We have to go all the way back to 2018 for the release date of the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 “White” which at the time was Ye’s and adidas’ cleanest colourway to date for the now beloved Primknit socklike fitting piece of streetwear.
When we say this colourway was white – we mean white. This was described in press releases as triple white and you don’t get much more white than that. Even to this day there has not been a crisper, cleaner colourway from Yeezy.
The monochromatic style was highly sought after by fans on release, and even now, in 2020, sneaker heads are trawling resale platforms online in order ot add a pair to their collection. Luckily there are plenty of pairs out there on said resale market. Unfortunately, a lot of them are moving hands between collectors in order to make a profit.
So, whilst the desire to land a pair of the Triple White YEEZys grows, the chances of you actually getting your hands on a pair grows larger too.
The look itself is a beauty. The ‘SPLY-350’ was removed from this look to make it even cleaner. So was the sidestripe. The entire Primeknit upper is made using clean white material with just the design being kept to a bare minimum. Not only do these look great, thanks to the responsive fitting Primeknit they are also some of ht emost comfortable trainers on the market. Add a BOOST midsole to the mix and you’ve got a piece of footwear that doesn’t have to compromise on style over substance.
Even the laces and heel tab, use the same white colouring so that nothing looks out of place or tries to steal the limelight on the “White” colourway.
Pairs can still be found in a number of sizes over at Laced’s online trainer’s platform.