Kanye West always leaves us wondering what’s his next move! That’s why a new Yeezy release is an exciting feat for every sneakerhead out there. We never really know what colorways will make it to the release phase with Yeezus. As we usually get so many samples, which should change when new Yeezys production moves to the US. However, we love checking all the rumors and potential colorways out, where’s the harm?!
Yeezy 700 MNVN Black
Although it’s a restock, everyone is feeling the hype for these black kicks. We all remember that the initial release was exclusive to select retailers in Tokyo, New York, and London. This time though, the kicks will drop in full family sizes as well. That was wishful thinking! But don’t let that get your spirits down! The kicks will drop on cross North America, Europe, and Asia Pacific. The kicks feature all-black nylon uppers with a reflective black 700 on the side panel. A black Boost midsole and outsole will complete the look.
Yeezy 700 MNVN will retail for $220, and it currently resells for an average of $378. So better get ready cause these ain’t cheap, fam!
Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Zyon
After a lot of teasing, we’re finally gonna get Yeezy Oxford Tan’s look-alike soon! Dressing up in a very… Kanye-like neutral tone. However, we can’t deny that the new Yeezys have a certain charm to them with the light brown Primeknit upper. We were hoping for a May release, but oh June 13, 2020, so that’s not too bad.
Yeezy Zyon will retail for the usual $220, and its resale stands at an average of $348. However, we all know that this value could get a boost depending on how exclusive the kicks are! So no harm in copping no?
Yeezy QNTM Barium
The infamous Yeezy basketball kicks hit again! What’s better than ballin’ AND flexin’? We know how successful the OG Yeezy QNTM was, so we may as well consider a slightly darker shade an improvement! The kicks will don the basketball side panel cage. Therefore, this drop is for the serious ballers out there. In case you missed it, the hardwood version of the original colorway resell for $858 on average! Really puts the need to cop in perspective in my opinion. The new Yeezys are expected to hit the stores on June 12, 2020, but we may as well be facing another pushback. Let’s wait and see!
Yeezy 350 V2 Zebra
Not new Yeezys by any means, but we always love us some Zebras on hot summer days! The 5th restock in 3 years is definitely not gonna go unnoticed by sneakerheads. However, that leaves us wondering, would Yeezy Zebra’s resale value drop even more? So if you’ve been sitting on a pair and waiting for the right resell time, that’s it! The kicks are restocking on June 27, 2020, so better get cookin’!
Yeezy 380 Blue Oat (Bloat?)
After going through the mist and an alien invasion, it’s time to… bloat? The new Yeezys originally surfaced under the name “Bloarf”, which is a pretty bad idea really. But then again, we’re used to Kanye’s way of naming things by now I guess. The sneakers will don a yellow and blue upper. Although it wouldn’t be our first go-to colorway, it’s nice to see some change in patterns! Let’s wait till June and see how the kicks will turn out in real-time.
Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Israfil
Back to them Biblical names! However, we can’t really hate on the kicks because they feature a cool bluish gray upper with a yellow translucent side stripe. Moreover, we’ll be getting an additional pair of bungee laces! Our boy Kanye is really getting very experimental out there. We don’t have a lot of release info yet, but according to Yeezy Mafia the kicks will drop sometime in summer 2020.
F&F Getting All the Goods!
A recent pair surfaced on the internet that featured a colorful tie-dye upper with a translucent covering. However, we got put down very fast when they turned out to be Friends & Family samples. Kinda feels like fake Yeezys or maybe a wild custom pair. So, we’ll just keep hoping for some colorful Yeezys someday.
Meanwhile, getting a sneaker bot to cop every the new Yeezy release never felt like a better idea!
So far in 2020, up until the outbreak of COVID-19 at least, we’ve seen so many BIG sneaker releases. In just a matter of 3 months, the industry witnessed some of the wildest and most valuable drops. And not to spray salt to your wounds, but there are some great sneakers to resell that have already dropped. And your only way to owning them is to make a trip over to the reselling market. Unless of course, you own one of the best sneaker bots out there to give you a push across the waiting lines and into the checkout page.
Best Sneakers to Resell 
What You Missed
Just to give you a taste of what you’ve missed so far in 2020, check this tiny list of the best sneakers to resell, for now. But that’s just a bunch of the most popular drops. Lately, it seems that low key and underrated brands, artists, and collaborations are stealing the spotlight big time! So, it’s no longer Jordan 1 colorways and the latest Yeezys you gotta keep an eye on. And for what it’s worth, Nike seems to be doing much better in 2020. At least up until they had to shut down stores and slow production down
So looking at the previous numbers and what could’ve been profit made by you and cashed into your account you probably feel quite bitter. But you shouldn’t! As long as there are sneakerheads around the world, sneaker brands will release sneakers. Sneakers to Flex and sneakers to resell.
So what sneakers to resell next? And how much could you make out of each?
