Yeezy Oreo 350 V2: A Treat to Every Sneakerhead!
If the cookie monster was here, he would have a field day after hearing this news! And since you should count your cookies and not your problems, we’ve got you one that should be number one. The new Yeezy Oreo took us all by surprise and lit that spark of excitement among sneakerheads! We know for some of you, the cookie-hurt is still there after that L with the Supreme Oreos (which by the way are reselling for $10+ per pack). But it’s okay now, we’ve got you the Yeezy Oreo to distract you!
Yeezy Oreo Vol.2
I know, you probably got your hopes up for a Yeezy Oreo restock. Unfortunately, it’s not happening. Unless we get a new Yeezy Deadstock Day. But we’ve got a much different take on the Oreo colorway! Although it’s still a mockup, we can tell this is going to be an excellent looking colorway. We know we love a good pair of black sneakers! That’s why the almost black Yeezy Cinder immediately made it to our list of spring favorites.
The usual Primeknit upper comes in a mix of black, a bit of grey near the collar, and cream on the heel area. Boost midsoles are a staple for this silhouette along with a plain black shell covering it! Twitter is actually torn between loving it and thinking it’s just a discolored version of Yeezy Yecheil.
Cop for me. I only own one pair of v2’s, which are the Yecheils. I really like the looks of them, and these have the same type of look to me. Definitely getting a pair.
— TakeURBabyMom 🇵🇷 (@TakeURBabyMom) March 24, 2020
How Does It Compare to 2016’s Yeezy Oreo?
We can’t objectively compare these two. They both look very similar yet very different at the same time. They both share the black midsole shell that wraps the Boost midsole! Moreover, Yeezy Oreo 2020 has an identical color palette to the 2016 version, in a different execution though. The Primeknit upper and black laces are the same too, and that’s about it!
On the other hand, the whole upper design is different! The SPLY 350 side strip was the whole deal in 2016. And apparently, with its current resale value, it still is! However, the new Yeezy Oreo switched it with the translucent side strip. And that’s definitely not a deal-breaker for us because we grew very fond of it! It really does look like Yeezy Yecheil which was a pretty popular release!
Release Date: December 17, 2016
Retail Price: $220
Avg. Resale Value: $773
So, What Do We Think?
Honestly? Black Yeezys are always in. And they look awesome with any outfit! Also, they’re always worth a decent sum on the aftermarket. So, you should definitely get your bot started for this one. We still don’t have any release info about the kicks, but we’ll update once we do, so keep it locked on our blog!