Adidas looks to be moving their exclusive releases to the official Adidas app.
For a few years, Adidas has been building their Confirmed app to be the easiest way to cop the most in-demand sneakers that the brand offers. Coinciding with the release of the original Yeezy 750 Boost, the app made things as easy as a simple tap on your phone screen to sign up and hopefully win a chance to buy your favorite kicks. While it has seen major success as a go-to for all sneakerheads after a recent expansion to further markets, Adidas looks to be halting all further operations with the app, moving things to their official Adidas app.
Confirmed currently gives consumers a chance to reserve a pair of sneakers in their size when high-profile drops occur, which is basically every weekend. According to SoleCollector and Yeezy Mafia, the app will vanish in a few weeks as Adidas begins to phase it out. Many Confirmed users were prompted to download the Adidas app when attempting to reserve their pair of the Yeezy 350 V2's in the "Butter" colorway last weekend and it will likely be the same with the upcoming Yeezy 500 "Utility Black."
There does not appear to be an exact timetable on when the Confirmed app will be shutting down. For anybody that copped using the app, we bid Confirmed a much-deserved farewell.