Kanye is finally fulfilling his promise. This year, the adidas Yeezy line will be fully mass-produced. Along with several new releases scheduled for the rest of the year, the brand will also re-release some of the most popular Yeezy colorways ever.
Back when Kanye West first joined forces with adidas, he made a promise. “Everyone who wants Yeezys will get Yeezys,” he said. Several years later, and we are still noticeably far from the rapper’s original goal. Now, it appears that prophecy is finally coming to fruition. Thanks to the YeezyMafia, we know that several of the most popular adidas Yeezy styles from the last few years are back in production, this time in much larger numbers, with some potentially reaching into the millions. While an increase in production is not necessarily a new concept for the Yeezy line, this kind of scale absolutely is. To this day, the most widely available adidas Yeezy release was the Beluga 2.0 350 V2, which dropped about 400,000 pairs worldwide. Quite large, but still a far cry from where Kanye and the Three Stripes want to be.
The adidas Yeezy restock season is set to begin in September with the “Cream” 350 V2, followed by the OG 700 in October. Then, the “Sesame” V2 will make its debut in the same month followed by restocks of the “Zebra” and “Yebra” 350 V2. Finally, Kanye and adidas will finish out the year with the launch of the “Salt” Yeezy 500 and “Kiwi” Yeezy Boost 700. Currently, none of these releases have received official drop dates, though they are expected to be revealed soon. Check out the images below for a quick refresher on the release order, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more information as it is available.