Thinking about getting a pair of the Yeezy Boost 350 Low? If so, you can choose between three versions: Turtledove, Pirate Black and Moonrock. Not sure which one is the best? Here’s a comparison of the three in terms of details, popularity, and price.
Why choose the Yeezy Boost 350?
In case you don’t know what the hype is about with this show, let me explain. The Yeezy Boost 350 is made out of breakthrough materials designed to feel like a second skin. The most advanced digital engineering techniques were used to make these shoes unparalleled in style performance, and of course, comfort.
If you search for it on Instagram, you will find over 189,000 posts hashtagged #yeezyboost350 from retailers, resellers, celebrities, and the proud people who have gotten their hands on them.
Speaking of celebrities, plenty have been seen sporting these shoes. The first people in them, of course, were Kanye himself and Kim Kardashian at Disneyland. GQ has since photographed Tyga, Kylie Jenner, Joe Jonas, The Weeknd, Justin Bieber, Diddy, Trinidad James, Pharrell, Jonah Hill, Travis Scott, Niall Horan, and Lewis Hamilton wearing these while out and about, at the BET awards, New York Fashion Week, in concert, and even at the country club.
In other words, everyone loves these shoes. Reality TV stars, actors, musicians, and Formula One drivers alike have them as a part of their wardrobe because they are highly versatile, fashionable, and recognizable.
Now, let’s break down the options available.
Yeezy Boost 350 Low Pirate Black
The Pirate Black version of the Yeezy Boost 350 Low has 9,526 posts hashtagged with #yeezy350black on Instagram, making it the most talked about option. If you can find them in stores, they retail for $200 USD. If not, you will likely have to spend in the neighborhood of $700 – $950 USD to get your hands on an official new pair in a box.
Yeezy Boost 350 Low Moonrock
With 1,669 #yeezy350moonrock posts on Instagram, the agate-gray colored version of the Yeezy Boost 350 Low is second most popular option. If you can find them in stores, they retail for $200 USD. If not, you will likely have to spend in the neighborhood of $750 – $1,000 USD to get your hands on an official new pair in a box.
Yeezy Boost 350 Low Turtledove
Coming in at third in overall popularity with 1,031 #yeezy350turledove posts on Instagram is the blue/grey or white/grey (depending on who you ask) version of the Yeezy Boost 350 Low. If you can find them in stores, they retail for $200 USD. If not, you will likely have to spend in the neighborhood of $650 – $950 USD to get your hands on an official new pair in a box.
NEW: Yeezy Boost 350 Low Oxford Tan
Want something different? Then wait for the Oxford Tan version of the Yeezy Boost 350 Low. This option, just announced, will likely retail at the same prices as the earlier-mentioned versions, and could be a highly popular color for the summer. You can check our List Of Websites Releasing the Yeezy Boost Oxford Tan for info about the releases.