Ultimate Yeezy History Guide – Everything You Ever Wanted to know

By September 5, 2017 January 24th, 2021 Sneakers, Yeezy

High-tops, low-tops, reflective, matt, and Dad-shoes, there isn’t a style nor a colorway that Yeezy sneakers haven’t experimented with. And this versatility is exactly why Yeezy Boost’s history is a very long, rich, and unique one in the sneaker game. So, if you’re willing to go all-in, you gotta know every Nike and Adidas Yeezy Boost that’s ever been released. And this guide sums up everything you need, to get off on the right foot. Also interested in knowing EVERYTHING there is to know about the sneaker industry? Click here to learn about its biggest pillars.

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The Backstory

So, you guys want to know everything there is to know about Yeezys? Great. If you consider yourself to be a sneakerhead, Yeezys are a worthwhile investment to add to your collection. First things first, let’s take a look at the four magical Yeezy flavors: Yeezy Boost 350, Yeezy Boost 350 v2, Yeezy Boost 750, and Yeezy Boost 950. The differences in each model are unique. The main thing to remember is the rarer the Yeezy, the higher the value.

Kanye West has introduced us to a world where running shoes make big bold fashion statements. Prime examples would be the Yeezy Boost 350 and  350 v2 models. These sneakers were designed to be daily running shoes. But instead, they belong to the high-end fashion footwear category. And while the concept of Athleisure has been around for some time now, it’s sneakers like Yeezys that have given it the biggest boost.

Yeezy complete guideKanye West

The man doesn’t call himself the Louis Vuitton Don for nothing. Before his foray with Nike and way before his successful collab with Adidas, Kanye West joined forces with fashion titan Louis Vuitton. During “Post Graduation” (Yeezy’s third album), Kanye signed a deal with Louis Vuitton. To release a line of shoes that were a huge hit. Fashion enthusiasts and fans worldwide accepted sneakers as a piece of fashion history. They retailed at just below $1,000 and now hold a resale value ranging from $4,000 to over $10,000.

Back in 2013, Kanye West severed ties with Nike in favor of a $10 million deal with Adidas. In return for signing, Adidas offered Kanye West full creative control over the direction of Yeezy sneakers and a percentage of all royalties. In an interview, Kanye said:

“I. Am. Warhol. I am the number one most impactful artist of our generation, in the flesh. I am Shakespeare, Walt Disney. Nike. Google.”

Taking such a formidable stance is no small feat. And thus far Mr. West has made good on his claim. Being a fashion designer has always been a dream of Kanye’s. And it’s a dream he’s living now with his Yeezy fashion line. He is well-versed in the arts and has a passion for designing clothes. Even before he began his ambitious journey to become a rapper and producer, he wanted to design clothes. As a starving artist, he would blow entire paychecks on Pelle Pelle jackets and Polo shirts. He has worked hard to enter the world of fashion. And continues to make waves.

Intro to Yeezys

The Adidas Yeezy Boost was introduced in 2015 and hasn’t stopped selling since. These sneakers have become been so popular that new drops typically sell out in under a minute. The Adidas Yeezy shoes come in 4 styles: the Yeezy Boost 750, Yeezy Boost 350, Yeezy Boost 350 v2, and the Yeezy Boost 950. And at the end of 2017, the Yeezy 700 saw the day of light. The Yeezy Boost 750 was the first Yeezy to ever drop from Adidas. And was proudly inspired by an Australian shoe design. Kanye West had hopes of creating the sneakers of the future. And referred to himself as “the most influential person in footwear.” They were modeled after Uggs and styled for Marty McFly. With a style like that, it looks like the future is going to be pretty dope.

Yeezys are among the most hype sneakers released across the world. People stay up all night on their computers and camp out in front of sneaker stores like zombies. And the craze keeps getting wilder. The trend began in February 2015 when the first YeezyBoost 750 was released. Kim Kardashian tweeted about their success. And Kanye made history by basically breaking the internet.

Yeezy History List

Nike Air Yeezy 

Yeezy Boost 350 V1 

  • Turtle Dove
  • Pirate Black (1.0 & 2.0)
  • Moonrock
  • Oxford Tan

Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 

    • Beluga
    • Black Red
    • Black Copper
    • Green
    • Black/White
    • Bred
    • Zebra
    • Cream White
    • Beluga 2.0
    • Blue Tint
    • Semi Frozen Yellow
    • Butter
    • Sesame
    • Static Reflective
    • Static
    • Hyperspace
    • True Form
    • Clay
    • Glow
    • Black Reflective
    • Triple Black
    • Synth Reflective
    • Antlia Reflective
    • Synth
    • Antlia
    • Lundmark Reflective
    • Lundmark
    • Cloud White Reflective
    • Cloud White
    • Citrin Reflective
    • Citrin
    • Yeezreel Reflective
    • Yeezreel
    • Yecheil Reflective
    • Yecheil
    • Yeshaya Reflective
    • Yeshaya
    • Marsh
    • Flax
    • Tail Light
    • Earth
    • Desert Sage
    • Cinder
    • Cinder Reflective
    • Linen
    • Sulfur
    • Zyon
    • Israfil
    • Carbon
    • Natural

