What on Earth Happened with the Beluga?
So Now that we’re done with two Yeezy Boost Releases, we still have one more to go. And if you’re planning on ending 2017 in style, you gotta cop the Adidas Yeezy Boost Blue Tint. We’re sure most of you good people took a big bad L on the Semi Frozen Yellow release, but chances are you got yourself a couple of pairs of the Beluga. But cheer no more.
The reselling price of the Beluga is so low, that after you’ve paid for a bot, a server and a handful of proxies, chances are you barely made any profit.
However, if you’ve been good this year, you might still have a chance with the Yeezy Boost Blue Tint. A chance to cop, and resell for a reasonable sum.
The stock level of the “last V2 for a while”, is higher than that of the Semi Frozen Yellow, so you can cop. And it’s lower than the Beluga so they’re probably worth a little more on the resellers’ market.
To be honest, while we would love to share yeezys with the whole world, we really hate how badly this reflects on resale prices. When first posted on reselling sites, the super limited Yeezy Boost Frozen yellow made some good cash for their owners. But the Beluga, oh well that’s a completely different story. Reselling for $400-$500 they seriously weren’t worth the effort, the time or even the money invested into copping them. And with so many restocks, and the Yeezy Boost Blue Tint Dropping soon, you can expect the resale values to hit rock-bottom.
However, the release of the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Beluga 2.0 was for the real sneakerheads. Those who cop to flex, them loyal fans who admire Kanye West’s sneakers and music. So if you never intended on selling them in the first place, you’re probably very happy right now.
Adidas Yeezy Boost Blue Tint Features
First, let’s point out that the looks of the Yeezy Boost Blue tint have changed a lot since the first mockup appeared online. And though we would’ve preferred that clean almost muted colorway, we won’t object. We’re thankful for whatever sneakers Yeezus will bless us with.
You’ve Probably observed the Blue Tints very closely, admiring every tiny detail in it for a while now. But a little reminder of what these beauties have to offer won’t hurt.
The final Yeezy Boost for this season, or forever, features a Blue Tint, Grey Three, and High-Resolution Red color combination. You can also notice the light blue accents on the sides along with a bright red “SPLY-350” lettering.
The Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Blue Tint will release at select Adidas Originals retailers on December 16th, 2017 and will retail for the usual $220.
Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2
Color: Blue Tint/Grey Three-High Res Red
Release Date: December 16, 2017
Style Code: B37571
Retail Price: $220
Where to go from here?
Now that we know that the Adidas Yeezy Boost Blue Tint is going to be the last v2 for a long while, we can’t help but ask; And now what? What are Adidas and Kanye up to? Do they know they’re killing Yeezy’s hype by making it so accessible?
Although we’ve seen some new Yeezys, Boost-less Yeezys, dad-shoe Yeezys, we still don’t know what to expect. Like, you read about how the blue tints are the last V2s for so long, and you wake up the next morning to new V2 “colorways”. Yes! Colorways, not designs, because let’s be honest here, no changes were made to the V2’s design in ages. Except for maybe tilting the “SPLY-350” logo a bit to make all those suffering from OCD go crazy.
— YEEZY MAFIA (@theyeezymafia) November 1, 2017
Would it bother us to get some more Yeezy Boost 350 V2? Of course not. But it wouldn’t hurt to make some space for new and fresh designs, dare we say other than Yeezys.
Share your thoughts in the comment section below. And if you had no luck copping any Yeezys so far this season, give it a go with our Massive giveaway.