With the adidas Yeezy Boost‘s impending online release, sneaker data company Campless has teamed up with Highsnobiety to explore the coveted model’s resale value ahead of its launch. After its retail release in New York last weekend, the Yeezy Boost quickly found its way onto the resale market, reaching astronomical heights in mere seconds — some pairs were reported to be selling for quadruple the amount of the suggested $350 USD retail price. To no surprise, Campless revealed that eBay stands as the frontrunner for moving the largest number of Yeezy Boosts, pushing over 400 deadstock pairs at an average price of approximately $1,600 USD, with platforms like Facebook, Flight Club and Sole Collector following suit. With just over 380 listings currently on eBay at an average price of $2,300 USD, we’ll undoubtedly see a pair of adidas Yeezy Boosts break the highest bid benchmark which stands at $5,200 USD. Interestingly, the adidas Yeezy Boost also had a positive knock-on effect on the resale value of the Nike Air Yeezy, boosting sales and prompting collectors and resellers alike to part ways with the Nike version. Share your thoughts on the resale value of the adidas Yeezy Boost below, and check out Highsnobiety for more information.