Fear of God Triple Black
Jerry Lorenzo and Nike; This has to be one of the most elegant and exciting partnerships in the sneaker industry. And now, adding to a long list of previous releases, one of the best sneakers to resell soon has to be the upcoming Triple Black Fear of God 1. With the retail price standing at $350 and resale value reaching $600+, you need to be ready. Fast! These hotties are dropping on April 25th, 2020. check this to know more!
Travis Scott Air Max 270
If it was another pair or another collaboration, we’d say we’re done waiting for it to drop. We’d dare say we’ve moved on!
But keeping things real now, Travis Scott’s upcoming Air Max 270 has to be one of the most awaited releases and one of the best sneakers to resell in 2020. 2, 3, maybe 4 release date changes later, the latest of Travis Scott’s sneakers are, in theory, dropping on May 1st, 2020. If you’re looking to know more about the features of the sneakers you can read this. However, stick with us here to know why these are worth every drop of sweat you’ll shed. Early pairs sold on StockX, which are 8 til now, add up to an average reselling price of $1,100+
Air Jordan 13 Flint
On May 30th, 2020 a piece of sneaker history will join us once again. This retro looks so much like the OG version making it very much a resellable sneaker. Yes! The Air Jordan 13 Flint is coming back with a decent reselling price of $360+. Not too humble for a $190 pair of sneakers.
Air Jordan 1 X Dior
Adding another layer of luxury and fancy to the sneaker community is the Air Jordan 1 Dior, AKA Air Dior. Announced to the world late in 2019 and modeled by the one and only Travis Scott! The grey Jordan 1s features Dior’s monogram on the Swoosh and Air Dior branding replacing the Air Jordan logo on the tongue. The $2000 sneaker seems to be dropping alongside an apparel capsule. Up to this moment, there isn’t a clear word on when the Air Dior collection is dropping. But we bet all we have that these AJs are the top sneakers to resell this year. It’s kinda like the whole Supreme Louis Vuitton situation all again!
And we’re not even gonna go over Yeezys. There’s always a new pair of 350s, or 700s to cop. Thing is, we don’t expect Kanye’s sneaker production to slow down. I mean, how would he when he’s been working full force even during this global viral outbreak! It almost feels like Kanye’s already moved Yeezy production to the US.
What’s Going on Now?
Now that the world is technically on hold, you’re probably wondering what do while you stay home? How to keep the money coming now that the global labor market is at risk? And will the sneaker industry standstill amidst this chaos?
Although the sneaker industry has taken a major slap on the face due to the Coronavirus outbreak, we’re still hopeful that things will work out eventually. Sneaker brands have managed to keep many release dates unchanged. And many of these can make you some decent cash if you flip them from home. Especially now that all in-store drops have been canceled and the stock moved to online retailers and raffles. And over the next few weeks, we’re expecting a large number of hyped releases by Adidas, Nike, Jordan Brand, and many more. And to be honest we’re constantly updating our personal release calendars to give us a reason or more to hold on tight.
With the major changes in supply and demand of Yeezys, the resale value also changes. There hasn’t been a really exclusive and limited Yeezy since the Yebras. And even those don’t cost as much as they logically should. And even with the decrease in resale value some Yeezys are still very expensive and cost up to 300% over their retail price. But if you’re looking for affordable Yeeyzs, ones that are legit and won’t cost too much, read our list of the top cheap yeezys you can afford at resale.
Where to Buy The Cheapest Yeezys?
Wondering where you can find the best cheap Yeezys? Well, at retail, that’s for sure. No matter how cheap Yeezys can get on the aftermarket, Yeezys at retail still cost less. However, this can change if you’re using a sneaker bot with all the proxies and servers it will need. Copping Yeezys with a bot is most cost-efficient when you’re planning on buying several pairs to sell them later on. But if you’re planning on getting 1 or 2 pairs, go for an affordable sneaker extension bo. Or better yet try to cop those Yeezys at retail.
ATC and Checkout Services
Depending on the Yeezys releasing, the service’s reputation, and its success rate, the slots for Yeezys are priced differently. Sometimes it can cost a tiny $40, and sometimes this fee skyrockets to $220. The best thing about these services is that they’re risk-free. If they don’t get you the sneakers, they don’t charge you any fee. However, the downfall of such services is that you could easily not get the shoes. Due to circumstances that are, clearly, out of your control, you could lose a serious chance at copping those Yeezys you so desperately wanted. But think about it this way, Cheap Yeezys don’t get as cheap as FREE!
Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Butter
Afte Kanye and Trump rekindled their controversial bromance, some Yeezys took the fans reactions right in the resale value. That’s just what happened with the Butters. After waiting for 6 long months without any V2s, everyone thought this release was gonna be a huge one. But apparently not. You can find the Yeezy 350 V2 Butter on StockX for an average of $240. This price, in addition to being a V2, makes it top our list of cheap Yeezys.
Adidas Yeezy 500 Blush
$234. That’s the average price you’ll need to pay if you wanted to get the Yeezy 500 Blush. A brand new pair of Yeezys that costs $230. What a great time to be alive, sneakerheads!
