The adidas Yeezy 350 Boost Low is finally arriving this weekend and if you’re unaware of the U.S. launch details, you should first read here.

Overall, the second silhouette designed by Kanye West, following his inaugural adidas Yeezy 750 Boost with the German sportswear brand, has already received some criticism due to its resemblance to the popular Nike Roshe Run. The adidas Yeezy 750 Boost is essentially defined by its lightweight knitted upper and profile, with a hint of folksy aesthetics through its distinct Grey and Black threads intertwining across its entire upper, as well as raw stitching exposed on its center.

The silhouette is further defined by Black suede patches on the inner lateral side which bears “YZY” and the adidas trefoil logo, while additional aesthetic elements include a heel tab with Red stitching and matching rope style laces. All resting atop adidas’ signature Boost sole unit in White, look for the adidas Yeezy 350 Boost Low at select adidas retailers nationwide starting June 27th for $200.

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