Sneakerheads thought they had a chance this morning although many weren't so lucky.
When Kanye West left Nike for Adidas a few years ago, many were confused as to why he would do such a thing. For Kanye, it was a very easy decision as Adidas was about to let him do whatever he wanted. Now, Kanye has delivered numerous silhouettes to the brand and he even became a billionaire in 2020 as a direct result of his work with the three stripes. The one silhouette that has remained incredibly popular is the Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 and on Saturday, a classic colorway got a restock.
The colorway in question is the black and red "Bred" model which has been highly sought after over the years. Every time this sneaker is released, it is subjected to a ton of hype, and some unlucky sneakerheads, who get left out due to limited stock. With this latest restock, it's clear that some things just never change.
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These kicks were dropped early in the morning and as it turns out, very few people were actually able to get their hands on a pair. This led to lots of frustration amongst sneakerheads who immediately took to Twitter to declare their losses. It's a trend that occurs almost every Saturday now and between Jordan Brand and Yeezy, there are a lot of unhappy sneaker fanatics out there.
Check out what people had to say about the restock, in the comments below.