Yeezy 500 Super Moon Yellow
Who thought for a second, that the Yeezy that once cost $760 would sell for barely its original price? The first time the Yeezy 500 Super moon Yellow dropped was on Yeezysupply and it took part in a 3-pieces bundle that cashed at $760. To be fair, several pairs of the SMY sold for over $1400 when it first dropped. and it made total sense. Resellers were trying to make up for the little fortune they had to pay for a single pair. Now, the average resale price of the Super Moon Yellow is $205. That’s just $5 above the retail price.
Yeezy 500 Utility Black
Selling for an average of $205, the Yeezy 500 utility black is a real steal. An all-black Yeezy that’s actually affordable and stylish that’s what we’re talking about!
Yeezy Powerphase Calabasas
Even if it doesn’t feature boost material or primeknit, the Yeezy Powerphase Calabasas are still Yeezys. Rather cheap Yeezys as well. The retail price of any colorway of this silhouette is $120. This made them quite accessible and coppable to many sneakerheads. And maybe that’s why they didn’t make much or any profit on the secondary market.
Now, moving on to the much-loved Cream Whites. This Yeezy will now cost you on average $350 on StockX. Although this is still $100+ over retail price, if you look at the elevated costs of buying and running a sneaker bot, these are still rather cheap Yeezys. And if you’re not all-too desperate to get them now, wait until September. The Yeezy Cream White is re-releasing in September in very high stock numbers which will make the resale prices to sink even deeper. So you can expect to pay around $250 at resale, for the cream whites starting September 15th, 2018.
Copping Cheap Yeezys is Not Always Cheap
Sometimes you could be tempted into buying cheap Yeezys that cost less than the retail price. Well, believe me when I say, if it’s too good to be true, then it’s a Fufu. So make sure you only buy those cheap Yeezys from reselling platforms that guarantee authenticity. Otherwise, you’ll get an L, and that little amount you paid would be all gone to waste.
To be fair to other not so cheap Yeezys, the old classic pairs still hold a fairly high value on the market. This is the case of the 750s, and many of the 350s that dropped in 2016, and early 2017. But since Yeezys are Yeezys and it’s sometimes impossible to fork up $700+ for a pair of sneakers, cheap Yeezys are great to cop.
With October just kicking off, we’ve officially entered the final season. Q4! The biggest baddest 3 months of every year. Well, at least in terms of sneaker releases. And if you’ve been in this industry long enough, you know better than spending all your savings earlier. So, we hope you have enough cash now to level up on your sneaker copping game.
So you if you got the cash, and we’re assuming you have a powerful sneaker bot, you only need to know what sneaker releases to cop.
Top 6 Sneaker Releases: October 2019
Off-white x Nike Vapor Street
The Nike x Off-white collaboration is not even close to the end. In fact, this October will see the release of 3 packs co-signed by Nike and Virgil Abloh. The first pack will feature a rather low-key silhouette, the Vapor street. Dropping on the 12th of October in Yellow, Blue, and Back color options. The retail price of these sneakers will be $190 and they’ll be releasing in women-exclusive sizes.
Travis Scott x Air Jordan 6
We really don’t need to talk more about this one. The iconic Air Jordan 6 by Travis Scott is one of the most talked-about sneaker releases this year. And one of the most promising in terms of resale, with the potential profit going as high as $1,700.
It’s been pushed back a couple of times, making us wonder if it will ever drop! But for now, Travis Scott’s Olive Green AJ6 is joining October’s sneaker releases and dropping on the 12th for $250.
Off-white x Nike Waffle Racer
The second Nike x Off-white collab to drop in October 2019. However this time, the pair in question is the Waffle racer. Much like the AJ6, this pair has seen some delays, and sneakerheads have been waiting for quite some time now. And at the time of writing this, the Waffle racers (Black, Blue, white) will be dropping on the 24th for $150.
Nike Air Force 1 Low Skeleton
Exactly 5 days before Halloween we’re getting a black version of last year’s Skeleton sneakers. Releasing on the 25th of October and retailing for $130, this pair is the cherry on top for any costume. featuring an x-ray view of a foot, this shoe is listed for $2,500 on StockX now! While we highly doubt this resale value will hold, flipping a pair of the AF1 Skeleton can make you an easy $100 to $200 profit. So why not?
Air Jordan 1 Shattered Backboard 3.0
An iconic silhouette meets a hyped colorway! The story behind this pair is grounded deep in the sneaker culture, making this one of the BEST sneaker releases this season. The Air Jordan 1 Shattered Backboard 3.0 is set to release on October 26th, and retail for $190. And in case you didn’t feel any of the previous sneaker releases, this one you MUST FEEL. It’s one of those pairs you buy and keep. Whether you’ll rock them or just sell them is up to you, but copping is a no-brainer
Off-white x Nike SB Dunk Low
Last but not least, the third of the Nike x Off-white sneaker releases in October. Although a much more subtle design than the previous 2, there’s still a touch of Virgil you can clearly notice. The sneaker will be available in red, pine green and navy blue-gold and will retail for $170.
