Here’s the thing about copping sneakers online: Size matters. It really does! Especially if you’re copping for yourself. And especially if it’s a Yeezy! You don’t want to go through the entire copping process and end up with a wrong-sized Yeezy that won’t fit. This ain’t no Cinderella story. You need a Yeezy size guide answering the question: how do Yeezys fit?
Copping sneakers take lots of sneaker bot power and cash. Even if you manage to find a cheap Yeezy; if it isn’t your size, it still feels like copping an L. But, on the bright side, you could always flip the sneaker and get your cashback. This is why if you’re a sneaker reseller, size won’t matter much to you. But for us sneakerheads copping to flex, that’s another story.
So, do Yeezys run small? Do they run big? True to size? Will I have to lace them tighter? We’re here with the answers. The days of copping the wrong-sized sneakers are over! Of course, there are always ways to stretch shoes a bit, but you might not have to! Now you’ll have the greatest Yeezy size guide for the perfect fit every time you cop.
More Sneaker Size Guides:
– Nike Cortez Size Guide
– Air Jordan Size Guide
– Air Force 1 Size Guide
– Nike Dunks Size Guide
– New Balance Size Guide
– Nike Air Max Size Guide
– How to Measure Your Shoes
– And, How to Stretch Shoes – just in case!
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- AIO Bot Blog
- How To Pick The Perfect Yeezy Size 350?
- What About The Yeezy Size Fit Of A 380?
- What About Them 450s?
- Moving On To The Yeezy 500 Size Guide!
- The 700s Yeezy Size Hacks
- Rich Mom YZY 750s!
- The First Adidas Yeezy Clog!
- Basketball Sneakers QUANTUM!
- Yeezy Slides Are Totally A Thing
WAIT! Before You Choose Your Yeezy Size!
So, before you start measuring your foot size and comparing molds, you need to have a Yeezy in mind. In other words, you have to cop a Yeezy.
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Yeezy 350s Fit True to Size for a V1, Half a Size Up for a V2!
Yeezy silhouette is the Yeezy 350 sneaker with over 30 releases and more to come. It’s the sneaker we try to cop at every single drop and can’t ever have enough of. It’s also a really good sneaker to flip for a lot of cash, especially if it’s a regional drop.
Oh! Speaking of regional drops, here’s how to cop Yeezys from overseas. Very nifty guide! BUT, flexing a 350 feels even better than making an extra $100 or $200. That’s why it has to be the perfect fit. You can’t flex an oversized 350.
So, what to do?
If you’re copping a V1 off the after-market, we’d suggest you go true to your size.
That’s because the PrimeKnit on the V1 sneakers is much softer than the other 350s. This means they take the shape of your foot comfortably. You could also size down half a size if you like a more snug fit. Also, this way it won’t loosen up as much after wearing it for long.
The V2, on the other hand, has thicker PrimeKnit and Boost soles. We suggest that you size up half a size for a more comfortable fit. Them 350 sneakers don’t look good when they’re too tight.
You could always opt for your actual size and remove the insoles if they’re a little tight. But like, why would you do that? Don’t mess with it. Keep’ em clean! Wanna know how? Here’s our ultimate guide on cleaning Yeezy Boosts.
Yeezy 380s Fit True to Size!
The Yeezy 380: the sneaker that was supposed to be the first 350 V3 in Alien. Why? Because they look almost exactly the same. The same silhouette but the 380 has more of a sock-like fit with the collar higher up the ankle.
The sneaker itself has a more futuristic look to it. It doesn’t exactly look like your everyday sneaker. So, Yeezy size-wise we’d suggest the same thing as the 350.
You could go true to your size, or choose to size up half a size because the sock-liner might be a little too tight. But, if losing blood circulation to your feet is your thing; we won’t judge. We’re kidding, it’s not that tight. Listen to your feet, man. Especially if you got a cankle situation going on. Ya hear, Kim K?
Yeezy 450s Fit Half a Size Up
2021’s Yeezy 450s are one of those sneakers that are very comfortable, but take a bit of getting used to. They’re not your conventional sneaker! They’re one of those weird silhouettes, like the Foam Runners, that is a bit shocking at first. But, after some time, they just grow on you!
What about the Yeezy fit? Generally speaking, a half-size-up would be the perfect fit for you! But, if you are a person who has wider feet, then you might need a whole size up! Yes, a whole size. Trust us on this. The insides of the 450 could be a little smaller than you’d think, especially with the chunky midsole. Also, the knit uppers on the Yeezy 450 do fit a bit snug around your feet.
