Even the most dedicated YEEZY disciple would have to concede that there are a lot of them out there. With Kanye and adidas continuing to drop new YEEZY colorways like there’s no tomorrow, and who can blame them, really, it’s pretty difficult to keep track of the special ones. But today, we’ve taken care of that difficult part for you.
We recently hit go-to marketplace eBay to pick out 10 of the YEEZY colorways that actually stood out, both aesthetically and investment-wise. From the new, sunglasses-demanding YEEZY 700 “Sun” to highlight iterations of the fan-favorite 350 V2, these are the YEEZYs that emerged triumphant from the wave of near-constant drops.
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A staple silhouette of the YEEZY lineup, the 350 V2 got this clay-hued makeover back in March 2019. Maintaining the signature features of the line, including the Primeknit upper and full-length Boost tech, this one was exclusive to certain North American cities.
Kanye and adidas unveiled the 700 silhouette to the world in 2017 and the “Wave Runner” was the first of the family. Bearing a color combo that has spawned various copycats, this OG is a future classic for sure.
They don’t come much more standout than the 350 V2 “Zebra”. And we don’t need to explain where this one got its name.
Most of us are still suffering the cold, dark days of winter, but adidas and Ye dropped a heavy dose of sunshine earlier this month with the YEEZY Boost 700 “Sun”. A sneaker that has us dreaming of summer days to come.
The V3 offered a fresh new spin on the 700 when it dropped late last year, adding a semi-translucent RPU cage and EVA midsole. The icy “Arzareth” is a perfect alternative if the “Sun” above is a little too hot for you.
Shopping standout YEEZY colorways doesn’t have to mean bright colors. We know that’s not for everyone. If that’s the case with you — enter, the 350 V2 “Yecheil”. YEEZY’s customary earth tones are nowhere to be found on this dark edition of the hugely popular silhouette.
The 500 first made an appearance back in 2017, a bulkier choice than usual for YEEZY fans and the first of the label’s sneakers to do away with adidas’ Boost technology. Taking cues from basketball sneakers, particularly for the sole, the lilac “Soft Vision” colorway is perfect for the upcoming spring.
We’re not done with the 350 V2 yet, and we’re guessing you’re not either. Counting the most colorway options of all YEEZY silhouettes, this is the trickiest line to navigate. The “Semi Frozen” dropped in 2017, and is the loud neon shoe your bland rotation may need.
Taking on a colorway synonymous with Nike and Jordan, the 350 “Bred” looks like it could be part of the uniform for future missions to the moon.
If you’ve made it this far, you should know that Kanye West and YEEZY are not always about the earth tones. Case in point: the 700 “MNVN Orange”, which released last year. Designers Christian Tresser and Steven Smith worked on the 700’s update, resulting in a new nylon upper overlay and loud graphic work.
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