Yeezy 350 v2 “Natural” released with pre yellowed soles???
- by Chazz Demaria
- Release date: October 24, 2020
Originally named “Abez,” the newest Yeezy Boost 350 V2 colorway was later renamed to “Natural.”
Similar Colorway, Different Spin
The color palettes seen on this sneaker are oddly similar to other Yeezy 350 v2 releases, but the newest “Natural” colorway delivers more depth than previous similar cream/white styles. The Prime knit patterns, and all its shades fall in line with most of the Yeezy 350s we’ve seen in the past, such as the “Yeshaya” or “cloud white” colorways.
The color scheme is simple, yet the semi-translucent profile stripes add more character to it, revealing cream-like shades, matching the yellowed sole underneath to achieve that “vintage look.” However, many find this palette a bit controversial, especially the yellow-like sole, which looks like it is just worn-out. Some Yeezy fans are surprised at how yellow the shoes actually look on foot rather than in the pictures provided by Adidas.
What to Consider Before You Buy
Color pallets are really a matter of personal preference. Some people may love it, and some may hate it. It’s usually the most controversial products that get the most attention. However, there are things to consider, and just like most other Yeezy 350 v2, the “Natural” colorway also runs small, so going up a half size would be best. Also, the lacing system is attached to the shoe, and even though the box comes with extra laces, you will need to cut the stitched ones to change the laces if you want to.
You can view more “Yeezy” related articles here, such as the Yeezy boost 350 v2 “Sesame.”
Cover image via @limitedrunshop