Yeezy Resale Prices: The Ultimate GOAT guide

November 14, 2017

Introducing King Yeezus!

The resale market of Yeezy Boost 350, Yeezy Boost 350 v2, and Yeezy Boost 750 is booming, and Yeezy Resale prices are sky-high. Business is better than ever! So, if you’re in the business of reselling sneakers, then you’ve chosen a great career path. And if you’re just getting started congratulations! You’ve chosen the perfect time to jump in.

It’s been 8 years since Kanye West released his first pair of sneakers. Fashion has always been a passion of the producer/rapper. From Louis Vuitton to Nike to Adidas, every company he touches turns to gold. Fans just can’t get enough. And it’s no wonder. His designs are exciting and innovative. Plans for future releases are always announced ahead of time to build hype, and there is a healthy ecosystem of aftermarket retailers and leak hunters. His high-end fashion show “Yeezy Season” consistently draws attention from the local media and internet news outlets.

Yeezy Resale Prices available on Goat

We’ve put together a nice little guide, to give you guys an idea on the Yeezy resale prices of the most popular designs; the boost 350, 350 v2, and 750. The data collected comes straight from one of the most popular sneaker resale websites, GOAT (Greatest Of All Time). You’ll see that from 2015 to 2017 the prices of Yeezys from retail to resale always double in price – at a minimum. Many pairs hold a value of over 200% their original price. For a dedicated sneakerhead or professional reseller, there is no better investment than a new pair of Yeezy Boost.

Yeezy Resale Prices: 2015 Releases

Kanye West signed a deal with Adidas and hit the ground running. The Yeezy Boost 750 represented a new era in the line of Yeezy fashion. A high-top suede sneaker with Adidas Boost technology. Fans were excited, and the resale price of the Yeezy Boost 750 is among the highest of all Kanye’s sneakers. In addition to 2 Yeezy Boost 750s, Adidas and Kanye introduced, in that same year, 4 designs of the Yeezy Boost 350. The new Yeezy Boost 350 was a pleasant alternative to the high-top design of the 750, featuring a low-top design and patterned primeknit uppers. The most notable designs sold out in a mere matter of minutes.

2016 Releases

In 2016, Kanye West and Adidas introduced the revamped style to the popular Yeezy Boost 350. He called it Yeezy Boost 350 v2. Every sneaker in the 2016 run of Yeezy Boost 350 v2 features a colored stripe and the patented “SPLY-350” logo on the outer wall. We also saw the final run of sneakers released in the line of Yeezy Boost 750; one of which happens to glow in the dark… which is really awesome!

 2017 Releases

In 2017, Kanye West redesigned the successful brand of Yeezy Boost 350 v2. This new line features the reintroduction of the heel-tab seen in Yeezy Boost 350 models. The heel-tab is a popular feature among sneakerheads, mostly due to the awesome profile it gives the sneakers. However, it comes in handy when you want to slip the Yeezy Boost 350 v2 on your foot without potentially warping the body or ripping the Primeknit upper. It was a genius move (like we’d expect anything less from this generation’s Einstein) and went over very well.

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Our Advice

If you’re looking for a new pair of Yeezys on the aftermarket, you better start saving. As you can see, it’s a reseller’s market and everyone is in to win! And if you need more information on Yeezy resale prices, check out our StockX Reselling guide!
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