The adidas Originals YEEZY BOOST 750 "Triple Black" Ends up in an Outlet Store

A needle in a haystack.

By //Footwear

Last week, people went crazy when they discovered that Supreme T-Shirts were being sold in Kmart for $4 USD each. In another case this week, sneakerhead Josh Sta Ana stumbled across a pair of adidas Originals YEEZY BOOST 750 “Triple Black” as he was shopping in his local adidas outlet in the UK. Marked down to the price of £35 GBP (~$46 USD), the shoes lacked the original box and appeared to be scuffed due to being put on display.

It is suggested that the shoes were returned to the retailer long after its release and subsequently sent to an outlet or discount store to be liquidated alongside the rest of the unsold stock.

In other news, take a closer look at the leaked photos of the YEEZY BOOT 350 V2 in “Blue Tint” and “Semi Frozen Yellow.”

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