not actual photos of the shoes), the key SPLY-350 detail will undergo a significant change as the type-face embedded into the Primeknit upper is now on a different angle and an obvious new style.
The model within the Primeknit also appear to be different as well, but these are, of course, renderings that only suggest what the shoes may look like.
Check out the mockups above and let us know your thoughts.