We recently reported that the much-anticipated next release from the YEEZY line by Kanye West and adidas Originals would be the all-black adidas YEEZY Boost 750 and that it would come out mid December, while first rumors hinted at an earlier release. Today Travis Scott officially confirms the existence of the all-black tonal colorway of the high top sneaker, as he is among the first to have received it as a gift from Kanye West. In an Instagram post Scott shows off the sneaker with the caption reading: "Thanks Ye Ye." You can expect Kanye's entire gang to be receiving these in the next week or two, and the official release of the sneaker in the week of December 14.

Stay tuned as we get more details and a better look at the sneaker.

UPDATE: It looks like Don C now also finally received his pair of the triple-black adidas Originals YEEZY Boost 750.

The release date looks to be December 19.

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