Adidas Yeezy 750 Boost Blackout December 06 2015, 0 Comments

The year may be coming to a close but Yeezy Season is far from over! After much speculation, an official release date has been confirmed. The Adidas Yeezy 750 Boost Blackout is scheduled to release December 19th, with raffles starting as early as December 14th. Adidas’ timing with this next Yeezy 750 Boost rendition couldn’t be any more precise. Sharing the spotlight with the Air Jordan 11 72-10, December 19th is guaranteed to be an eventual day in the sneaker world. Will the hype surrounding this Yeezy release be enough to overshadow one of the most anticipated Jordan’s of the year? Could Nike suffer from the polarizing effects of Kanye’s switch to Adidas? Considering the unrelenting patronage of Hypebeast, I’m sure Jordan Brand has nothing to worry about.
It wasn’t until recently that we were given a definitive look at the upcoming Adidas Yeezy 750 Boost Blackout. Kanye's longtime friend and barber, Ibn Jasper took to Instagram to address all Adidas Yeezy rumors. He denounced images that depicted an all black silhouette with a white midsole.
At one point, Jasper even concluded there wouldn’t be an Adidas Yeezy 750 Boost Blackout at all. Acknowledging his close relationship with Ye’ and his family, It was difficult to refute his claims.
Updated glimpses courtesy of Kim Kardashian and Travis Scott reveal a totally blacked out silhouette. Like other Adidas Yeezy 750 Boosts, a strap is included across the midfoot for added style and support. Resting atop a black Boost midsole, look for these to drop December 19th for $350. I’d like to wish the best of luck to everyone participating in the sneaker madness this holiday season. May the odds be ever in your favor!

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