Kanye West is handing his divorce with little grace and a lot of retail therapy: Aside from taking Julia Fox (and himself) on multiple shopping sprees, the rapper’s Adidas Yeezy brand has been exceedingly generous with restocks, giving sneakerheads another opportunity to snag some original Yeezy models.
You’ll want to keep track of all the returning sneakers and slides, especially when missing out on their releases means paying premiums on the resale market. 14 shoes are expected from Yeezy this month alone — here’s all the release and pricing information you should know.
First released in 2018, the Yeezy Boost 700 V2 is one of the cleanest dad shoes out there. Reflective 3M details blend in with a silver, white, and gray upper as a hefty BOOST sole unit provides ultimate comfort. Expect pairs of this sneaker to go fast when they reappear exclusively on Adidas Yeezy and Yeezy Supply, retailing for $300 on March 5.
Two iterations of the classic Yeezy 350 Boost V2 sneaker are set to drop on March 5, with pairs releasing at SSENSE, Nordstrom, Finish Line, and of course, Yeezy Supply and Adidas Yeezy. An all-black “Onyx” version of the knit sneaker, as well as a mixed blue “MX Blue” iteration, will retail for $230.
Yeezy Slides have remained popular since their 2019 debut, and it’s not hard to see why: With a reasonable $55 price tag, easy on-and-off wear, and endorsements from Ye and the entire Kardashian clan, the slippers are a reliable go-to shoe for many people. Getting a pair through an Adidas drop, however, isn’t as reliable a process.
Three versions of the slippers — a black “Onyx,” light brown “Ochre.” and cream “Pure” — are expected to drop on March 7 at Yeezy Supply and international retailer Sole Academy. The “Pure” Yeezy Slide is also rumored to be stocked at Farfetch and Offspring, meaning you’ve got a better chance at copping that color scheme than the rest. Hope you can slide a W.
The Yeezy 350 Boost V2 sneaker is a fan favorite, so it’s no surprise that Adidas is restocking it in multiple colors. The all-white “Bone” version of the shoe is set to re-release on March 11, with pairs of the $230 sneaker available at Yeezy Supply and on Adidas’ Confirmed app. An all-black version of the shoe, topped off with a white stripe, is expected to follow up the release on March 12.
You won’t want to “mist” out on this Foam Runner drop, which is one of only new releases appearing throughout Adidas Yeezy’s restock frenzy. Two updated colors of the perforated slipper are set to drop on March 11, when pairs will be retailing for an increased $90 at Yeezy Supply and on Adidas’ Confirmed app.
Ye’s Yeezy Desert Boot is arguably better than some of his more recent sneaker-boot designs, and he’s giving you another chance to scoop up the OG model. The military-esque boot returns on March 14 with tan suede overlays, mesh underlays, a rugged sole unit, and a relatively-reasonable retail price of $200 — granted you’re able to grab a pair. Look out for the Desert Boot on Yeezy Supply and Shop Nice Kicks.
Perhaps the chunkiest offering of all, the Yeezy 700 V3 “Safflower” sneaker stands among one of Adidas Yeezy’s original models, with Kanye first teasing the shoe in 2018. A white cage wraps around most of the sneaker, revealing a striped yellow Primeknit upper underneath. Thick foam midsoles, paired with rubber outsoles, finish off the dad shoe design.
There’s not an exact date for when the Yeezy 700 V3 sneaker will return, although fans have speculated that the shoe will shock drop around March 18 with a retail price of $200. Pairs will be available in adult, grade school, and infant sizing, so sneakerheads should keep their eye out at Yeezy Supply and on Adidas’ Confirmed app.
The Yeezy Boost 700 “Waverunner” sneaker doesn’t have an official return date, yet fans are already coveting the Yeezy classic. As one of the less neutral Yeezy shoes — boasting teal, orange, and neon yellow accents throughout its gray, black, and white makeup — the sneaker can be appreciated by more than hypebeasts. Look out for a drop around the end of March at Yeezy Supply and on Adidas’ Confirmed app. Pairs could retail between $240 or their original $300 price tag.
Maybe even more polarizing than the Foam Runner is its knit counterpart, which returns soon in an updated gray and yellow color scheme. Slated for release on March 26, the “Stone Carbon” Yeezy Knit Runner will retail around $200 on Yeezy Supply.