The Yeezy 350 V2 Light Cinder, which was previously scheduled for a January release, has received its best look yet. This neutral palette in light grey is evocative of the 2020 Tail Light release. These have the same top style as the Zyon 350 V2.
This shoe’s great details make it flexible and comfortable to wear
The Primeknit’s redesigned static design features a smooth space in the midst of the lateral and medial sides. However, because this is a monotone hue, the upper designs do not stand out in the re-engineered primeknit. The fan-favorite pull tab returns for this colorway, which has received little criticism in the past. The monofilament stripe is a couple shades darker than the upper and not as translucent as we’ve seen on previous 350s. The stripe and pull tab add to the beauty while breaking up the monochrome effect. The upper is finished with traditional round laces that match the rest of the sneaker. The upper is attached to their ribbed TPU midsole and rubber outsole. Both are a darker grey tint than the upper. This is one of the most comfortable sneakers ever thanks to the full-length drop-in BoostTM technology. Other elements include grey round laces, defined center stitching, and being produced from sustainable and recycled materials in accordance with Adidas’ End Plastic Waste Program.
The 350 V2 has a distinct and rather divisive appearance. The sneaker, on the other hand, has gained widespread praise and is a popular option among sneakerheads. It is made of high-quality materials and is both useful and aesthetically beautiful.