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Is the YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 “Steel Grey” Proving to Be a Controversial Release?

Is Kanye losing control of his billion-dollar YEEZY dream?


Things haven’t been looking good for Kanye West, aka Ye. His “Good (Don’t Die)” track from his recently released album Vultures 1 was pulled from Spotify for “copyright infringement,” and now, adidas is selling a new colorway of the YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 that he did not personally design (as mentioned in his statement on Instagram).

The Three Stripes brand has just introduced a brand new “Steel Grey” colorway for the popular silhouette.

This new version features a cool, neutral look. The upper is made from a light Steel Grey knit material, with a darker shade on the rubber sole. The laces, insole, and heel tab all match the upper for a sleek, monochromatic look.

This “Steel Grey” version is just the first of many YEEZY releases planned for this year after adidas recently revealed they would be selling off the remaining YEEZY stock.

The YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 “Steel Grey” will be exclusively available on the adidas CONFIRMED app through a raffle. The shoes will retail at US$230.

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