The Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Sneakers Are Very Popular

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Five seasons of Yeezy have officially come and gone, and the hype hasn’t died down one bit. Each and every sneaker release that's come from Kanye West's Adidas collaboration has been a huge deal, and the latest drop was no different. Are the Yeezy Boost 350 V2s sold out? The latest “Zebra” version proved popular, yet again.

At the time of publication, the kicks had completely sold out on the Adidas website. The website states that you can still check local retailers to find the shoes in-store, but I wouldn’t hold my breath if I were you. According to High Snobiety, this was an extremely limited launch, so, unfortunately, the chances of finding a pair of these black and white sneakers is even more rare than usual. According to the Adidas website, the U.S. has four locations carrying the shoe. They’re located in Aventura, Los Angeles, New York and Miami. So, if you live near one of those locations and feel like trying your luck, head on out to your local Adidas Originals store!

The sneakers retailed for $220, which partially explains their popularity. The other shoes and clothing items in the various Yeezy seasons are not quite so affordable. For instance, you can find a pair of those amazing clear boots for $925 on the Yeezy Supply website. Like the look of the combat boots instead? Cough up $445, please. That definitely explains why folks try to snatch a pair of way more affordable Yeezy Boosts any chance they can!

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These are immensely cool, so consider yourself lucky if you were able to get your hands on them!

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There's no bad angle. They're awesome, no matter how you look at them.


You'll be matching Kim K and the crew when you sport these shoes.

Are these West's masterpiece? Some would say so.


Of course, folks are already re-selling these kicks online. They are currently going for $1,379.99 on eBay which is about $1,100 above the original asking price.

Just how badly do you want to get these on your feet? Well, that's up to you and your wallet!