A Day After the Massive Adidas Yeezy Restock, There Are Still Plenty of Pairs Left

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Adidas restocked several Yeezy shoes to its online store on Monday, including some of the most popular looks to come from the partnership in sizing for the entire family. One day later, Adidas’ website has plenty of pairs remaining.

For instance, the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 “Static” is still available in several men’s sizes for $230, as is the Yeezy 450 “Stone Teal” for $210, the Yzy Qntm “Onyx” that comes with a $250 price tag and the Yeezy Boost 380 “Alien Blue Reflective” for $230.

As for kids’ sizing, styles with several remaining sizes include the Yeezy Boost 700 V2 “Static” for $180 and the Yeezy Boost 700 “Wave Runner” for $160.

Adidas ended its relationship with Kanye West, founder of the Yeezy brand, in October 2022 after the rapper made repeated antisemitic comments and wore a “White Lives Matter” shirt during Paris Fashion Week.

In May 2023, Adidas announced a plan to sell its $1.3 billion (or 1.2 billion euros) worth of Yeezy product it had been sitting on since the split, which included a donation of the proceeds to organizations representing people who “were hurt” by West’s comments and behavior.

And in February, Adidas stated it would sell its remaining Yeezy inventory in 2024, which includes products made in 2022, starting with the launch of the 350 V2 “Steel Grey.”

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