The adidas Yeezy Boost 350 made its debut in 2015 and was designed by Kanye West and Nic Galway. It was the second sneaker released from the Kanye and adidas partnership. The shoe featured a Primeknit upper sitting atop a Boost cushioned sole.
When the adidas Yeezy was released, Kanye West made a promise that everyone will eventually own a pair of Yeezys. According to Yeezy Mafia, each release quantities for the Yeezy Boosts have gone up since the three drops from Black Friday. There was also that massive restock of the Zebra release that recently went down.
We might not be able to walk into stores and pickup a pair of Yeezys, but the quantities of each release seems to increase over time. That also results in lower prices on the resell market as the quantities become more available.
The next pair of Yeezys scheduled to drop include the Beluga 2.0 in October, Blue Tint in December, and Semi-Frozen Yellow also in December, while the recent Dark Green pair has been cancelled.
Are you guys happy to see the quantities rise for each Yeezy release? Or does the fact that more people will be able to buy them make them less-attractive for you to cop? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section.