Among this month’s sneaker releases, the SB Dunks still don’t have an official release date. And thanks to their hefty resale price they’re sure a welcomed addition, whenever they release.
1 more reason to get a sneaker bot?
No in case you’re a die-hard Yeezy fan there could be a release for you. On June 15th, 2019 The Yeezy Mafia shared a video revealing that the Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Bred will restock in Fall 2019. More specifically, we got information that the infamous Breds were returning on October 26th, 2019. And although the man himself, Jon Wexler called out The Yeezy Mafia for the fake news, we’re hoping the Mafia knows something he doesn’t.
Either way, October’s sneaker releases are giving us so many reasons to buy and run sneaker bots. And in case you just decided to join the sneaker reselling community your timing is perfect.
Digging through the Adidas Yeezy archives you’ll realize the last Yeezy Boost release to actually mean something was the Yeezy 350 V2 Bred. That was way back in 2017!
Ever since the Yeezy line added so many silhouettes and colorways to its catalog, some of which were instant hits some were a total miss. But there wasn’t a single release that made a profit as high as the Yeezy Triple Black.
For so many reasons, Adidas Yeezy sneakers lost most of their hype, along with their resale value, especially in 2018. But it’s always the law of Supply and Demand that rules.
Yeezys, much like any limited sneakers have had some good and bad days. But ever since they debuted in 2015 they did not see a year worse than 2018. It was so bad the community almost pulled the plug on Yeezys altogether, calling them dead.
So much happened in 2018 that you could see the end of the Adidas Yeezy line right around the corner. And there was the Nike x Off-white collaboration killing the industry that same year. So Yeezys had enough external threats and difficulties to deal with, they couldn’t afford to mess up on the inside. Yet they did. Big time!
What Really Happened in 2018
To clarify, when we say it was Yeezys’ worst year we sure as hell don’t mean in terms of sales. In fact, that was probably their most profitable year ever. Releasing and selling a million extra pairs means the manufacturer will be making a lot more money. Especially in the case of Yeezys where every single pair still sells out regardless of anything..
But in terms of hype, desirability, and resale value Yeezys lost a so much we didn’t know if they were ever gonna get up. So again, why is it Yeezys’ worst year ever? because of the following reasons:
Releasing a Million pairs of the Yeezy 350 v2 Cream White
As tempting and hopeful as these words are, “Yeezys for everyone” is a promise not everyone wants Kanye to keep. Not resellers that’s for sure!
When everyone eventually gets Yeezys, no one will want Yeezys. And when you’re in this community to resell, your only shot at making cash is by flipping limited, and hard to cop items.
So when in 2018, Adidas and Kanye decided to drop a million pairs of the Yeezy Cream White, they hit the reselling market right in the heart. And suddenly Yeezys were available for everyone who wanted them. Not only did this kill the value of the Whites, but it also changed the way sneakerheads looked at the whole Yeezy line. The mega re-release of the Cream whites felt like the end of a great partnership, and the reason why Jordan Brand would rise again.
Re-releasing The Adidas Yeezy 350 V2 Zebra for a third time.
If you didn’t join the sneaker community because of an Air Jordan 1, you probably owe it to the Yeezy Zebras. The Adidas Yeezy 350 V2 Zebra was and still one of the most unique colorways this collaboration has produced. As the name suggests the infamous Zebras feature white primeknit uppers covered in black stripes which contrasted so nicely with the red SPLY-350 side stripe.
The Zebras released for the first time on February 25th, 2017 and once again in June that same year. That first restock brought the resale price down from $1400 to around $600. After such a massive drop, you’d think that that’s the last of restocks for this colorway, but no! Once again in 2018, The Yeezy 350 Zebra restocked and hit rock bottom at $280.
F*****g Up the most limited V2 ever!
2018, the year of restocks! At this point, you probably started believing that Kanye was out of ideas. And that the only way to keep making money was by re-releasing old colorways.
Or maybe they were done with Yeezys and started clearing out warehouses, thus the infinite restocks. Speaking of warehouses did you hear that rumor about the Turtledove releasing again? And did you watch that video teasing the restock of the Yeezy 350 Breds? We”, the latter is clearly fake news, but we’re still crossing our fingers to get the Turtle Doves soon.
Back to the Yeezy 350 V2 Yebra. Up until last year, the Yebras were the most limited V2s ever, but they restocked and shed over $400 off their resale value. And that’s how the legacy of the Yebras died in about a year. And the more we dived into 2018, the more it felt like Yeezys were dead, and needed some miracle to rise again,
Introducing a Boost-less Yeezy
Another experimentation with big bulky dad-shoes debuted in 2018. Maybe it was the initial resale value of the Yeezy 700 that made the idea of another pair of dad sneakers so appealing to Kanye and Adidas. However, the Yeezy 500 in all 4 colorways was less of a success than one would hope for. On average, a pair of Yeezy 500 can be sold for around $330. The black pair can stretch a bit to reach the $420, but not more.
