So far in 2018 things have been quite calm for Yeezys. It’s true that Adidas, with the help of Yeezys, jumped over Jumpan late 2017, but nothing so far looked too promising. But we still have 4 months to go, and the Adidas Yeezy lineup for the Fall 2018 season looks dope!
In addition to all the Yeezys that dropped so far, we still have 7 more Yeezy releases to look forward to. That’s unless Kanye and Adidas decide to surprise their wild fans with some unannounced releases.
Adidas Yeezy Fall 2018
4 out of the seven Yeezy releases we expect to have during Fall 2018 season, we’ve seen before. So this leaves us with only 3 releases that are completely new and in the dark for us. Oh! and an additional 4th new design, that will kick the Yeezy line up a notch.
YEEZY LINE UP FW 2018 pic.twitter.com/kiaF6EbhlO
— YEEZY MAFIA (@theyeezymafia) July 2, 2018
September is the moth of re-releases. Both Adidas Yeezy sneakers dropping then are ones that dropped before. The first September release is the Adidas Yeezy Boost 700 OG. This pair released twice before, and now a third time. These bulky Adidas Yeezy sneakers were first introduced to the masses back in November 2017. And with all the hate they were met with at first, they’re now loved and everyone is waiting for this drop.
Actually, the Adidas Yeezy 700s was a game changer. It was Kanye’s first big daring jump out the tonal and usual silhouettes he created. And this uniqueness is what made sneakerheads, at first, very reluctant about copping it. But not so much now! Expect it to release on September 15th, 2018.
Also on September 15th, rumors say that the Adidas Yeezy 350 v2 Cream White will make a comeback! A major one! Not to say that they were limited in the first place, but the Cream Whites are now re-releasing in higher numbers. Much higher. And if the Yeezymafia were to be correct, millions of pairs of this shoe will release in September 2018. Now, regardless of what this may or may not do to the resale value of Yeezys, it’s good that everyone will get a chance at copping a pair for retail. Well, not too good for resellers of course.
Unless Kanye and Adidas schedule more drops in September and November, this month will carry the heaviest load. So far, 3 releases are set to drop in October. 2 of which are re-releases while the third will be a brand new Adidas Yeezy.
First, we have the re-release of the Adidas Yeezy 350 V2 Zebra. The initial release of this pair happened on February 25th, 2017. So far, the Zebras were limited enough to retain somewhat of a resale value. Now, after the re-release, we expect some sort of a sink of its resale value. But the important thing is, you get a second chance at copping this Yeezy at retail.
The second Yeezy to release in October will be the all-new Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Sesame. This colorway brings back memories from the good old days. Back when Yeezys were more valuable. When you could take 2 weeks off because you sold a pair of Adidas Yeezy Boost. Good days!
This pair along with the Cream Whites, 700 Ogs, and both Zebras and Yebras were delayed. The reason for this delay was the mass production of the Cream whites. Apparently, factories were not equipped to handle such quantities, which resulted in a delay for the whole season.
Then, we will also have a re-release. This time of the Adidas Yeezy Boost Semi Frozen Yellow. This pair which was once, the most limited V2 ever, will probably lose its title. Unless only a few pairs are dropping this time too.
Keep in mind that the order of these releases is still unclear and is “Subject to Change”.
November is the month of bulky Adidas Yeezy silhouettes. Both sneakers dropping that month are new colorways of designs we’ve seen before. We will have the Adidas Yeezy 500 Salt, and the Yeezy 700 Mauve.
Hopes for the Yeezy Salt to make a profit are not high. As we’ve seen with previous colorways, the average resale value doesn’t go above $230. However, the other Yeezy dropping in November is gonna be different.
The Adidas Yeezy 700 already costs more at retail, $300. So it’s only logical that it sells for more. But maybe the colorway, the whole futuristic silhouette, and the BOOST material make it more worthy than the 500s. You can sell the OG Waverunners for over $500. And the new Mauve colorway will probably make you more.
For now, we only have one release scheduled in December. But what a release that is! The all-new Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Static is going to end 2018 in real dope style. Replacing the stripe with the SPLY-350 branding for a see-through panel was a great change. One everyone was waiting for. While the silhouette is still the same, the primeknit uppers come dressed in white with light grey striped detailing throughout.
First look at the YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 in Static
Releasing in December
Thoughts on the update ? pic.twitter.com/0aYeZRbOvA
— YEEZY MAFIA (@theyeezymafia) August 4, 2018
And though this is the only confirmed Adidas Yeezy release in December, there’s still room for more. With Kanye sharing a sketch of 7 new Yeezys he’s planning on creating, it’s not a gamble to bet he could pull off some new Yeezys before 2018 ends. Or so we hope! And maybe, just maybe December 2018 would be the month that brings the hype back to this whole line of sneakers.
adding basketball pic.twitter.com/S61SkXdY7A
— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) July 27, 2018
And if not, we got some other sneakers to worry about. The last 2 pairs of the Adidas Dragon Ball Z collection will drop in December. The mighty dragons, Shenlong and Super Shenlong will come face to face in a final battle to wrap this drop up. Then, Winter will come, along with the Adidas Game of Thrones sneakers. And we just can’t wait!