Kanye West Launches Digital YEEZY Sneaker Archive

Unfortunately, it’s not a restock.

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Just days after the YEEZY BOOST 700 “Wave Runner” restock was postponed, a mysterious update occurred on the YEEZY SUPPLY site. With no recent word on YEEZY drops, many may have hoped this was another chance to grab the brand’s must-have shoes.

Clickable photos of every single YEEZY sneaker to date surfaced on YEEZY SUPPLY, granting viewers a closer look, colorway information and a space to enter an email address. Unfortunately, those hoping for another chance at long-since sold out shoes like “Pirate Black” 350s and “Core Black” 350 V2s will be disappointed to learn that the selection on display is viewing purposes only. The site’s multitude of sneakers is only an archive of the past YEEZY drops, and the email sign-up will likely be used for notifications of upcoming drops instead of past colorway restocks.

Take a look at the archive on YEEZY SUPPLY’s website.

Most recently Kim Kardashian and Brad Hall starred in new YEEZY campaign imagery.

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