Images of the first Adidas 350 V2 without a YEEZY branded finish

A hot minute has passed since then Kanye West decided to go ahead and burn down his reputation and business dealings with him by choosing to spread anti-Semitic rhetoric on virtually every possible platform.

Since then, people have probably been wondering what would become of the iconic brands West has been associated with over the years, including arguably the most iconic of them all, the Adidas x YEEZY partnership.

The answer turns out to be quite simple – the popular sports brand will continue with the 350 V2 line, but they’re dropping any YEEZY branding from the product if leaked images of the next iteration of the sneaker line turn out to be legitimate be.

According to the tweet below, Adidas has also filed a trademark for “SPLY-350,” which the sneakers will appear to reference in the future.

Sneaker culture company SoleSavy’s Twitter account shared the above images a few hours ago, and it looks like Adidas isn’t entirely shirking its affiliation with Kanye West and will continue to produce the sneaker style over time became synonymous with the disgraced rapper’s clothing label.

The final nail in the coffin of West’s career was hammered in hard and fast after West appeared on Alex Jones’ InfoWars show a few weeks ago and poked fun at how big he was a fan of Hitler. He was also banned from Twitter after posting a swastika stylized as a Star of David on the platform.

Ye has mercifully remained silent since these events for the most part, unless he’s been spouting his nonsense on his Telegram channel, but that’s a corner of the internet we don’t venture into or care to acknowledge.

According to the Anti-Defamation League, anti-Semitic incidents hit an “all-time high” in 2021, and 2022 is on a similar path. These include assault, harassment and vandalism. For more information on the dangers of antisemitic rhetoric and what you can do about it, see the American Jewish Committee Call to Action Against Antisemitism in America. Images of the first Adidas 350 V2 without a YEEZY branded finish

Lindsay Lowe

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