Adidas Yeezy Boost 380

  • Alien
  • Mist
  • Mist Reflective
  • Blue Oat Reflective
  • Blue Oat
  • Pepper
  • Peer Reflective
  • Calcite Glow

Adidas Yeezy 500

  • Blush
  • Super Moon Yellow
  • Shadow Black
  • Utility Black
  • Salt
  • Bone White
  • Soft Vision
  • Stone
  • Slate
  • High Tyrian

Adidas Yeezy Boost 700

  • Wave Runner
  • Mauve
  • Salt
  • Inertia
  • Analog
  • Utility Black
  • Magnet
  • Teal Blue
  • Carbon Blue
  • MNVN Triple Black
  • MNVN Orange
  • Yeezy 700 MNVN Phosphor
  • Yeezy 700 MNVN Bone

Adidas Yeezy Boost 700 V2 

  • Static
  • Geode
  • Vanta
  • Tephra
  • Inertia
  • Hospital Blue

Adidas Yeezy 700 V3

  • Azael
  • Alvah
  • Arzareth
  • Safflower

Adidas Yeezy Boost 750 

  • Grey/White
  • Triple Black
  • Grey/Gum
  • Brown/Gum (Chocolate)

Adidas Yeezy Boost 950 Duck Boot 

  • Chocolate
  • Pirate Black
  • Moonrock
  • Peyote


Zen Grey

The Nike Air Yeezy Zen Grey (2009) was the first sneaker that was made by Nike specifically for non-athletes. There’s a lot of detail in these kicks. If you look hard enough. It has rigid Y’s covering

Nike Yeezy Zen Grey

the strap and toe box. Furthermore, they feature Air Jordan 3 midsoles, ‘Y’ lace locks. And green glow in the dark soles. The Yeezy Zen Gray is pretty rare nowadays. There were only 3,000 pairs released worldwide in April 2009.

Retail price: $215
Average resale price: $3,000
StockX price: $2,300
Flight Club price: $3,000
GOAT price:

Design: Minimal design emphasizing balance and subtlety. Gray tones vary throughout the shoe to create a light gradient.
Future Value: The greys tend to fly below the radar of most sneakerheads. These could maintain their value or increase at a steady rate of 1.27% per year.


The Yeezy Black/Pink was one of the most highly anticipated releases of 2012. Yeezy himself wore these kicks during his “Watch the Throne” tour which only helped to boost the buzz surrounding

Nike Yeezy Black

these sneakers. The Black/Pink colorway was a fresh new look that had everyone excited in 2012.

Retail price: $215
Average resale price: $3,000
StockX price: $4,250
Flight Club price: $3,000
GOAT price:

Design: Suede upper with accented black patent leather stripe. The pink inside is vibrant and gives the shoe plenty of personality.
Future Value: As one of the hottest shoes to drop from Nike and Kanye the “Blink” Air Yeezys could continue to show strong price growth.


The Nike Air Yeezy Net/Tan was only limited to two sizes (11 and 12). These kicks sported a tan upper, grey toe area, taupe strap (this was the only colorway that sported a smooth strap that was

Nike Air Tan

non-texture), and finally a glow-in-the-dark outsole.

Retail price: $215
Average resale price: $3,000
StockX price: $2,315
Flight Club price: $2,750
GOAT price:

Design: Breathable toebox and leather upper, suede accent on the toe. The body is a smooth tan with cool pink insides.
Future Value: The minimal design of the Net/Tan has gained more attention than the Zen Greys and we can expect this sneaker to gain more attention as Kanye rises in fame.

Air Yeezy II (2012-2014)

Black/Solar Red

Nike Yeezy Solar Red

The Nike Air Yeezy II Black/Solar Red was one of the most highly-anticipated drops of its time and was extremely limited from the moment it was released. The Yeezy II Black/Solar Red featured a contrasting Solar Red inner liner, tonal branding, and a glow-in-the-dark outsole.

Retail price: $245
Average resale price: $5,000
StockX price: $4,750
Flight Club price: $5,000
GOAT price:

Design: The first release of Kanye West’s revisioned Air Yeezy featured an aquatic inspiration. Side panels layered with fish-scale and fins on the heel make this shoe truly unique.
Future Value: The innovation that went into this design make it inspirational. The Air Yeezy II is legendary and will continue to grow in popularity.

Pure Platinum

Pure platinum

The most prominent difference between The Yeezy II Pure Platinum and the original Yeezys are the hard ridges that run along the back of the shoe. There’s also a bit of an ancient Egyptian vibe.

