Yeezy 350 Mono sneakers at True to Sole

Kanye has already proven that the adidas Yeezy line can always be renewed! While the Yeezy 350 wasn't the first model, they've always gotten the most attention - and that's still the case!


The Yeezy Boost 350 Mono range currently has four colourways available. 'Structurally' they are the same as the previous 350 v2 models. The shape and proportions of the Boost sole are unchanged, but the upper has changed a lot: it's made of a strong and flexible, densely woven but subtly translucent synthetic material, reinforced by an internal 'organic structure'. The strip running down the side is inherited from the previous v2 models, and the good old pulltab is also there.

The colourways were released in different regions of the world on 18 June 2021. The bluish-white 'Mono Ice' was released in North and Latin America and China, the lighter orange 'Mono Clay' with a sand-coloured sole in the Pacific region of Asia and China, and the darker brownish 'Mono Mist' in Europe, Africa, India, the Middle East, Russia, Ukraine and China.


This was followed on 24 June by 'Mono Cinder' with a black sole and upper, which was available globally online at yeezysupply.com.

Yeezy 350 Mono sneakers at True to Sole

A real specialty is that all four colourways are available in the True to Sole store and webshop! Come into our store on Régi posta Street and try them on to see how it fits. Or order it and if it doesn't fit (you know, from Yeezy 350s you have to buy always one size larger than your usual size) we can exchange it for the right size!


Yeezy 350 history from v1 to Mono

The very first Yeezy Boost 350 v1 sneakers were released back in 2015. The Turtle Dove, Pirate Black, Moonrock and Oxford Tan 350 v1 colorways are still iconic sneakers with a high resell price to this day.

The real widespread success came with the Yeezy 350 v2, which featured a wider construction and the classic SPLY-350 inscription. To most Yeezy 350 fans, the v2 is considered 'The Three-Fifty'. The first v2 cw, the Beluga, dropped in September 2016, followed by countless others inclusive the Butter and Sesame cw.

The next renewal was in 2018, when Kanye (then Ye) started to actualize his 'Yeezy for everyone' promise. Starting with the Static colorway, the v2 Yeezy sneakers had a transparent strip, a more vibrant upper and colors. Literally countless colorways came into existence, with or without pulltabs, with biblical names for a while, which were later reverted to more 'down to earth' names.

In 2021, we were introduced to the special Yeezy 350 Mono range with a transparent cover, further proof of Yeezy's ongoing renewal.

See also our previous infographic on Yeezy history.

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