It would seem a gross understatement to say the YEEZY Boost 350 is among the year’s most popular sneakers. Pairs of Kanye’s coveted sneakers have been flying off the shelves like bargain candy the day after Halloween. But despite their seemingly limitless popularity, adidas has realized that there is one giant market that has yet to be tapped. In confirmation of recent rumors, the brand has unveiled its plans to release the baby YEEZY Boost 350.
Despite its miniature size, the toddler version of the sneaker is about as faithful a recreation of the big-kid edition as possible. Which means that your infant will be rocking the same Primeknit construction and adidas Boost technology that adorns your own patent YEEZY sneakers.
The first images of the brand’s child-sized update features the Boost in the “Pirate Black” colorway, but it is widely agreed that it will be followed shortly with the addition of the grey “Turtle Dove” colorway. And though they may be small, that does not mean they come cheap.
Prices for the infant YEEZY’s are currently marked at a cool $120, a slightly larger total than your average baby shoe. The saying goes that "Yeezy taught me," but with these children's shoes, Yeezy can start teaching all the children in your life earlier than ever before.
Stay tuned for the official release information for the cute-sized baby YEEZY Boost 350.
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