With the logo resembling that of the mythical God Horus. The Yeezy II Pure Platinum is made up of suede, snakeskin leather, and nylon mesh. While the tongue is comprised of performance torch fabric. And we surely can’t forget about the glow in the dark soles.

Retail price: $245
Average resale price: $3,750
StockX price: $3,215
Flight Club price: $3,750
GOAT price:

Design: After South Park called Kanye a “gay fish” he took the idea and ran. His pure platinum Air YeezyII takes fish inspiration to the next level. The scales are a prominent part of the side panels. And the fins glow in the dark. The man is a genius.
Future Value: After the South Park controversy and Kanye referring to himself as a genius, these sneakers went viral. We can expect them to continue to earn collectors a modest return.

Red October

Red OctoberThe Nike Air Yeezy II Red October was one of the most hyped sneakers in Yeezy history. People went wild when pictures began to surface on the internet. Its late release date after several months led to a buying frenzy when these kicks finally dropped. The Nike Air Yeezy II Red October sported a monochrome style of red. Which blended well with the gold aglets on the laces.

Retail price: $245
Average resale price: $7,500
StockX price: $4,500
Flight Club price: $7,500
GOAT price:

Design: The fins were maintained on the heel, but the scales were replaced with ridges. The bright red is BOLD and the gold lace-tips are on point.
Future Value: The Red Octobers were the cause of much uproar and controversy. Nike repeatedly pushed the release date back and in the end drove sales and hype sky-high. It is rumored that Nike’s delay in releasing the Red Octobers was a cause of Kanye West ending their partnership. Nevertheless, they are a part of Kanye’s legacy as a designer and stand as a staple in the Yeezy roster.


Boost 750 Grey/White

The Adidas YeezyBoost 750 Grey/White is a mid-top sneaker that was designed by Yeezy himself. When they first released in February 2015, they retailed at a staggering $350.

Yeezy 750 Grey White

Retail price: $350
Average resale price: $2,200
StockX price: $2,300
Flight Club price: $2,200
GOAT price:

Design: Mid-top suede sneaker with rubber sole. The space-age design and futuristic influence make this sneaker stand out anywhere.
Future Value: The first sneaker to drop from Kanye West and Adidas. His inspiration came from Marty McFly and Uggs. The YeezyBoost 750 is a definitive look into the future of sneaker fashion.

Boost 750 Triple Black

With a black, on black, on black colorway the Adidas YeezyBoost 750 Triple Black was a big hit. From the premium suede uppers to the laces to the outer-sole the YeezyBoost 750 Triple Black

750 Triple black

exudes a straight-up cool and mysterious vibe.

Retail price: $350
Average resale price: $1,125
StockX price: $945
Flight Club price: $1,125
GOAT price:

Design: Triple black suede shoe. Mid-top height with a single strap across the toe and rubber sole. The triple black Yeezy Boost 750 sneakers are another low-key sneaker. The only defining feature is the glow-in-the-dark sole. At night, these kicks give off a fluorescent green glow.
Future Value: These stealthy sneakers have crept up the charts unnoticed but their elegant design is what gives them their appeal. We can expect these to rise to at least $1,500 by early 2018.

Boost 750 Grey/Gum

The Adidas Yeezy Boost 750 Grey/Gum can be quite the sight to behold. Especially when the lights are out! With light grey suede uppers, zippers along the ankle, a perforated toe box, and a mid-

750 Grey Gum

foot strap, Yeezy fans were quite eager to add the YeezyBoost 750 Grey/Gum to their collection.

Retail price: $350
Average resale price: $1,100
StockX price: $1,050
Flight Club price: $1,125
GOAT price:

Design: Grey suede upper with a gum sole. The sole glows in the dark and gives the shoe an extra sense of futurism.
Future Value: These are the poster child of glow-in-the-dark Yeezys. The Grey YeezyBoost 750s can be expected to double in value as the years pass.

Boost 750 Brown/Gum (Chocolate)

The Adidas YeezyBoost 750 Brown/Gum (Chocolate) is very similar in design to its cousin the YeezyBoost 750 Grey/Gum. This variation, however, comes in a yummy chocolate brown. Just like its

750 Chocolate Brown

cousin, the YeezyBoost 750 “Chocolate” features a mid-foot strap, perforated toe box, and zippers along the ankle. Along with glow-in-the-dark gum rubber outsoles.

Retail price: $350
Average resale price: $1,250
StockX price: $740
Flight Club price: $1,250
GOAT price:

Design: Chocolate brown suede upper with a glow-in-the-dark gum sole.
Future Value: The Chocolate Yeezy Boost 750 can expect a steady rise in value to reach a price of $1,500 by early 2018.


