Although the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 was one of the most coveted sneakers of the year, it also ended up being one of the most abused. Throughout 2015, we saw the Yeezy Boosts get skated in, covered in ketchup, shot with paint balls, and most recently, cut apart for no apparent reason. Now, as the year comes to a close, they're taking one final beating courtesy of the good folks at Crep Protect.
This time around, the Crep Protect team decided to kill two birds with one stone by showing off their product's capabilities and making a fresh batch of wine along the way. After lacing up a fresh pair of the "Tan" 350s, they proceeded to step into a bucket of grapes and — you guessed it — crush them with the Boosts.
The process ends up leaving the 350s looking more "Bordeaux" than "Tan," but in the end, the stains are no match for Crep Proect's Cure cleaning kit. Watch it all go down in the clip above and cop your own Cure kit right here for $16.