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Kanye West says Yeezy Sneakers will be more available

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  • March 21, 2016

Kanye West took the world by storm over the past few months by releasing his Season 3 shoe and clothing line along with his brand new album, titled The Life of Pablo. As the new clothing and sneaker line continues to gain popularity in all corners of the media world, sneakerheads and Kanye fans are wondering when the new Yeezys will come out, and if they will even have a chance to grab a pair of the highly coveted Yeezy Boosts. According to Kanye, the previously highly exclusive Yeezy Sneakers may be on their way to becoming more available for the general public.


In the past, the sneaker releases for Kanye shoes have been very limited. Besides Kanye getting his family all their own pairs of the sneakers, the general public often has to settle with paying re-sellers hundreds of dollars above the face value to have a legitimate shot at getting the sneakers.

If you want to acquire the shoes for face value, getting the shoes has been a process of camping out overnight at a store, or getting on your computer right when the shoes release in hopes of somehow being one of the few that gets through the system and secures a pair. This has been true since Kanye was with Nike, and stayed true when he came to Adidas, despite claims from West himself that he would make his clothing cheaper and more available to everyone who wanted it with his new brand.

Kanye’s vision has always been to make things more readily available for the common person, and it looks like that has not changed. But this time, Kanye has solid proof that you will have a better shot at getting his sneakers. Kanye Tweeted recently that Adidas is “making a million Yeezys this year, opening up new factories.” This is great news for some sneakerheads, but at the same time, it makes some upset.

On one hand, this makes it easier to grab the Yeezys, but it also takes away from the exclusivity for those that do have the shoes or will get the shoes. Right now, the club that has obtained Yeezys is a very exclusive one, and that’s what is so special about it. This is great news for those that have been attempting and failing to get Yeezys for some time now, but not so great news for sneakerheads who want to keep the culture of hustling for sneakers going.

For Kanye though, he’s more about the style, he doesn’t care if it’s exclusive. In fact, part of his issue when he was with Nike was that they wanted it to be completely exclusive, and that was a downfall of their partnership.

The new factories being opened in order to put out more Yeezys this year has not been confirmed by Adidas, but there’s reason to believe Kanye is telling the truth, as Adidas needs to prepare to put out all of Kanye’s Season 3 shoes as well as his upcoming Season 4. Kanye is serious about his shoes, and has shown in the past that if his supplier is not living up to his expectations, he will take his business elsewhere.

So what does this mean for those of us looking to purchase the new Yeezy Boosts online? It means that it’s going to get a heck of a lot easier to get a pair without getting a “sold out” message after 10 seconds, but it’s still going to be hard. No matter how many factories Adidas opens, there’s a seemingly infinite line of people waiting to get their hands on these sneakers. The higher supply helps, but it doesn’t fix the issue of needing some way to guarantee a pair of shoes.

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