Although this pair was following the trend and was a completely different silhouette from the usual Yeezy 350, there was a thing about it that made it not so hyped. Maybe it was the absence of the game-changing BOOST material, maybe it’s how it dropped as preorders first and then as part of a 3-piece outfit. But regardless of the reasons, the Yeezy 500 made 2018 a much worse year for the Yeezy Adidas collaboration.
The Comeback: Adidas Yeezy 350 Triple Black
Needless to say that throughout 2018 you only needed a sneaker bot for a few releases. Mainly to cop some of the Nike x Off-white sneakers, the ones which dropped on Shopify sites. But other than that, your sneaker bot was probably useless most of the time. You probably even felt you didn’t need one anymore to cop sneakers until earlier this month.
The Adidas Yeezy 350 V2 Triple Black Reflective is the most valuable and profitable pair of Yeezys we’ve seen in around 2 years. If we were looking for a miracle to revive Yeezys, we found it in the Triple Blacks.
After an infinite list of muted and tonal Yeeyzs, these were the first black Yeezy 350 V2s in so long. Previous Black Yeezys such as the Breds and Pirate Blacks have proven to be classics, and strong enough to stand against the test of time and amateur kids who seem to ruin the reselling game for everyone.
It wasn’t a Friends & Family pair, but the Yeezy 350 V2 Triple black was limited. And the reflective version was more like rare and impossible to get a hold of. This lesson should’ve been learned ever since that first Yeezy lost its value. Back in 2017 when Kanye started putting his words into action, making Yeezys available for everyone. But it took Adidas and Ye almost 2 years to realize most their fans are resellers who only care how much money they can make out of a pair, and never about Cheap yeezys.
This wasn’t a typical Black Yeezy, this was a reflective pair. And we’ve seen with the Yeezy Static Reflectives that the shiny version is always more desired, and thus more profitable. Clearly, this move was a successful one back in December 2018, and therefore we will be seeing more reflective Yeezys every season.
TBH we grew tired of all the 500s and 700s that were dropping earlier. It was time for the most desired silhouette to make a new refreshing appearance.
Setting aside all the previously mentioned reasons making these Yeezys so valuable, the fact that they dropped without prior notice is everything. The shock drop of the Yeezy 350 V2 Triple black meant only sneakerheads who were up, and working on their PCs got a chance to cop. Most sneakerheads didn’t even need a sneaker bot to do so but they probably needed Discord to actually know the shoes dropped.
The shock drop left thousands of sneakerheads heartbroken and desperate enough to cop at resale. For a single pair of the Yeezy 350 Triple black, you’ll need to pay $1500 on average. That’s a price tag we haven’t seen on a Yeezy in so long. And this one good release was able to restore faith in Yeezys. Or at least most of it
Following the Black Yeezys, we’ve witnessed the Yeezy 350 V2 Synth and Antlia release, both of which had reflective versions that are making a big statement on the aftermarket.
And we highly believe that regional Yeezys will become a thing until the community gets over this sort of release.
One more Yeezy release to look forward to is the US-exclusive Yeezy Lundmark arriving in reflective and non-reflective versions respectively on July 11th and 13th.
And if the Lundmarks were to be as limited and hyped as the previous EU and Asia drops you will need to run a Sneaker Bot to cop them. And if you’re looking for the right Yeezy Bot or sneaker bot for you, you should try XL2.0, our new and upgraded All in One Bot!
Just when we thought Kanye’s back full time on the 350s, we get a look at a fresh new Yeezy 700 colorway. Looks like the new Adidas Yeezy 700 Magnet will be joining the Yeezy Fam soon.
So, apparently, Kanye’s not over the Dad shoe trend, and he will be blessing the community with yet another version of the Yeezy 700. And thanks to the Yeezymafia, we now know what to expect.
The Adidas Yeezy 700 has come along way since it dropped at the end of 2017. Up til today, we’ve seen 10 colorways of the 700s. And some of us may have copped a pair or 2, or more.
Now, as much I’m personally into the OG colorway, or Maybe the all-black Yeezy Vantas, I know as much as you that the Statics were the best among all the 700 colorways. December 2018’s Statics are selling for an average of $450+, and that’s the highest resale value for any legit pair from this line.
You might disagree, however, and find another colorway more appealing. If so, check this full rundown of every Yeezy 700 ever.
Although the 700s dropped in many versions before, none resembled the OGs quite like the ‘Magnets’.
The Suede/ Mesh uppers feature shades of grey, tan, and beige with the orange hits on the yellow-tinted midsole which we’ve only seen on the OG waverunners. Finally, the Boost cushioning that we all love so much is encaged in a gum rubber outsole.
As with all Yeezy 700s, the Magnets are expected to retail for $300, and with a release date yet to be confirmed, we’ll take the Yeezymafia’s word and say they’re dropping soon. Another information that hasn’t been revealed yet is whether or not this release will be intended for the whole family. The Yeezy 700 Magnet will be available on Yeezysupply, Adidas, and a long list of Adidas retailers. Stay Tuned!
