Earlier this month, adidas confirmed that, after weighing up all of the options, they will continue to sell Yeezys – and the Yeezy Boost 350 "Pirate Black" will be one of the very first pairs to make a comeback. Originally released back in the summer of 2015, if you didn't manage to secure a pair back in the day, now's your chance.
One of the first colourways to hit the 350 V1, the "Pirate Black" boasts an all-black Primeknit upper with contrasting "Blue Graphite" streaks throughout. A pair of thick rope laces tie everything together, and the oversized heel tab around the back is accented in red. All of this then sits on top of a ribbed Boost unit, that went on to inspire seven more years of YZY silhouettes.
At the end of last year, the German sportswear company prematurely terminated its partnership with Kanye West due to anti-semitic comments that he made. With that said, in hopes to minimise the brand's profit loss as well as to avoid a potential issue with sustainability, adi has decided to release the rest of its remaining Yeezy stock, with 15% commission of every sale still going to Ye, as per their original contract.
The adidas Yeezy Boost 350 "Pirate Black" is set to re-release on May 31st, and this will be the last time that we'll see this colourway. Let us know if you'll be adding these to your rotation later this month, and in related news, the JJJJound x adidas Samba is coming soon.