Believe it or not, there was a time long ago when Yeezys sold out in seconds. A time when Yeezys did not sit on shelves. We like to refer to these times as the golden days of Yeezys. This March, Yeezy fans will receive a release that will take them back to that time. Sleep […]
The Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Butter Will Drop This Month
Limited releases are the cause of high anxiety and anticipation in sneakerheads. Yes, when we learn that stock is limited, we prepare for the release as if it’s doomsday. That’s because we know what’s coming: high resale prices. Hopefully, that’s not the case when the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Butter releases.
Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Butter
— YEEZY MAFIA (@theyeezymafia) June 11, 2018
This Yeezy Boost 350 V2 took a while to get to its simple name. Rumored names like Ice Yellow and Peanut Butter were options until settling for Butter. Ignoring the fact that these names come straight out of your kitchen, anticipate the refreshing bright color of the sneakers that will bring summer to your feet. But just how limited will they be?
With a retail price of $220, these sneakers will be releasing in Adidas stores, Yeezy Supply, and select retailers. But once they’re sold out, Y’all know what’s coming: high resale prices. As of now, you can find this colorway on sale for an average sales price of $650 on StockX. Unlike the Yeezy 500, Yeezy Boosts maintain a high resell price.
With Yeezy 500 coming without Boost material, the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Butter serves as a nice reminder that Yeezy Boost is what started it all for the Adidas Yeezy line. Moreover, this is the first Yeezy Boost to drop in 2018, so it’ll be no surprise if it sells out immediately.
But based on some recent information, Kanye’s promise about increasing Yeezy Boost production may be coming true. Two weeks ago, the Yeezy Mafia announced that there will be millions of Cream Whites releasing this July. So if you just want to get on the Yeezy Boost bandwagon, and own a pair just to be part of the Ye family, then wait to cop the Cream Whites instead. Except if you live in Canada or Australia.
How to Cop
The first step to copping the Yeezy Boost is knowing where it’ll drop. Checking sites like SoleLinks can give you insight on how different stores will release the shoe. A piece of advice: Adidas and Yeezy Supply are where you should invest your proxies, and a bowl of popcorn.
With that being said, look out for June 30th and good luck copping the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Butter. Hope it doesn’t slip away like the other 10 kicks you could have copped using sneaker proxies.