Turtle Doveadidas Yeezy Boost 350 Turtle Dove

Retail price: $200
Average resale price: $2,300
StockX price: $2,100
Flight Club price: $2,300
GOAT price:

Design: The YeezyBoost 350 hit the market and made a splash. None more than the infamous Turtle Dove Yeezy Boost 350. Adidas patented Primeknit material woven into intricate patterns of off-white and dark blue. With the unique heel tab and rubber sole. Minimal laces make the sneaker fit snuggly on any foot. These are the perfect running shoe or fashion statement.
Future Value: The Turtle Dove YeezyBoost 350 is a rarity amongst the sneaker community. It’s like the legendary Ark of the Covenant. If you get your hands on a pair of these, make sure to hold on tight. The value rises at least 1.5% yearly.

Pirate Black (1.0 & 2.0)adidas Yeezy Boost 350 Pirate Black

The name “Pirate Black” is very fitting for this shoe. After all, there are so many counterfeit copies out there that it can be hard to tell the difference between a legit and fake pair. Unless you know what to look for. These kicks are dressed up in a black Primeknit upper. With the rest of the shoe sharing a similar colorway. The only contrast is the red stretch detailing on the heel tab. There are very subtle differences between the first release of the YeezyBoost 350 Pirate Black (1.0 2015) and the re-release 2.0 2016 versions.

Retail price: $200
Average resale price: $1,750
StockX price: $2,307
Flight Club price: $1,500
GOAT price:

Design: One of the few YeezyBoost 350s to be released multiple times. The Pirate Black YeezyBoost 350 has a black/dark grey Primeknit upper. With a red dotted accent on the heel tab. The original release and re-release of the Pirate Black YeezyBoost  350 are identical in color and construction.
Future Value: The Pirate Black YeezyBoost 350 is a hot commodity. Expect the value to remain above $2,000 well into 2018 and beyond.

Moonrockadidas Yeezy Boost 350 Moonrock

The tonal grey Adidas Yeezy 350 “Moonrock” is a collaborative sneaker that features a mix of moon rock and agate grey throughout the Primeknit and boost sole. They hit shelves in November 2015.

Retail price: $200
Average resale price: $1,750
StockX price: $1,600
Flight Club price: $1,750
GOAT price:

Design: The first tonal release in the line of YeezyBoost 350. The Moonrock YeezyBoost 350 is popular for its ability to transcend outfit limitations. They go well with practically anything.
Future Value: The Moonrock YeezyBoost 350 can be found at prices between $1,100 and $1,500 if you catch a deal during the holidays. Keep your eyes peeled and you’re guaranteed to make at least $150-$200 on your investment.

Oxford Tan adidas Yeezy Boost 350 Oxford Tan

The YeezyBoost 350 Oxford Tan is the fourth colorway to join Kanye West’s, Yeezy Line. This light-colored sneaker features a PrimeKnit upper that sports an Oxford tan and light stone colorway with a matching boost sole.

Retail price: $200
Average resale price: $1,200
StockX price: $1,100
Flight Club price: $1,500
GOAT price:

Design: The second successful tonal colorway in the YeezyBoost 350 line. The Oxford tan YeezyBoost 350 caught the internet’s eye after being revealed during Yeezy Season 2. The Primeknit upper is a light beige and the rubber sole matches the overall tone. The heel tab and laces are a slightly lighter beige than the sneaker’s body.
Future Value: These Yeezy Boost 350 were made more available than previous releases so they will be easier to find than others. The Oxford Tan Yeezy Boost 350 can expect to hold a value of $1,100 into 2018 and raise $100 every year thereafter.


Belugaadidas Yeezy Boost 350 v2 Beluga

The Adidas YeezyBoost 350 V2 Beluga sports a unique look. It features a PrimeKnit upper that sports a healthy mixture of steel grey and beluga with a matching grey Boost sole. On the side, you’ll find a solar red stripe that reads ”350 SPLY”.

Retail price: $220
Average resale price: $1,000
StockX price: $901
Flight Club price: $1,250
GOAT price:

Design: When Kanye West announced he would be revamping the design of YeezyBoost 350 the internet responding by flooding Twitter and forums with speculation. During Yeezy Season 3 he debuted some brand-new colorways for the popular sneaker and got some favorable feedback. The first in line was the YeezyBoost 350 v2 “Beluga.” The heel tab was removed and a new structure was introduced. The most noticeable change was the addition of the SPLY-350 stripe emblazoned on the side.
Future Value: The Beluga Yeezy Boost 350 v2 is a tough match for most outfits because of its odd coloring. This pair of Yeezys is best reserved for Kanye fans and hardcore sneakerheads. Expect it to remain in the $1,000 range.

Redadidas Yeezy Boost 350 v2 Red

The Adidas YeezyBoost 350 v2 Red sports a Black Primeknit upper with a Bright Red stripe on the side that reads “SPLY-350”. You’ll find additional hits of bright red throughout the PrimeKnit upper. The look is completed with a black Boost midsole and black rubber outsole.

