It's been quiet lately for YEEZY stans, but the latest chapter in the YEEZY story gets underway when Kanye West and adidas Originals release the 350 V2 model in two eagerly anticipated colorways next month.

Sources have confirmed the "Frozen Yellow" and "Beluga 2.0" versions will arrive on November 18 and November 25, respectively. Stock and supply numbers are still unknown, but early murmurs suggest the "Frozen Yellow" iteration will be the most limited YEEZY drop yet.

As you may recall, we caught a good glimpse of the "Frozen Yellow" kicks when Kanye West undertook a tour of production factories in China back in August. Eschewing the regular rubber outsole in favor of a gum look, the sneaker fits in line with streetwear's current obsession with all things "Volt." The "Beluga 2.0," meanwhile, is a subtle reworking of the original "Beluga" which dropped last year.

Prices are yet to be set in stone, but expect to pay around $220. Highsnobiety reached out to adidas for a comment on the unconfirmed release, but has yet to receive a response. Stay posted for more news as it arrives.

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