Yeezy 500s Fit Half-Size Up!
The infamous dad shoes got us in our feels. The Yeezy 500 dropped in 2018 and the sneaker trend has been going strong ever since. But it’s a whole different silhouette, a whole other feel to it. It’s a chunky-ass sneaker. She thiccc!
And, when a sneaker is generally that big, you gotta take away from something else. This is why the fit of a 500 is kinda small. In this case, we definitely suggest that you size up half a size for that perfect fit. Better safe than sore toes. Right?
The AdiPRENE sole makes for a very comfortable sneaker, so they’ll be a pretty comfy choice for long days. But, make sure you always pick half a size more than what you usually wear for a better fit.
Half Size Up for Yeezy 700 V1, True to Size for 700 V2, and Full Size Up for 700 V3!
Another dad shoe courtesy of Kanye West.
It’s got a chunky midsole with much less flexibility than other Yeezys. So, it’s a very hard sneaker, in essence. But, if you take a closer look at a Yeezy 700, you’d notice that it has a short toe box area and doesn’t have much space to it. So your piggies might be a little crowded. Therefore, we suggest you half-size up for a 700 V1!
As for the V2, it has more padding and underlining material. This might make it a bit more snug on the inside. It seems that using more Primeknit across the uppers resulted in a much looser fit. Making it less risky to actually go for your true shoe size when buying a Yeezy 700 V2.
Now, comparing the Yeezy 700 V3 to the first 2 versions, it’s very clear that Kanye’s taken a whole different approach when designing this silhouette. In fact, the Yeezy 700 V3 dropped during the times when Kanye had this short-live space fetish resulting in what we know as the Yeezy 380 Alien. BUT, everyone knows they fit small. We suggest a half to a full size up if you have wide feet.
Yeezy 750s Fit a Size Down
Yeezy 750s – the legendary Yeezy Boots – are the boots of our dreams! Of course, if you need this size guide, this means you HAVE a 750. Do we envy you? Yes… Yes, we do. It is one of the most expensive Yeezys to date. We haven’t seen a 750 since 2019’s Yeezy Day. THIS YEAR’S Yeezy Day does not promise a 750. BUT, just in case, get a whole size down for a better fit of Yeezy 750. Either way, the 750s don’t cater for half sizes – strange.
Half Size up for Yeezy Foam Runner
Also known as the Yeezy clog that values way too high on the aftermarket than it’s worth. Which, come to think about it, is also the common opinion about its retail cost. It sells for $75 and is made in the US with, as Adidas Yeezy claims algae foam.
Although, unlike usual Yeezy models, the Yeezy Foam Runner is one of the most popular and comfortable footwear options in the industry. And, similarly to other Yeezy models, it is recommended that you aim for half a size up. TTS might be a bit too stuffy! Since the uppers are more rubber-ish and not as flexible as Primeknit so probably won’t stretch out.
True to Size Yeezy Quantum Size
Let’s set the record straight. None of the newer Yeezy QNTMs stand up to the OG basketball pair. But, it’s worth knowing your QNTM size for future sneaker releases. Or, in case, you’re buying this Yeezy on resale.
For the Yeezy Quantum, you’ll want to go TTS. Although you must know that TTS might cause a subtle pressing feeling in the toe area. It’s snug and delivers a locked-in feel – which most people tend to like.
However, it’s always an option to go for half a size up. That way your toes will have more room to unwind, but you might need to wear a thicker pair of socks with these to ensure you’re totally locked in.
Half Size up for Yeezy Slide
So, Yeezy Slides: it’s gotten to this. Although the wildly overrated rubber slipper technically has no Yeezy branding on it, it’s still an Adidas Yeezy product.
With the Three Stripes engraved into it as the only proof of legitimacy. Retailing for $55 as the cheapest Adidas Yeezy slip-on, you’ll want to aim for half a size up. The upper is more firm than bendy, so going TTS might cause a pressing feeling. Some reviews even encourage you to go a full size up if you’ve got above average wide feet.
Listen to your feet, bro! If you got wide feet, size up for the sneakers we suggested needed a little extra room! If not, then stick to your true size. That’s everything you’re going to need the next time you cop a Yeezy! THAT, and a sneaker bot. Ya know, just sayin’.