Though the next Yeezy Boost 350 v2 is currently set to be the alluring Desert Sage, it looks like we have yet another to expect for the month of March, namely the "Cinder" colorway. Teased months ahead of time with its reflective upgrades, the pair has finally appeared by way of official images, showcasing a range of earth tones that effectively oppose the bright militaristic inspiration of the aforementioned. Along the Primeknit weave, which is relatively unembellished in relative terms, adidas Yeezy has preferred a dark brown shade, one that just barely resembles greyscale as it surrounds the side stripe of pure black mesh. Laces conform to the majority just as the attached heel pull while the tooling bears the two-part constructions that the silhouette's more recent run has begun to employ. Its side walls are tinted a dark neutral from the back to the toe and the entire center portion is hued with a much lighter tan; alongside, the pair also embeds a contrasting "boost" emblem in striking yellow that's not too far off from the iconic Vibram signature.