Yeezys 101

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You may know that prior to signing with Adidas, Kanye had signed with Nike to create, what are now, some of the rarest Yeezys of all time. Seriously, if you can get your hands on some red Octobers then you are a god tier sneaker head enthusiast. Today however, we’re talking about Kanye’s Adidas signing, aka The Adidas Yeezy Boost. The Adidas Yeezy Boost first came to be in 2015, it’s fair to say it hit the scene hard and hasn’t shown any signs of slowing down. Legit, it’s common now for a new Yeezy release to fully sell out within 1 minute. You better have your hands ready to go on your mouse and keyboard at the time of release otherwise you’re going to miss out (and will have to buy some fake yeezys just to keep up with the trend). Currently there are 5 main yeezy styles available to the public right now, although we’ve seen how many mock up designs Yeezy has created and let’s just say there could be many many more lined up for production. The 5 main yeezys, and we’ll exclude fake yeezys as a category, are the Yeezy Boost 750’s, Yeezy Boost 350’s, Yeezy Boost 350 V2’s, Yeezy 700’s and most recently the Yeezy Boost 380, which is somewhat similar to the 350 line with a slight twist. The Yeezy Boost 750 was actually the first set of Yeezys released under Kanye’s adidas contract. It is said to be believed that Kanye supposedly took inspiration from an Australian shoe design, and even went as far to say at the time that he felt he was the most influential person in footwear. Definitely an ambitious statement at the time but as the days past the statement actually becomes more and more true. I mean think about it, if you shoe is so popular that entire factories will open up all around the world to try and create fake yeezys to get in on the hype then clearly you’re doing something right.

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