Quickly ranking among the most complex Yeezy 350’s since the silhouette came to market three years ago, a bold union of color with pattern complements the shoe’s “Yecheil” moniker, meaning "May God live" or "God shall live" in Hebrew. Like the earliest Air Jordan colorways—which paid homage to Jordan’s Chicago Bulls team colors—shades of black and red litter the low-cut silhouette, with Primeknits in colors like soothing gray and light blue.
As with most Yeezy Boost 350 v2 releases, the “Yecheil” is coveted. The amount available has increased since the early days of adidas Yeezy. Previously, only a few hundred pairs circulated through a small number of premium retailers. If you were lucky enough some, you were the only one among your friends with such luck.
West promised to make the shoes more available after becoming aware of the age-old supply and demand gap, stating that in the years to come, each release would be produced on a broader scale. West has delivered on that promise, but the popularity of the Yeezy Boost 350 made it difficult to keep the product in stock, even after the increase.