This Saturday, November 25 fake yeezys, 2017, all fans of Yeezy were at the cleat for cop the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Beluga 2.0. If some have not managed to get it, the pair of Kanye West and adidas was the most “simple” Yeezy to buy. So much so that resale prices have never been so low.
Unlike the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Semi Frozen Yellow, announced as the rarest and hardest pair to cop, the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Beluga 2.0 has made a lot of happy. Around 90,000 pairs of sneakers fake yeezys would have been on sale this Saturday, November 25, 2017.
If all motivated to cleat at 9am have not necessarily got the sneaker of Kanye West and adidas, there has never been so many “W” (win) and order captures on Twitter or Instagram. Many buyers have even managed to buy two pairs, or even three or four for some. All without the help of any bot. And that’s good.
Resellers are mugging
Seen as a sure bet, the Yeezy has always been a pair as adored as it is bought to make money selling it. Except that fake yeezys with so many pairs on the market and so many buyers left with their precious, the resale price has never been so low.
Just take a look at eBay or resell specialized websites to find Beluga 2.0 around 300 euros quite easily. A substantial sum, we agree, but higher than “only” 80 euros compared to its original price (220 euros). A first for a Yeezy. For comparison, Cream White (new) resale on average between 450 and 600 euros, while Zebras (new) around 600-700 euros per pair. Not to mention older models such as the Oxford Tan fake yeezys or Turtledove, which can go up to more than 1,500 euros without problems.
Happy shoppers and resell pros who get the hang of it, that’s good news. Enjoy it, it should not happen soon. And probably not with the next Yeezy 350 V2, the Blue Tint, expected for December 16th.