Yeezy Status According to StockX
The Yeezy franchise is pretty popular; to say the least. The name Kanye West is synonymous with luxury and success. So, naturally, when he released a line of shoes over 8 years ago the world went wild with anticipation. The sneakers were an instant hit. And sneakerheads invested in Yeezus‘ creations, to a point where Yeezy resale prices became ridiculously high. Ever since sneaker culture has gone through expansion and evolution. And every year, Kanye West releases some new fantastic fashion that blows everyone’s mind.
The most notable change in sneaker culture was, going from camping out for sneakers, to ordering online. Now you wait up all night for that split second the sneakers drop so you, and tens of thousands of sneakerheads can start clicking like madmen. It’s controlled chaos, and die-hard sneakerheads live for these precious moments.
Low Supply, High demand, Sky-high value!
Naturally, with such high demand for Yeezys, they’ve gained quite the aftermarket value. Yeezys (Boost 350, 350 v2, 750, etc.) are guaranteed to fetch more than double their original purchase price. An investment in Yeezys is an investment in your future. To illustrate this point, we’ve compiled a list of Yeezy release prices, compared to their retail prices, according to one of the most popular sneaker exchange markets, StockX.
Yeezy Resale Prices going up? Sell Sell Sell!!!
The Yeezy boost 750 has seen 4 releases since its debut in 2015. The low-tops, Yeezy Boost 350 and 350 v2, have seen a total of 13 releases so far. Because of its rarity, the Yeezy Boost 750 usually resells for a much higher price. The data represents the average Yeezy resale prices from the year 2016 for all pairs of the Boost 750.
From the set of data presented in Stock X & Hihgsnobiety charts, we can easily tell that the Yeezy Boost 750 “Grey” colorway, has the highest resale value of the original line of Yeezy Boosts. Clocking in at $2,300 in November 2016.
The Turtledove Yeezy Boost 350, leads the way for the next generation. Consistently demanded a resale value close to $2,000 (2017). Coming right after, are the light brown Yeezy Boost 750 and the Beluga Yeezy Boost 350 v2.
The Yeezy boost 350 V2s are released in limited quantities, however, are still more available than the previous generations of Yeezys. We can notice a decrease in the resale value for the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 in 2016. However, those Yeezy resale prices tend to go higher again during Holiday Season. And it makes perfect sense. Who wouldn’t love a Yeezy as a Christmas gift?!
We’ve gone ahead and listed the most recent of the Yeezy resale prices according to StockX, below:
Ready to make some money?
Fans of the Yeezy franchise can find these sneakers on sale on StockX.com. We recommend shopping there if, overlooking the price, you want to be sure you’re getting the real Yeezys. And if you’re planning on making some good money out of your Yeezys you can sell’em there as well.
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