Previous reports have already confirmed that a Yeezy Boost 350 release is already slated for June. However, new photos of Kanye West wearing yet another unreleased colourway of his popular footwear sparked the interest of sneakerheads the world over.
As XXL Mag recently reported, the rapper was seen sporting a never-before-seen all-white variant of the Yeezy Boost 350. The image was shared by West’s wife, Kim Kardashian, through a Snapchat video.
“A shoeless Kanye is seen standing next to a pair of his unreleased all-white Yeezy Boost 350s,” the report shared. “The reason behind the G.O.O.D. Music rapper being shoeless at the time was because construction work was being done at their house, so to avoid the risk of his shoes getting dirty or damaged, ‘Ye decided to take off his kicks and walk in black socks -a true sneakerhead move.”
See the alleged all-white Yeezy Boost 350 release in the video below:
Kanye does NOT want his white Yeezys dirty. pic.twitter.com/licIwyash7
— Big Baller Brandon (@xBRICHx) May 15, 2016
Earlier this year, West launched his Yeezy season 3 collection, and along with it came some exciting new colourways for his popular sneaker line. He was spotted wearing his new collection several times in public, sparking new talks that the new design will be made available to the public very soon.
Just last February, fans have swarmed online and retail stores to cop one of the original colourways, the Yeezy Boost 350 Pirate Black. Within days, the restock was immediately sold out making some empty handed sneaker freaks desperate for another release announcement.
Just recently, the fans’ desperation for the new Yeezy has been put at bay when Yeezy President Pete Fox confirmed that a handful of sneakers from the season 3 collection will be made available to consumers next month.
“As a first of several launch announcements planned for this year, the highly anticipated YEEZY footwear collection from Kanye West’s own signature line will be released globally on June 6, 2016, in select high-end fashion boutiques, speciality stores and online,” a statement from Fox read.