Future of The Big Ol’ Yeezy 700
It’s official! A Yeezy 350 V3 is in the works and might actually drop before 2019 ends. And we were guessing that it won’t be long before the 700 V3 debuts as well. We were right!
In fact, we’ve seen rough sketches/ drafts of so many upcoming Yeezys a year ago, and we’ve been waiting impatiently ever since. Until we got a look at the 700 V3s, and then we thought maybe we should stick to the 350s. So while you wait for the wave of V3s to land on shore, you can cop the OG Waverunners restocking for the 3rd, or maybe the fourth time in August. Or you might wanna spend this time searching for the best Yeezy/sneaker bot for you to help you cop some of the new Yeezys dropping next season.
When it comes to counting we really thought that Kanye and Adidas could only count to 2. Like they’re really stuck on the second version of their most desired silhouettes. So we have the Adidas Yeezy 350 V1 and V2, and the same applies to the 700s. However, this after so long is about to change. New images of a Yeezy 350 V3 have surfaced and we, like many sneakerheads, have mixed feelings about them.
Better not be tha v3s lol waited too long for em to look like this 😂
The Adidas Yeezy history is a long one. One full of hyped releases, limited colorways, and lots and lots of 350 V2s. But there are some colorways that were instant hits, still cashing in for their owners. Big time!
So what are the top Adidas Yeezy 350 V2s?
If we were to rank based on the looks, I would personally say the Blue Tints were by far the best. The blue hues were a good change, drifting away from the earthy tones and dull-looking nudes. Yes, I did say dull, because after the 3rd cream/yellow pair you just get enough.
However, we all know how things go down in this game. The best sneakers are usually the money makers. The highly-coveted, super limited sneakers that you can’t easily get for retail. Based on that it makes sense to say that the recent wave of reflective Yeezys is considered one of the best that the industry has seen in a while.
Introducing The Adidas Yeezy 350 V3. Finally!
On July 8th, 2019, The Yeezy Mafia revealed what we’ve all been waiting for. The continuation of what could be the second most sought-after line, after the Air Jordan 1s, the Yeezy 350. What we now know as the Adidas Yeezy 350 V3 “Alien” should be dropping soon. Now, soon is a relatively relative term, but we don’t see these dropping anywhere before Fall 2019.
From the initial images, we notice that the model features a similar silhouette to that of the V2. With the most notable difference being the new Primeknit pattern. A closer look also shows the absence of the almost 1-year-old side stripe and a bigger and thicker Boost midsole.
We can’t really predict how sellable the V3s will be, or if they will make as much as the reflectives are. We don’t even have an idea about the retail price. But if the Yeezys hype keeps growing at this pace, we know you wouldn’t wanna miss out on them. And so, it’s a good idea you start looking for the right sneaker bot for you. No matter what’s your budget.
Kanye’s Forbes Editorial
After serving the sneaker industry s so well for so long, it was about time Kanye opened up about his designs, business, and love he had for fashion and sneakers.
After a long break of 4 years, Kanye West gets back to Forbes’ Celebrity 100 list and ranks third, surpassed by Kylie Jenner, his sister-in-law, and Taylor Swift, who leads the list.
In the cover story by Forbes, “Kanye’s Second Coming,” Kanye shares his side of the story. His thoughts on his billion-dollar Yeezy sneaker empire, and where he draws inspiration from to design the industry’s most-coveted pairs. Which were the first to overthrow Jordans in forever. Watch the video below for the full interview.
Yeezy V2 Dead? Umm, Not really!
When images of a new design or version of any sneaker appear, everyone goes around asking if the previous iteration is dead. Same in this case. Kanye flaunting the Yeezy 350 v3 gave the community the feels that Yeezy 350 v2s will no longer be a part of this highly coveted partnership. But that’s not true.
Just before we got our first look at the alien Adidas Yeezy 350 V3, we were introduced to 2 brand new V2 colorways. The new Adidas Yeezy 350 V2 “Cloud White” and “Citrin” are dropping sometime this coming September. Giving you a couple more reasons to buy a Yeezy Bot this season.
Yeezy season just kicked off and things are already looking good. With the Yeezy 350 V2 Triple Black as an entree, sneakerheads are now asking for more. And more is what they’re getting this month. Next weekend, we will get a chance at copping the all-new Yeezy 700 V2 Tephra.
Every Yeezy 700 to Date
Earlier this month we’ve witnessed the release of a darker colorway of the Yeezy 700, the “Vantas”. In total, the Adidas Yeezy Partnership yielded 8 pairs of the Yeezy 700 silhouette, in both its first and second version.
While the OG colorway is still the most infamous and desired, it is the V2 statics that are the real money makers in this line. The Yeezy Boost 700 V2 static, is selling for over $550 on the aftermarket. Although the resale price of the Tephras is nowhere near that value, or that of the Black reflectives, it is still a go-to for Yeezy fans.
It hasn’t been long since we’ve seen the Vantas but the Tephras offer a much different look. Although it’s not BLACK, the upcoming colorway features a unique color blocking system and a great-looking mix of muted browns with light grays and reflective accents dressing the three stripes on the medial and lateral sides.
