The Adidas Yeezy 350 V2 Black/Red ‘Bred’
The Kanye West designed Yeezy 350 has been an iconic sneaker ever since it’s first iteration which came out all the way back in August 2015. However, it was the silhouette of the 350 V2 which fans seemed to gravitate the most to. When the Adidas Yeezy 350 V2 Black/Red ‘Bred’ originally dropped back in 2017, it almost immediately sold out everywhere and proved to be an instant classic within sneakerheads.
Reminiscent to the original "Pirate Black" colorway, the sneaker features a black prime knit upper with the famous contrasting red “SPLY 350” text. The shoe includes a black-tinted full-length BOOST sole unit covering, black rope laces, and a matching sock liner.
In this particular color ways, Ye decided to take a slightly different design choice for this edition of the V2. Unlike the other 350 V2’s up to this point, Kanye has ditched the stripe for the first time and attached a pull tab, which has been a feature he has implemented in the following 10 color ways.