Retail price: $220
Average resale price: $1,250
StockX price: $900
Flight Club price: $1,250
GOAT price:

Design: The black body with bright red SPLY-350 stripe make this Yeezy a tad more desirable than the rest. Who doesn’t like a fresh ass red and black pair of sneakers?
Future Value: The black and red Yeezy Boost 350 v2 was released in larger quantities to compensate for high demand. While hotter than previous pairs, there are more in existence. This pair of Yeezys can be expected to maintain a floor price of $900 and rise to $1,300 in 2018.

Copperadidas Yeezy Boost 350 v2 Copper

The Adidas YeezyBoost 350 v2 Copper features a black Primeknit upper, but this time with a copper-colored stripe on the side that reads “SPLY-350”. Hits of copper can be found throughout the Primeknit upper. The sneaker is rounded out with a black midsole and black rubber outsole.

Retail price: $220
Average resale price: $800
StockX price: $605
Flight Club price: $800
GOAT price:

Design: The Copper YeezyBoost 350 v2 has the SPLY-350 stripe in a coppery-brown color on top of the black Primeknit body.
Future Value: The Copper Yeezyboost 350 v2 is a unique color that sneaker connoisseurs love. These sneakers can yield a return of $150-$200 if you buy them at the right price.

Greenadidas Yeezy Boost 350 v2 Green

The Green Yeezy Boost 350 v2 is another popular Yeezy. They were released in a wide run to accomplish Kanye’s goal of everyone being able to cop a pair of Yeezy’s. One of the more reasonably priced pairs in the aftermarket, you can expect them to remain in the $700 range.

Retail price: $220
Average resale price: $750
StockX price: $702
Flight Club price: $700
GOAT price:

Design: The SPLY-350 stripe is a light forest-green color and the Primeknit body is black. These Yeezys are great for late summer and early fall colors.
Future Value: The Green Yeezyboost 350 v2 is another popular Yeezy. They were released in a wide run to accomplish Kanye’s goal of everyone being able to cop a pair of Yeezys. One of the more reasonably priced pairs in the aftermarket, you can expect them to remain in the $700 range.

Black/White adidas Yeezy Boost 350 v2 Black White

The madness continues with the YeezyBoost 350 v2 Black/White. Keeping with the theme of black-based shoes, the YeezyBoost 350 v2 Black/White features a core black Primeknit upper, supported by subtle white accents and a white stripe that reads “SPLY 350”.

Retail price: $220
Average resale price: $900
StockX price: $800
Flight Club price: $900
GOAT price:

Design: The black Primeknit body is spotted with white and the SPLY-350 logo is a solid white stripe. This pair of YeezyBoost 350 v2 has been nicknamed “Oreos” for obvious reasons. Pair them with a milk-white outfit and consider yourself dope.
Future Value: The White and Black/Oreo YeezyBoost 350 v2 is a pretty interesting model. The basic colorway makes it easy to match with anything in your wardrobe yet some call it “boring.” We assure you, nothing is boring about the price. At the time of this writing, you can find this Yeezyboost 350 v2 on sale at StockX for $700 and make a quick sale for $900.

350 Bred


The Adidas Black/Red makes its grand appearance in 2017. These second-generation sneakers bear a striking resemblance to the “Pirate Black” colorway that preceded it. The YeezyBoost 350 v2 Core Black/Red features a PrimeKnit upper and a red SPLY 350 accent. A black Boost sole completes the look.

Retail price: $220
Average resale price: $900
StockX price: $950
Flight Club price: $800
GOAT price:

Design: The almighty Breds! The black and red Yeezy Boost 350 v2 came back with the heel tab we know and love. Fans of Yeezys were ecstatic about this renewal in the line of Yeezy Boost 350 v2. The entire body and rubber sole are black. The SPLY-350 logo is printed in bright red font. The Primeknit has been perfected and the Boost sole is soft as a cushion.
Future Value: The Bred Yeezy Boost 350 v2 is one of the most popular pairs in existence. Expect this pair of Yeezys to hold a strong value of $1,000 and fetch a return of at least $200 if you find a good deal.

Zebra (1.0 & 2.0)350 Zebra

The Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 v2 Zebra is the second 350 release of 2017. These sneakers feature a white and core black Primeknit upper with a red SPLY 350 accent. A translucent white midsole that features full-length Boost rounds the sneaker out. The first release was very limited (1.0) followed by a second release later on in the year (2.0).

