It is very evident that Yeezy 350 v2’s now come in many different colors across the board and Adidas does not plan on slowing down the number of releases anytime soon. Fans have stated they want to see slight modifications to the newer releases to spice things up and Adidas has finally delivered. No, they did not make major changes but they did in fact make a change in the lacing system switching up what we are used to seeing with original sneaker laces. On August 22nd, 2020 Adidas released the Yeezy 350 V2 “Israfil” which is the first sneaker we see with the new lacing system. Consisting of a light blue/greyish color similar to the Yeezy Calabasas “Grey” throughout with tan outsoles and blue-ish tint on the midsole which means there will be no signs of yellowing with this pair. Collectors should take note this was one of the more exclusive releases as it was only available for purchase on the Adidas official App and Yeezy Supply.
LACE CHANGES ARE HERE!
Laces are a big part of a sneakers aesthetic and Adidas took note of those and has implemented a lace lock within there lacing system. This change eliminates the need to tie this Yeezy boost 350 v2 and instead producing a cleaner and sleeker look overall. Depending on the sneaker collector this is a good and a bad thing. Many collectors state this is a good change because it is a direction of change in which the yeezy 350 v2 has not had in quit some time.