Kanye West and Adidas Originals definitely made a mark in the shoe industry when they released the very exclusive Yeezy Boost SPLY 350.  With limited stocks, sneakerheads are put on the edge of their seats waiting for the next release to be announced.

Earlier this year, West launched his Yeezy season 3 collection, and along with it came some exciting new colorways 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 colorways, 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.

Fans might not need to wait any longer as new reports are hopeful that the new colorway with orange streaks featured in the Yeezy season 3 fashion show will be released this month.  Aptly called the Yeezy Boost SPLY 350, the new sneaker from West and Adidas will reportedly hit racks by May 14, Ecumenical News reported.

The site continued to share that the new pair will have some upgrades in term of its design. “The sneaker has also tweaked some of its usual features like an updated Primeknit that gives a more breathable design,” the site noted.

“It also has a new striped pattern that resembles a zebra print. There is also a noticeable stitching in the middle of the shoes using a reflective material, a revamped translucent outsole with dark sand colorway, and a higher ankle cut.”

No official confirmation about the Yeezy Boost SPLY 350 release date has been made as of writing, but several reports are claiming that it will retail for roughly $200 or A$262. As for the man behind the sneaker, West has earlier shared that he will be making his creation more available to the public by making more pairs.

“No more fashion calendar… I’m going Mad Max… 6 collections a year…3 albums a year,” the rapper said in a Twitter post.