How to Buy Old Yeezy Sneakers

No artist has contributed as much to society as Kanye West (now known as Ye). The Chicago-born rapper has revolutionized music and fashion in the 21st century. His adidas Yeezy sneakers competed (and, according to Ye, “jumped”) Jordan Brand.

What started as a lifestyle brand has now branched out into performance basketball shoes. Every night it’s common to see an NBA player dancing in Yeezy sneakers.

Unlike other brands, adidas and Ye have delivered on their promise to make Yeezy sneakers more readily available for purchase. One way to achieve this goal is through annual replenishments, known as YEEZY DAY. For one or two days in early August, adidas restocks old Yeezy sneakers on its website at the original sale price.

Adidas has confirmed that this year’s big day will take place on Tuesday, August 2 in North America. A second day for sneakerheads in Europe, Korea, Japan and China will take place on Wednesday August 3rd. Below are the models and colorways that would be restocked according to Sneaker News:

Yeezy Boost 350 – Dove

YeezyBoost 350 v2
– Oreo, Bred, Natural, Lin, Light, Earth, Zebra, Blue Tint, Hyperspace, Sesame, Ash Blue, Sand Taupe, Desert Sage, Mono Cinder, Mono Clay, Mono Mist, Mono Ice

Yeezy Boost 450
– Utility Black

Yeezy 500
– Super Moon, Clay Brown

Yeezy Boost 700
– Wave Runner, analog, Hi-Res Blue

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YeezyBoost 700 v2
– Vanta, Tephra, Hospital Blue, Static

YeezyBoost 700 v3
– Fade Carbon, Azael

Yeezy Slide
– Glow, Sheer, Linen

Yeezy foam runner
– Sand, Onyx, MX Moon Grey, MX Carbon, Vermillion

Yeezy KNIT RNR – Azure Fade

Some of the adidas Yeezy sneakers will be releasing next week.

Fans can purchase these rare sneakers from the YEEZY SUPPLY website, the adidas Confirmed app, and the adidas app. Stay locked in FanNation Kicks for the latest news, updates, and interviews.

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