Retail price: $220
Average resale price: $700
StockX price: $786
Flight Club price: $700
GOAT price:

Design: The Zebra YeezyBoost 350 v2 is possibly the most unique Yeezy in existence. The Zebra stripe Primeknit is an innovative design by Kanye
West we haven’t seen present in other Yeezys. The SPLY-350 is printed in bright red font. To give us some eye candy. Possibly the coolest design feature implemented, the Zebra Yeezy Boost 350 v2 glow. When placed under a UV light!
Future Value: This is an internet favorite. It’s also one of the few Yeezys to have been released twice. The Zebra YeezyBoost 350 v2 is a bargain at $700. We can expect this sneaker to skyrocket in value by 2018. And nearly triple by 2019.

Cream White350 Cream White

This all-white offering should match perfectly with anyone’s wardrobe. As the name implies, this sneaker sports a creamy white Primeknit upper rounded by a white Boost sole. The  Cream White is a must-have. If you’re going for a fresh, clean look.

Retail price: $220
Average resale price: $720
StockX price: $607
Flight Club price: $550
GOAT price:

Design: The first all-white YeezyEver! The Cream White Yeezy Boost 350 v2 features an all-white Primeknite upper, sole, and heel tab. The SPLY-350 logo is present and blends in with the shoe. Like Yeezy Zebras, the Cream Whites glow under UV light.
Future Value: The Cream White Yeezy 350 v2 broke the internet. All pairs sold out in under a minute. And the hype is still alive today. Expect the value of these elegant sneakers to double by early 2018.



adidas Yeezy Boost 950 Chocolate

If you happen to find yourself fishing in the wilderness (or running away from zombies), the Duck Boot Chocolate is just for you. Features include metal eyelets, a mixed canvas, and a nubuck upper. As well as a large pull tab on the heel, suede accents on the eyestay, minimal tongue patch, and matching tonal laces. And a chocolate brown colorway completes the look.

Retail price: $585
Average resale price: $950
StockX price: $950
Flight Club price: $950
GOAT price:

Design: The Yeezy Duck Boots were designed with the apocalypse in mind. Ballistic mesh upper and suede around the laces with heavy mudguard rubber. The chocolate colorway is dark brown like a Hershey.
Future Value: These boots made for the apocalypse haven’t held much traction on the internet, but with the weight of the Yeezy name they have fetched a handsome sum for a choice of few collectors. Expect the price to remain steady.

Pirate Black

adidas Yeezy Boost 950 Pirate Black

If you’re going to run away from zombies, you might as well do it in the colorway of your choice. Besides, who doesn’t like black? As far as design is concerned, the Adidas Yeezy 950 Duck Boot Pirate Black matches its “chocolate” cousin in every way. These include metal eyelets, a mixed canvas and nubuck upper, a large pull tab on the heel, suede accents on the eyestay, minimal tongue patch, and matching tonal laces.

Retail price: $585
Average resale price: $950
StockX price: $550
Flight Club price: Out of stock
GOAT price:

Design: Ballistic mesh upper and waterproof rubber. The Duck Boots are designed to stand up to rain, sleet, or snow.
Future Value: Hailed as the most expensive Yeezy to ever come out of the Adidas x Kanye West collaboration, the Yeezy 950 is one of the rarest Yeezys out there. True collectors can expect this gem to hold its value in the future.


adidas Yeezy Boost 950 Moonrock

Kanye must have been to the moon and back. When he thought up this particular colorway. The Adidas YeezyBoost 950 Duck Boot Moonrock is yet another addition to the 950’s family with the same features.

Retail price: $585
Average resale price: $550
StockX price: $400
Flight Club price: Out of stock
GOAT price:

Design: All white ballistic upper made perfect for the winter. These 950 Duck Boots are designed to be the perfect addition to your winter wardrobe.
Future Value: Yeezy Boost 950 Moonrocks are experiencing a momentary dip in price and you know what that means: BUY! These are expected to skyrocket as Kanye West makes new deals and creates sneaker fashion history.


adidas Yeezy Boost 950 Peyote

The Adidas Yeezy 50 Duck Boot Peyote is the final addition to the 950’s family. Sporting a brownish color, desert terrain will never be an issue for you ever again.

Retail price: $585
Average resale price: $600
StockX price: $551
Flight Club price: Out of stock
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Design: The ballistic upper and mudproof rubber has been blasted a sand color. For when you need to trek through heated climates when the bomb drops. After the world ends, “it ain’t nothing but a gangster party.” Like Tupac said.
Future Value: Yeezy 950 Peyote have held their value at a steady rate since their release. For anyone wanting a good pair of fashionable boots that’ll last a lifetime, these are perfect.

General Yeezy

As hardcore Yeezy enthusiasts, we’ve followed every Yeezy Release since the beginning! However, we’ve always wondered what the phrase “SPLY” meant. Why did Kanye add it to his sneakers instead of his name or something else?

Believe it or not, the SPLY-350 has a very special meaning (according to internet legend). It stands for “Saint Pablo Loves You.” This makes sense considering Kanye’s clothing line features regular references to Pablo. Not to mention he just released an album with the title “The Life of Pablo”.

