The Adidas Yeezy Boost 380 is one of Kanye West’s latest creations, and bares many similarities to the Yeezy 350 V2 that released in 2016. Released originally in December of last year, the sneaker has been a success, selling out on release and reselling for around $300, but wearers of the model have realized not only does it look great, but it also feels amazing.
The Yeezy Boost 380 features a thin Primeknit upper, and a Boost midsole that is encased in a semi-translucent rubber. It has a very minimalist design, and other than the rope laces, the upper has no excess material on it. Important artistic choices on the shoe are the many extra lace holes, and the thick stripe on both sides of the upper.
As well as the sneakers unique look, it has also received attention for its insane comfort. The Primeknit is very soft and conforms to the shape of your foot, and although the Boost is encased, it is still very springy, more so than any other Yeezy Boost model.
The Adidas Yeezy Boost 380 is expected to return in July of this year, releasing in a “Blue Oat” colorway that will be covered in earthy tones, apart from the stripe that will be blue. It will retail for $230 and will be available from primarily Adidas’ own website and Yeezy Supply, but if you are not lucky enough to get them on release day, you can find them afterwards on StockX or Goat.