Adidas Originals

Yeezy Boost 350 V2

Unisex Low sneakers

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Men's/Unisex
Size US Size UK Size
36 4 3.5
36 2/3 4.5 4
37 1/3 5 4.5
38 5.5 5
38 2/3 6 5.5
39 1/3 6.5 6
40 7 6.5
40 2/3 7.5 7
41 1/3 8 7.5
42 8.5 8
42 2/3 9 8.5
43 1/3 9.5 9
44 10 9.5
44 2/3 10.5 10
45 1/3 11 10.5
46 11.5 11
46 2/3 12 11.5
47 1/3 12.5 12
48 13 12.5
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Kanye West and Adidas Originals give birth to the new Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Third silhouette designed by Kanye West for Adidas, a mix of the best technologies offered by the famous brand and the aesthetic sense of Yeezus, once again in a low top format with a summer flavour. The upper is made from a single piece of Primeknit, a lightweight, elastic material that rests on the foot like a second skin. The sole with Boost technology ensures maximum comfort, cushioning every step and reinvigorating the walk. The perfect fusion between a clean look given by the simplicity of the materials and a shoe with high performance. New restyling with Static coloring and addition of the breathable mesh panel that stands out from the heel to the toe. Attention: First version with NON-REFLECTIVE upper. Very limited availability, be quick!

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Color
Static/Static/Static

SKU
ef2905


What does sneakers mean?

Trainers are generally called sneakers from the verb ‘to sneak’, since every pair of sport shoes is built with a rubber sole that allows you to move silently and remain comfortable, as well as with an upper made of lightweight yet durable materials - canvas, suede, mesh, synthetic leather and more.

Which are the best shoes of 2022?

Said that trends and fads change every year, and brands continue to experiment and launch originals styles, the vast majority of the top-selling shoes of 2022 are basically retro sneakers just like the Nike Dunk. Thus archive-inspired silhouettes, whether they’re OG colorways true to the original ones or reworked designs that combine the past’s structure with new features and design elements. Along with the Dunk, 2022 has been the year of the New Balance 550; the American premium footwear brand started from its archive as done by Nike with the Dunk, and yet slightly changed the construction by adding subtle detailing and original technological features. Blending modern skills and vintage design is pretty typical of modern streetwear collaborations and projects, like in the breakthrough Asics x Kiko Kostadinov sneakers. But there are some brands that bet harder on technology and performance than others, and we’re talking about outdoor and trail running footwear. When it comes to gorpcore, aesthetic is at the service of functionality. ROA, Teva and Salomon Sportstyle sneakers are versatile enough to be considered a full-fledged lifestyle and casual wear staple.

Which are the best-selling sneakers ever?

Drawing up a list of the top-selling shoes ever is pretty complicated, but the top-10 definitely includes a few styles that wrote pages and pages of history, worldwide acknowledged and universally appreciated. The pair on top of this list might be the Converse All-Star, a plain and yet so comfortable design that is built around a gumsole and a canvas upper that can be worn in every occasion. Same goes for the Vans Old Skool, a low-top skate sneakers that’s slowly but gradually turned into a pop culture icon and streetwear must-have. The Air Force 1 may have a different background, but they’ve arguably been the first basketball shoe to be used off the court, considered crucial for the whole hip hop culture. One step below we find a series of sneakers that come from sportswear, running and other disciplines such as the Jordan 1 and the Asics Gel-Lyte III. Last but not least, the lineup is capped off by some casual sneakers that have been designed to be specifically rocked in our spare time, as for example the Karhu Fusion 2.0 and the New Balance 990.


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