Now,  if you’re wondering how many Yeezys released to date, we estimate that roughly 280,000 pairs are in circulation. The YeezyBoosts usually release in runs of around 40,000 at a time (according to an interview with Kanye West). Multiply that by seven releases, and we can guess 280,000 pairs. When you take scarcity of prior releases into consideration and re-releases into account, we can easily round this number up to 300,000 pairs worldwide. No wonder these sneakers sell out in minutes!

Yeezy 2017 Follow up

Yeezy Yebra Beluga 2.0

Following the Yeezy Triple white release, Adidas and Kanye dropped 3 new 350 V2s (Beluga 2.0, Blue Tint, and Semi-frozen Yellow). They also introduced the now-iconic Yeezyboost 700. And the same way 2017 started great it ended with some of the most exclusive colorways we knew then. Not so much now though.

The most limited Yeezy 350 V2 “The Semi-Frozen Yellow” along with the Beluga 2.0 and then the Blue Tints added some major major bucks to sneakerheads’ bank accounts, At least those who copped. And the thing about these Yeezys is that they introduced some refreshing pops of colors we hadn’t seen before.

But all those 350 V2s honestly take away from the hype of any release. And that’s why the timing of the Waverunners was just perfect. Introducing a new Yeezy silhouette right when the people start feeling bored. However, The Waverunners being so big and bulky weren’t welcomed very warmly. Little did they know that their opinion wouldn’t stop Kanye from releasing a Sh!tload of 700 colorways later on.

The Disastrous 2018

Yeezy Butter Sesame

By the time 2017 was wrapping up, a new game-changing partnership was shaping up. The Nike x Off-white partnership kicked off in October 2017, taking most of the spotlight away from Yeezys. All in all, 2018 saw the release of 11 Yeezy pairs. 4 of which were Yeezy 500 colorways. The new Dad-shoes offered very little to sneakerheads. They got no Boost, no PrimeKnit. And no exclusivity. This led to the Yeezy 500 having little value on the aftermarket. In fact, the most valuable 500 colorway is the OG Blush. And still, it only makes about $150 in profit. 2018 also featured a couple of Yeezy 700 and a bunch of 350 V2s. With the lack of anything new and with the Off-white x Nike collab standing, the year was a Yeezy mess.

And it wasn’t until December that Adidas and Kanye gave sneakerheads what they were aching for the most. Valuable flippable Yeezys. December 2018 marked the debut of a very major Yeezy feature. On December 26th, 2018 the first Reflective Yeezys released. And managed to dig out the whole Adidas Yeezy line from the grave. And besides actually shining, the Statics featured a new semi-translucent side stripe. Which replaced the infamous SPLY-350 V2 branding.

Today, the Yeezy Static Reflective is selling for over $500. With the resale value ranging between $300 and a MAJOR $2000! Other than these reflectives, version 2 of the Yeezy 700 also appeared for the first time in December 2019.

2019, The Rise of Ye

The same way Yeezys ended 2018 big, they started 2019 on the right foot. However, they didn’t need new shoes this time. And what Adidas and Kanye did this year was genius! By taking the same old silhouette, ripping off the side branding, and adding shimmer. But the most creative part is the marketing of these new sneakers. Going from limited sneakers worldwide to very limited sneakers dropping regionally is a huge shift.

So far in 2019, 5 pairs of  350 V2 were regional drops. Releasing exclusively in certain areas in the world. And driving hype and resale prices up the sky! These were the Yeezy Hyperspace, Trueform, and Clay. In addition to the reflective and non-reflective versions of the Synth and Antlia. So, regional and reflective releases were Yeezys’ way out of the dead. Even when we’re only capable of getting 16 pairs of Yeezy 2s per year. So, 2019 was, without any doubt, the year of the 700s. With 7 pairs of 700 v1 and 5 pairs of 700 v2’s having released so far in 2019, you can surely find a colorway for you. And even buy them for retail on resale platforms. 2019 was also a family year. With most of the 350 v2s releasing in full family sizes for your little ones.

All in all, you have the option to choose from over 33 pairs of Yeezys that have so far dropped in 2019. And since not all Yeezys are equally hyped and valuable, we’ll be discussing how things went with the top 3 Yeezy drops this year.

Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Black

Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Black – Reflective

This was the first time we get a Black Yeezy 350 V2 in a long while. And the resale value shows how much sneakerheads were waiting for it. The Black v2s boasted the same features as the Statics introduced in December 2018. The same silhouette, the missing side words, and the translucent stripe. Of course, the biggest selling point is the reflective uppers. And to be honest it’s this feature in particular that hyped up the whole Yeezy line lately. These sneakers retailed for the ordinary $220 but are selling for an extraordinary average of over $1,400!

