The potential return of a fan-favorite adidas Yeezy Boost 350 colorway should have lots of sneakerheads lining up at sneaker stands this coming April.
Yesterday’s exciting array of sneaker releases included the much-awaited collaboration between the Ubisoft game “Just Dance” and Allen Iverson’s Reebok Question Low. Powerhouse sneaker brand adidas also announced a new colorway to the Yeezy Boost 700, and they kept the ball rolling today with rumors of the upcoming re-release of a much-loved iteration of the Yeezy Boost 350.
The Potential Comeback of the Yeezy Boost 350 “Turtle Dove”
Many people fell in love with the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 “Turtle Dove” when it was first released in 2016, and there’s no doubt that lots of fans will line up when the coveted pair indeed restocks next month.
There’s no official confirmation just yet, but rumors have it that the Yeezy Boost 350 “Turtle Dove” colorway will release again this coming April, with an expected retail price tag of $200 USD.
Jordan Zoom Separate Dons the “University Blue” Colors
Launched in late 2021, the Jordan Zoom Separate has been the go-to-basketball-shoe of Dallas Mavericks superstar Luka Doncic. Luka is yet to introduce his own signature shoe with Jordan Brand, but the Jordan Zoom Separate was designed for the particular motion of his favorite step-back jumper.
This basketball sneaker has taken on vibrant colorways such as “Chaos” and a monochromatic hue in the past, but the Jumpman Team has opted to go light in its recent iteration. The Jordan Zoom Separate is set to don the “University Blue” hue in its branding at the toe and medial portion, and also on the Jumpman logos of the shoe.
The Jordan Zoom Separate “University Blue” will be released this year at a retail price tag of $110 USD.
A New Silhouette of the Air Jordan 1 Mid-Top
If you’re not one of those who hate the mid-top versions of the Air Jordan 1, then this piece of exciting news will surely sound pleasant to your ears. The Air Jordan 1 Mid is set to introduce another black-and-red iteration, with the words “Black” and “Red” written repeatedly on the upper. This new silhouette of the Air Jordan 1 Mid also features a deep ruby color on its toe box and overlays, along with the white hue around the forefoot.
There’s no confirmed price tag for this black and red version of the Air Jordan 1 Mid, but it is slated to drop this year. For more notable Air Jordan releases this April, you can check here.