Where to Buy?
With the Yeezy Tephra release being a few days away, you’re probably looking at all the places where you can get a real pair.
Now that you have the early links, you’re almost ready to cop the upcoming Yeey 700 V2 Tephra. Unless you still don’t have a bot, in which case you should check AIO XL. However, if you’re more into Black Yeezys, you can save your cash for the 700 V2 Utility Black, dropping on the 29th. And if you’re looking to expand your 350 V2 collection then you must have your eye on the Yeezy Trio dropping on the 20th. Except it’s gonna be a regional drop so, in addition to knowledge in copping, you have to know how to buy Yeezys from overseas.
Now with the crazy hype around the all-new all-black Yeezy 350 V2 Triple black, you might be interested in joining this cult. And you’ll find yourself asking how does one get a pair of real Yeezys?
With more pairs releasing every season, getting some real Yeezys is not as impossible as it was a couple of years ago. However, there are some “special Yeezy releases” that require a little more effort.
Needless to say, getting Yeezys, legit pairs, is only guaranteed when you cop straight from the retailers. Buying from a reseller, no matter how trusted, holds a bit of risk. And looking at the price you’d pay at resale a fake is not something you need. You’re better copping one of the Yeezy alternatives or one of the cheaper Yeezys, even if they’re not the colorway you want.
Sneaker bots didn’t join the game until 2013, but they caught up real fast. And now, almost 6 years later, there isn’t a sneakerhead that doesn’t have, has tried or at least knows about them.
But just in case you don’t know what sneaker bots are or how to use them, here’s a recap.
A bot, in a basic definition, is a software that performs an automated task online. More specifically, a bot is an automated application which performs tasks repeatedly much faster than a human. In that same way, a sneaker bot performs a sneaker-related task quickly and repeatedly. When you’re trying to “cop” or buy a pair of sneakers online, you usually face many issues. These issues include but are surely not restricted to:
Your shitty computer which is no good for browsing is definitely gonna fail you on release.
Laggy internet connection
If your browser can’t load a simple page on time, how on earth are you gonna beat thousands of sneakerheads to that pair of Yeezys?
3 strikes and you’re out? No not 3, just 1. If you try 1 too many times your IP is getting banned and you can kiss your sneakers goodbye. Better luck next time!
Add your sneakers to cart and you got a max of 10 minutes to input your billing and shipping info. 1 more minute and you’ll find your loved sneakers in someone else’s cart.
Even if you do solve all of the above-mentioned disasters, you still have to face that 1 pair per customer rule. You see all of those problems, a sneaker bot can help you work around each and every one of them. With little to no effort from your side!
You may have heard of how difficult and complex it is to use sneaker bots, and how expensive they can get, but these are just myths and we’re here to bust them all!
Sneaker bots vary in terms of price, performance, and ease of use. Some of them are known to be quite simple and user-friendly, especially browser extensions. Which also tend to be cheaper than full desktop bots. But their downfall to browser extensions is the mediocre copping ability. While most of them are successful and fully functional, for technical reasons, they can only cop a limited number of pairs.
As for full desktop bots, there are some names in the game that have established a great reputation in the industry. Ones that cop every release and rarely fail their users, and thus have very high success rates.
For a sneaker bot to work full-force it needs to be paired with the right add-ons. Sneaker proxies, a sneaker server, and maybe even some Captcha solutions. These extras are optional but tend to get more important as you get more serious about copping and reselling sneakers.
Connections are Key
This part is especially helpful if you’re going the old way about copping Yeezys. As surprising as this may sound, some sneakerheads still wait in line for a pair of shoes. They even find it exciting and amusing to connect so deeply with their soles. However, there’s a shortcut you can take down this road. If you happen to know “someone” you’ll save yourself loads of time and pain. Having connections in the sneaker community is key. Whether on Discord, Twitter or at Footlocker, knowing people with influence and reach can get you to your Yeezys fast and even early. Or else, how do you think those early pairs get sold on Instagram and reselling platforms?
To build such major connections you gotta be active in the community. Help other sneakerheads, show up to events like ComplexCon, and camp out storefronts a couple of times. People tend to share more at 3 AM when they’re sleepy and tired!
A Lot of Patience
Patience is quite underrated during the process of copping sneakers. Many newbie sneakerheads think they will cop the first time they try, and although we do believe in beginners’ luck that’s highly unlikely. Copping real Yeezys or any limited sneakers is a combination of experience and tools with a dash of luck. Factors like proxies, ping latency, the processing power of your device, your internet connection, and the sneakers stock level all have a saying in whether or not you’ll cop. But with time, you’ll get to the perfect recipe that’ll cook you a feast on every release.
Adidas Yeezy Boost currently cost between $220 and $300. While that’s nothing compared to the big Bulky Balenciaga Triple S, it’s more expensive than a brand new pair of Air Jordan 1s. So to buy a new pair of “Real Yeezys” you have to spend some cash. And logically, if you’re planning on copping multiple pairs to sell, you’re gonna be spending more money. But don’t worry just yet, reselling Yeezys is a straight on profitable investment which can get you your money back in no time. When, of course, Yeezy resale prices are high.
