As 2022 comes to a close, it looks like adidas is doubling down on releasing Yeezy’s without the Yeezy branding. Their first drop will be the 350 V2 Granite/ Core Black.
Taking inspiration from the 2016 Yeezy 350 V2 era, his colorway features a grey upper with green hues throughout. The upper is composed of re-engineered Primeknit. While similar to the Slate/Core black released in September, these opt for a much darker look. A monofilament post-dyed stripe comes in core black with SPLY-350 branding in grey down the sneaker’s lateral side. The medial side boasts a monochromatic look making it hard to see any designs in the Primeknit.
Rounding out the look is a dark grey semi-translucent midsole wrapped around a full-length drop in BOOST™ technology, with a matching outsole. The 350 V2 is also made with 50% recycled materials. Other details are standard lace eyelets and conventional tonal round laces, and this colorway omits the pull tab.
These were initially supposed to launch in December, but it looks like adidas plans for these to be their frost drop after the split with Ye. As you can see in the official image, the look has changed to how adidas does images of all their sneakers. The kids and infant sizes haven’t loaded, nor have any other model that was supposed to release this in 2022.
Will adidas ActuallyRelease Non-Yeezy Branded Models?
Expect to see these launch in January 2023 in Full Family Sizing; retail will be $230, $160 & $140. They will release on Confirmed and select retailers. Stay tuned for more updates as more information becomes available.
350 V2 Granite/Core Black
Full Family Sizing
Retail:$230 $160 $140
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