Which Yeezy Release Should You Be Copping Next?

Which Yeezy Release Should You Be Copping Next?

Yeezy season is just around the corner and knowing which Yeezy release is the one to shoot for can be daunting.
Now, whether or not a sneaker is worth copping usually depends on the stock level. However, things are different with Yeezys. Demand for Kanye West’s designs seems to only grow bigger. That might actually be the result of Yeezys being the obvious and most tempting option for new sneakerheads. Whether a Yeezy Boost 350 V2, a Yeezy 500 or just a Powerphase, Yeezys are the go-to option forΒ everyone in the community. And luckily, AIO X now supports Adidas and Yeezysupply to help you bring your copping chances to a maximum.

Yeezy 500 Super Moon Yellow


Although one might think that 350 V2s are more worthy, this assumption can sometimes be invalid. Dad shoes have theirΒ own audience and fans that will pay up to $600 for a pair of SMYs.
The Yeezy 500 Super Moon Yellow is, for now, the first pair to drop during this long and loaded season. This chunky, pale yellow Yeezy release is happening on June 9th, 2018, kicking off a season of hyped releases that the community has never seen before.

As with previous Yeezy 500 releases, the Super Moon Yellow, dropping for the second time, will retail for $200. After it released the first time in a $760 bundle, paying $200 feels very easy, and delightful even.

So, for you, dear sneakerhead who couldn’t afford copping the Yeezy 500 Super Moon Yellow the first time, a new chance lies ahead.

Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Butter

Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Butter

What a controversial, troublemaking sneaker! Also dropping in June is the Yeezy boost 350 V2 Butter, coming to us to end a series of misinformation and confusion.
Up until we got some real images, we weren’t sure what to call this pair. Especially that it adopted a couple of names before settling the “Butter”, which suits it best.

The Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Butter gives the same feel of the very limited Semi Frozen Yellow, except for the zebra pattern along the uppers. This Yeezy release will showcase a pale yellow, pattern-less Yeezy, which can elevate its level of acceptance among sneakerheads.

For now, we don’t have an official date for this Yeezy release. It could still drop on June 2nd and be the appetizer of this season.Β  However, we tend to believe it will drop after the Yeezy 500 SMY.

Yeezy 500 Utility Black

Yeezy 500 Utility Black

This Yeezy release will, reportedly, drop on July 7th, 2018. The Yeezy 500 utility black is the continuation of the new Yeezy legacy started at the beginning of 2018. It features the same bulky silhouette as the previous colorways. And as for the retail price, you can expect the same $200 price tag.
For an amateur sneakerhead, it may seem like Kanye’s experiment with Yeezy 500 is not very successful. However, when all Yeezys you can get is Waverunners or 500s, then you’ll believe this man is a genius.

Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Cream White Re-release

Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Cream White

An old Yeezy will join this lineup in July, just in time to make your summer lighter and brighter. The Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Cream White is re-releasing this summer after being last seen on April 29th, 2017. If you’re looking for a nice summer-ish pair, don’t miss out on this release. Well, you kinda can’t miss out, since they’re releasing in millions according to the Yeezy Mafia!

So, think of it this way, if you couldn’t cop them last year, this is your perfect chance chance to cop, possibly multiple pairs, at retail.

Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Sesame

Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Sesame

What might look like the last Yeezy for this season, can actually be a transition into a new set of colorful and different Yeezys.

The Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Sesame is dropping finally in August. As we write this, we still don’t have an official release date, but we know that this pair is on FIRE!

Bringing back the legacy of nudes and 350s will be the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Sesame. This tonal, clean looking sneaker features sand-ish primeknit uppers sitting atop gum outsoles, caging the BOOST material. Out of all drops happening this summer, we have our hopes high for this Yeezy release, thinking it could do as well as the original 350s. Unless Adidas and Kanye decide to flood the market with it, as they seem to be doing lately with all Yeezys. But maybe, the colorway and gum outsoles would make it a Yeezy release worth copping, regardless of the stock.

One More Yeezy Release? Yes, PLEASE!

For now, it looks like the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Sesame will be the Grand Finale of this Yeezy season, but we hope not. After getting back to Twitter, Kanye have shared an infinite number of images, of never before seen Yeezys that had us in AWE! Like really! How can you hate on the Lilac 500s? They look so dope!

So one can only pray that Kanye has some more Yeezy releases for us to enjoy our summer. Or sometime early this upcoming fall. Maybe like a 700 V2?

Otherwise, we can still enjoy copping some of the Adidas X Dragon Ball Z sneakers, and the matching figurines. Until another Yeezy release, is in order.


Oh well! Just as we were writing this piece, 2 new Yeezys were revealed to be joining the squad, but as part of the FW18 season. According to Yeezy Mafia’s IG account, the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Zebra and Semi Frozen Yellow will be dropping in October 2018. Joining by that, the Yeezy 500 Salt which was only revealed a couple of weeks ago.

Regardless of how much they make on the aftermarket, the Zebras were and still are a crowd-pleaser. And now that they and the Yebras are dropping in big numbers, everyone, supposedly, will get a chance at coping them. As long as they know all the tips and tricks needed to do so.

So, there you have it 8 Yeezys dropping in 4 months. Which one will you be trying to get?