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A pair of Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Beluga 2.0s has popped up on Stadium Goods


A pair of Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Beluga 2.0s has popped up on Stadium Goods
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Brace yourselves: Yeezy season is coming.

While there’s still no official release date for the Adidas Originals Yeezy Boost 350 Beluga 2.0 (that’s the new Yeezy trainer, if you didn’t know), there are hints that it’ll hit stores very soon.

An early pair has popped up on Stadium Goods for the bargain price of £1,066.19.

It’s a bit weird for a pair of Yeezys to appear on a site randomly, especially if they’re not being released any time soon, but Stadium Goods is pretty great at checking that shoes they list are authentic.

‘One of two new Yeezy colorways to arrive in November 2017, the “Beluga 2.0” continues the lineage of the inaugural Yeezy Boost 350 V2,’ reads the product description.

‘However, the Primeknit upper on this version features a true grey look, as opposed to the Steel Grey hue seen on the first pair.

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‘The vibrant orange-ish Beluga stripe from the original is also replaced with a tonal grey that seamlessly blends into the design.

‘Dark Solid Grey woven throughout the Primeknit and reversed “SPLY-350” messaging in Bold Orange offer some needed deviation to the design, completing what’s sure to be one of the year’s hottest sneakers.’

This indicates that the new Yeezys will be launching very soon, adding weight to rumours that the semi-frozen yellow version will be released on 18 November, while the Beluga 2.0 edition will be available from 25 November.

They’ll likely cost around £180.

Of course, none of this is official. We’ll have to wait for the Adidas to confirm a release date for both versions of the new Yeezy before we can be sure of what’s going on.

Regardless, you can prepare for a load of hype, massive queues, and sneakers selling out in a matter of minutes. Be ready (and maybe book 18 November and 25 November off work just in case).

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