Kanye West‘s line of adidas Originals YEEZY BOOST include some of the most sought-after silhouettes for die hard sneaker fans all over the world. Having recently released a “Zebra” iteration back in February — then again in June — the resell price has now dropped from approximately $1,500 USD to around $500 to $550 USD according to StockX’s founder, Josh Luber in an interview with Sole Collector. The drop in resell price mainly has to do with distribution growth. When the adidas YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 “Zebra” initially hit the market, it was only exclusively available at YEEZY Supply and adidas accounts. Then when the shoe saw a wider market from the restock, prices went south.
Luber, however, sees the “Zebra” prices going back up. He states:
“It may take a little while before it starts going up significantly, and it may even drop down a little bit more—maybe it goes down to the mid-$400s, but over time it’ll go back up. I don’t think that’s necessarily the case for the Calabasas. It’s a completely different shoe.
It’s a shoe that is selling probably as much as any Yeezy 350 has ever sold, in terms of volume.”