Note to self: Do not buy Yeezy Boosts as a gift for grandma. That’s what this person did, and she was not very impressed. She disliked them to the point that she refused them and said to take them back. Hilarious.
Here’s the pair she received:
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It’s about time for the third colorway in the Yeezy Boost 350 to release. The “Tan” version of the popular low-top shoe will be hitting select retailers on December 29th. If you get any Christmas cash this year, you’ll definitely want to save it for these. Just like previous colorways, they’ll run $200, but quantities will be very limited.
Take a look:
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How this website has lasted for more than 5 minutes is beyond me. Havik Footwear is a brand that apparently specializes in decent looking knock-off sneakers. Their primary counterfeit models are “inspired” by the recent adidas Yeezy Boost models. They’re nearly identical, but definitely look like a cheaper version.
They also have some shoes that look identical to adidas’ Stan Smith model, the Air Jordan Future and other various shoes. Would you guys buy a pair? I wouldn’t recommend it, but prices are only $70-$85. Hit their shop here.
Check out some more knock-offs from Havik:
August 22nd will bring the release of the 2nd colorway in the Yeezy Boost 350 from adidas. This time the shoe will be releasing in an “all-black” colorway with grey and red accents. Price will once again be set at $200. You can head here to find out which store near you will have them.
Check out a detailed look below: