Following leaked images revealed earlier this month, we can now take an official first look at the adidas YEEZY Boost 350 V2 "Zebra."

The images arrive (once again courtesy of Yeezy Mafia) just a week after the Three Stripes released the "Core Black/Red" model, whetting the ferocious appetite of those who missed out last week as well as dedicated YEEZY fans looking to snag every pair. The construction and design remains untouched, but the upper gets dressed up in a daring zebra print pattern.

The fauna-inspired kicks will be up for reservation on adidas's Confirmed app on February 22, ahead of a full release on February 25 at the following retailers (and most likely among others):

adidas YEEZY Boost 350 V2 "Zebra" Retailers

adidas Store Los Angeles adidas Originals Store Aventura Mall adidas Originals Store Miami Beach adidas Originals Store Soho Footsites (In-store raffles)

Each store will stock around 70-80 pairs, significantly less than the last few releases. Stay tuned for a full list of retailers.

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