You might have your eye on something completely different. You might be a natural Jordan fan or more into Air Max but Yeezys are a path you have to go through to get into this community. Every sneakerhead you know, or look up to has a pair or 2 or 10 of Yeezys. Even if they don’t flip for much at times, Adidas Yeezys are still the biggest pillar holding up the industry.
With 4 new Yeezy 350 V2s, we’re in for a very hot summer. This season, Kanye and Adidas are releasing more than 4 brand new colorways of their infamous 350 V2 silhouette. So, if you’re a Yeezy fan you better be hiding some cash or else you’re getting broke soon!
Yeezy 350 V2 Glow-in-Dark
The first Yeezy to drop during this long season of hot releases will be the ‘Glow-in-Dark’.
The silhouette features bold fluorescent lime green Primeknit uppers, heel tabs, laces, heel tabs, and soles. The semi-translucent soles hold the signature BOOST material, and are actually the highlight of these sneakers, as they are the glowing element of the shoe. Finally, the design is finished off with the translucent side stripes which we were introduced to with the static Yeezy back in December.
The Glow-in-Dark Yeezys are dropping in full-family sizes on May 25th, 2019 and will retail at $250.
Yeezy 350 V2 Triple Black (Reflective & non-ref)
Following the Glow in-dark new Yeezys, a black version is scheduled to release. The upcoming Black sneakers boast a unique design on the Primeknit uppers along with a transparent stripe on the outer sides. Additional details include reflective black laces, and a black sole unit embracing the BOOST material.
In addition to the non-reflective version of these, a reflective iteration is also set to drop, both retailing at $220.
The black reflective Yeezy 350 V2 is set to drop on June 7th, 2019. As for the non-reflective version, according to the YeezyMafia, you can expect it to drop on the 8th of June in full-family sizes.
The Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 “Antlia” is one of Kanye’s most controversial upcoming Yeezy releases. Earlier renderings and leaks of the pair suggested that we’d be looking at a new and refreshing blue version of the iconic Yeezy 350 v2. However, we find out soon that the blue version was merely a lucky guess, that proved not so lucky!
The same way the Statics looked like a striped version of the Creams, the Antlias look more like an edited version of the Yeezy Butters. The sneakers come dressed in a greenish yellow colorway, with the usual full-length Boost midsole and gum outsoles making their way down below.
Now, as with the Yeezy 350 Statics, and the Blacks, the Antlias seem to be dropping in 2 versions. A reflective and a non-reflective one.
One more important note to keep in mind, according to the YeezyMafia, the Yeezy Antlia will be a ‘Special Release’. And if it were to follow on the footsteps of the Yeezy Trio which dropped in March, we’re looking at a region-exclusive pair. So far, we don’t have any official release information but as per Leaker account SO FRZN, the Antlia is dropping on June 21st and 22nd.
More than 20 colorways later into the Adidas Yeezy partnership we’re blessed with a new, and slightly modified version of the 350 V2s. It’s missing the heel-tab, a colorful and useful feature that’s been there in all 350s since February 2017.
Aside from the missing heel-tab, the new Yeezy Lundmark aligns very well with Kanye’s style. Featuring various textures across the Primeknit uppers, a see-through side stripe, and Boost midsoles. Color-wise, the Lundmarks look like a creamier version of December 2018’s Statics. They boast a mixture of light grey, cream, and sail tones.
If we were to believe the uprising leaking account, SO FRZN, 2 versions of these sneakers will also be available. Again, a Reflective, and a non-reflective. But this will become clearer with time.
As for the release date of the Yeezy Lundmark, while the YeezyMafia are sticking to ‘COMING SOON’, other accounts have the dates already set. With June 21st being the drop date of the Reflective Lundmark and June 22nd for the non-ref edition.
While you prepare to cop the upcoming Yeezy 350 releases, 2 new Yeezy 700 colorways are hitting the shelves soon. The all-black Yeezy 700 v2 ‘Vanta’ is dropping on May 31st and the ‘Tephra’ on June 15th
So, now you got a full list of all the new Yeezy releases. Have you decided on a pair to cop? And most importantly, do you have what it takes to cop the Yeezys you really want?
If you’re wondering, to cop Yeezys you don’t need an incredible set of skills. Actually, it’s become quite a simple task. All you need is a powerful and reputable sneaker bot, one that won’t let you down when it’s time to cop.
Update: May 18th, 2019
Right when we published this piece, images of some new Yeezys surface. The Yeezy Boost 350 V2 ‘SYNTH’ seems to also be dropping ‘SOON’. Making that a total of 11 rumored new Yeezys.
The brand new Yeezy ‘Synth’ is a continuation of Kanye’s long list of earthy toned sneakers. Dubbing brown/beige/somewhat nude pink primeknit uppers, and the usual semi-translucent side stripe. And much like the Lundmark the Yeezy SYNTH is also missing the heel-tab.