After months of speculation, the final Yeezy products made with adidas will be released this month. 

The ultimate chapter in the adidas x Yeezy partnership is coming to an end, with sales to resume for the final time via the adidas CONFIRMED app. 

Since the termination of Kanye West and adidas’ creative partnership in October 2022, a number of releases were cancelled or postponed, leaving many to speculate on the direction the sportswear manufacturer would take to deal with the unsold stock. Earlier this month, the brand announced it would resume Yeezy sales following questions surrounding sustainability. 

On Thursday 11 May, adidas formally confirmed the release, stating: “A range of existing designs will be available exclusively through and the adidas CONFIRMED app. A significant amount will be donated to selected organizations working to combat discrimination and hate, including racism and antisemitism. These include but are not limited to the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) and the Philonise & Keeta Floyd Institute for Social Change.”

Now, fans will have the chance to get their hands on a pair of adidas Yeezy sneakers for retail in one of the last official drops. The first UK releases announced are the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Carbon Beluga and Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Onyx. 

Widely considered the most popular Yeezy silhouette, the 350 V2 has dominated launches in recent years. First introduced in 2016, this sought-after shoe boasts a breathable Primeknit construction and comfort-focused Boost technology underfoot. The hotly anticipated Carbon Beluga channels the energy of the original Beluga colourway through an intersecting grey and orange upper. For those wishing for a more understated hue, a stealthy all black ‘Onyx’ iteration is set to drop at the same time. 

More popular styles are to be announced soon, including the summer-ready Yeezy Slide in a striking Azure blue colourway and iconic Yeezy Boost 350 Pirate Black, first seen in 2016. 

As fans are given one last chance to get their hands on the sell-out sneakers, it seems a fitting end for the final adidas Yeezy chapter.