Previously dubbed the “Yebra” colorway, the latest "Semi-Frozen Yellow/Raw Steel/Red" or "SEFRYE/RAWSTE/RED" 350 V2 sneaker has apparently started arriving at retailers in Europe.

While the news still remains unconfirmed by adidas - and you should stay posted to the adidas Originals Twitter for official word - industry sources have revealed that YEEZY retailers will receive around 120 pairs. Pricing should be the same as previous V2 releases, at $220 USD.

The V2 colorway features a highlighter yellow upper, matching Boost sole unit, and contrasting gum sole.

On top of that, a "Beluga" 2.0 is likely on the way at the end of November, which could be the very last release of the 350 V2 franchise. Stay posted for more information as it arrives.

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