Adidas Yeezy Boost 380adidas-yeezy-boost-380-alien

This pair is yet to drop. Long overdue. But finally dropping soon. On November 16th, 2019 the industry will meet the highly-awaited Yeezy 380. Or Yeezyboost 350 v3. Although the 380s aren’t available yet, we can clearly see that this design will be cashing in some serious bucks for whoever cops. For now, we know of 2 colorways only: the Cream White and Black. The retail price will be $230. And the current average resale goes as high as $1400!

Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Synth – Reflectiveadidas-yeezy-boost-350-v2-synth-reflective-

Another reflective makes it to this list. So why aren’t we surprised? The Synth, however, is almost the complete opposite of the black reflectives, featuring earthy-toned uppers with a hint of pink.  This colorway feels more in line and coherent with Kanye’s sense of fashion and apparel line.  Looking at the resale price of $1200+ you can tell these were reflectives.

And, despite all the Yeezy releases that occurred in 2019, these sneakers remain on top of the most popular Yeezys of 2019! We had the Yeezy Black crazy restock, Yecheil of the Biblical Pack, and the sneaker from the dark side, Azael! It was one epic sneaker year for sure. So much went down in 2019, it’s pretty hard to beat. But it seems like 2020 might just take the sneaker release cake!

The 2020 Yeezy Avalanche

With the first sneaker quarter of the year almost halfway through, we can already see that this is a strong year for Yeezys. It’s not even March yet and we already had a regional Yeezy drop! Heck, we finally got the Yeezy Quantum which we’ve been waiting for since basically forever! And a whole bunch of new Yeezy 350s drops. This is our year, fam! Our year to cop the most heat worth a lifetime of Yeezys! That’s why this year needs some cutting edge Bots to give you a head start. We playin’ to win.

Yeezy Sequel 2020

So, the first Yeezy to release in 2020 was Yeezy 350 Yeshaya on January 25. It was considered a bleaching experiment gone wrong. But Yeezy Marsh and the Regional Yeezy 350 Trio put the 350 model back on track in February. With a boost from Yeezy Quantum and Yeezy 700 MNVN which dropped in two colorways. It is without question that March was dedicated to Desert Sage, a massive AIO bot success, and Yeezy Cinder. As well as the second iteration of the 380 model in a Mist colorway. But before the first quarter ended in April, Yeezy Linen dropped on the 18th and Yeezy 700 V3 Alvah on the 11th. And was crushed by AIO bot

It’s been 20 days since we entered the second quarter. And Yeezy restocks are the brand’s new trend. May alone has stumbled upon the regional restocks of the Yeezy 350 V2 Cinder and Flax. In addition to February’s Triple Black 700 MNVN and the popular Quantum. On top of that, Yeezy managed to release the new 350 Sulfur and 500 Tyrian in May. 

So far, we’re excited to heat up our summer sneakers with the June release of Yeezy Zyon and Yeezy 380 Blue Oat.  Plus the fifth recorded restock of Yeezy Zebra! The second 380 Sky Blue colorway is also expected to release this summer along with Yeezy Israfil. Keep posted to receive the latest release updates. And learn what we have to say about unreleased Yeezys!

Adidas Yeezy Recap 2020

Adidas Yeezy has had quite the year! The partnership dropped 15 Yeezy 350 V2 colorways without 2020 being over yet. You’d think that the resale values of Yeezy 350s have gone through the roof, but most pairs are only worth an average flip. Given the rapid increase in stock and colorway releases in a single year! To add to this reality, the Yeezy 380 model, which grew popular with the Alien colorway, has also decreased in value this year. Eight Yeezy 380 colorways dropped in 2020 alone, causing the model’s value to plummet considerably. In fact, you’ll find Yeezy 380s currently selling as cheap Yeezys

You might also be surprised to know that there were no Yeezy 700 V1 or V2 releases this year. The primary focus was instead on the relatively new Yeezy 700 V3 and Yeezy 700 MNVN models. We’re about to witness the fourth Yeezy 700 V3 colorway of 2020. And both the V3 and MNVN colorways of the year are currently solid on resale sites

And because we like it fresh, we saved the fresh for last! Adidas Yeezy dropped two new sneaker models this year: YZY Quantum and the Adidas YZY Foam Runner! The Yeezy Quantum was first introduced as the first basketball Yeezy and dropped three fresh colorways. Moreover, Kanye West pushed for sustainable production with the Yeezy Foam Runner. Which, you’ll be psyched to know (if you copped some!), is reselling for over $350

AIO Bot Vs. Yeezy

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Not a Yeezy Expert Yet?

So, if you’ve made it through this lesson and stuck with us until the end, congratulations! You are now a certified Yeezy Expert. And, understandably, you may have a few questions. Like where to buy them from and where you can flip them for extra cash. In addition to other simple matters like how to keep them clean and how to buy them if you live in Yeezy-deprived regions.

You may also be wondering about how to beat the competition and cop every pair every time. All of these answers and more can be found in our blog.

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