When the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Cinder first leaked at the start of this year, we knew straight away that it was going to be a must cop. While it may look like any "Triple Black" Kanye West x adidas shoe from a distance, there actually are quite a few features that are definitely worth mentioning. Whether you're a YZY collector or you're on the hunt for your first pair, this is right up your street.
Contrary to early leaks, the Cinder is painted in a dark charcoal rather than black, so it's perfect for those who don't fancy all-black kicks. A single mesh stripe shoots across the lateral panel for a stylish yet functional look, and around the back, the much loved heel tab makes a triumphant return. Much to many sneakerhead's dismay, this was removed in the most recent 350 V2 drops, so that fact that it's back and here to stay is definitely welcomed.
Down below you'll find the iconic ribbed midsole that's been around for over five years now, and within it is adidas Boost for comfort and cushioning that knows no bounds. What's more, a gum rubber outsole sits underfoot, complete with a vivid yellow heel pod that finalises the versatile aesthetic.