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The Yeezy 350 (or Yeezy Boost 350) is arguably the most popular Kanye West shoe made outside of his Nike days. Out of all of the Yeezy sneakers that adidas and Kayne have made together, the Yeezy 350 is easily the most wearable, comfortable, and sought-after.
Since its debut in June of 2015 in the “Turtle Dove” colorway, the Yeezy 350 has been a sneakerhead staple. Even with the introduction of the Yeezy 350 V2, sneakerheads, resellers, and Kanye fans alike are still clamoring to get their hands on a pair of Yeezy 350s.
As mentioned, the first every adidas Yeezy 350 released in 2015 in the “Turtle Dove” colorway. Since then there have been countless new colors and designs. Based on our extensive sneaker experience, here are the top Yeezy 350 colorways.
adidas Yeezy Boost 350 Turtledove (2022)
Why is the Yeezy 350 Turtledove 2022 on our list of the top Yeezy 350s? Simply because this is the reincarnation of the OG Turtledove 350 that dropped in 2015…and it still looks amazing. This colorway has not and will not go out of style.
adidas Yeezy Boost 350 Moonrock
Although it’s almost 7 years old, the Yeezy 350 Moonrock is still one of the top Yeezy 350 colorways of all time. The monochromatic grey upper is just so clean, it’s hard to pick against this shoe. Resellers agree, too. If you want a pair of these 350s, you’re looking at at least $800 down the drain.
adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Yecheil (Reflective)
A lot of the Yeezy 350 V2 colorways come in two variants, reflective and non-reflective. As a general rule of thumb, the reflective variants are the more popular of the two. As is the case with the Yecheil Yeezy 350 V2. This one is giving off major Christmas vibes, and I’m here for it!
adidas Yeezy Boost 350 Pirate Black (2015)
No, we’re not done with the OGs. It’s so hard to pick against any of the OG Yeezy 350 colorways, especially the Pirate Black. All black will never go out of style. Imagine having to follow this release up by coming up with a better colorway?
adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Glow
Not everything can be black and white, we had to throw some color in here. The Glow Yeezy 350s really do glow. You’ll need some sunglasses if you’re brave enough to pull off this insane Yeezy 350 colorway!
adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Beluga
The Yeezy 350 V2 Beluga is easily one of the top Yeezy 350 colorways out there. How can you not love the contrast between the grey upper and orange/red stripe? I would argue this is one of the more memorable and recognizable pairs of the Yeezy 350.
adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Cream/Triple White
Who needs all-white Forces when you can have all-white Yeezy 350s? The Cream colorway is an easy shoe-in for our top Yeezy 350 colorways.
adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Zebra
A fan-favorite and an eye-catching design, the Zebra colorway just hit’s different on this Yeezy 350 V2 silhouette. What’s black and white and red all over?
adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Onyx
And we’ve reached the antithesis of the Yeezy 350 Cream…enter the Onyx colorway. All black never hurt anyone, right? This blacked-out Yeezy 350 V2 was an easy choice as one of the best colorways of the Yeezy 350.
adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Core Black Copper
And we have a wildcard…this pair doesn’t get much love or attention but it sure is pretty! The copper contrasts perfectly with the core black upper. Don’t sleep on this one!
What are the best Yeezy 350s?
There are so many different adidas Yeezy 350s to choose from, but I would say that the best Yeezy 350s are the OG Turtle Dove, Pirate Black, Moonrock, and Oxford Tan. The chokehold that these Yeezy 350s had on the sneaker community is unlike anything we’ve seen since then. Naturally these colorways are worth a lot more on the resale market, too.