Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Run in adidas Yeezy Boost 350

Here’s proof why you shouldn’t run in the adidas Yeezy Boost 350.

Kanye West claims his Yeezy Boosts are suitable for playing intense sports. One TSG reader says otherwise.

What you see above is a pair of Pirate Black adidas Yeezy Boost 350’s. The upper is partially separated from the sole. That’s not supposed to happen on brand new sneakers.

On Twitter, @aaronmescudi asks, “is this supposed to happen while running?”

@TheShoeGame@adidasoriginalsI got hung up on 3 times. & when i spoke to someone I cant get a replacement pair. Only my money back ?

— Thotron (@aaronmescudi)November 18, 2015

Since the exchange on Twitter we’ve directed Aaron to adidas customer support. But if you were curious whether you could use Yeezy Boost 350’s to workout or even run… we strongly advise you don’t!

Hopefully adidas will be able to give Aaron a refund for his defective sneakers. We’ll update you once this story develops.

Even though you shouldn’t run in adidas Yeezy Boost 350, have you?

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