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Yeezy Boost 350 Price, Release Date & Design: Kanye West Teases All-White Design

Update Date: May 19, 2016 07:11 AM EDT
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Adidas is expected to release the new Yeezy Boost 350 by June 11 but that has not stopped folks from stalking certain people like Kanye West.

Most sneakerheads are pretty curious on what enhancements the next pair of kicks will have to offer and now folks may have just caught a sneak preview of it thanks to a shared video by West’s better part, Kim Kardashian.

Kardashian shared a Snapchat video recently showing Kanye standing next to his pair of unreleased all-white Yeezy Boost 350s. The rapper didn’t have any shoes on when Kim recorded the video with ongoing construction at their home.

Kanye was believed to be taking extreme good care of his unreleased kicks at the time, particularly because of the construction going on at their house. Rather than risk of seeing the shoes getting damaged or dirty, the music rapper ended up walking around with only black socks, something that perhaps any sneakerhead would probably do.

While the ruckus seems a bit hilarious unless one knows how sneakerheads place premiums on safeguarding their kicks, the better question is on whether those shoes are the ones set for release next month.

Seeing that West is the man behind the Yeezy Boost footwear line, they are likely the ones to be expected and justifies the protective nature that West is practicing on the unreleased kicks.

Consider as well that there is no word yet on the official design. But with West being seen with an all-white low top silhouette pair as of late, many have fallen under the impression that this is the design that the next shoe will be carrying.

Then again, it could be all part of his protective side considering West his busy preparing for Yeezy Season 3. The presentation is happening in conjunction with an album listening party and a performance by Vanessa Beecroft at the Madison Square Garden.

This technically categorizes the West sightings as a rumor, meaning avid sneakerheads may be wise to save their conclusions at least for a couple more weeks. Adidas has yet to divulge any information on such as well, something that should keep folks scouring the Internet on possible shoe designs from here on.

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