After originally being slated for a March 16th release, the Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 "Clay" was delayed until March 30th, which just so happens to be tomorrow. This colorway was a part of the three-model pack which included the "True Form" and "Hyperspace" models. Each colorway was region locked with the "Clay" model releasing in North and South America. Fans have been anxiously awaiting this release for weeks now and the time is almost here to try and cop.

This particularly colorway is fairly weird and different for a Yeezy release. The whole shoe comes in an orange and brown tint, while the stripe on the side is translucent, much like the static colorway which debuted all the way back in December. For this release, Adidas is pulling out all the stops as it will be available in adult, kids, and infant sizes. The adult version will go for $220 USD, while the kids and infant models are $160 and $140 USD respectively. 

According to Sneaker News, the store list for these is quite large so there will be plenty of opportunities to cop if you're looking to do so. These stores include SSense, Eastbay, Foot Locker, Foot Action, Champs, and many more. All of the stores mentioned will be making pairs available online as of 10 A.M EST.