Supply and demand, the foundation in which our products and services trade was built upon, doesn’t always translate where the sneaker community is concerned. When considering shoes like, say, the adidas Yeezy Boost, demand clearly outweighs supply. But adidas is planning to change all that – as Kanye mentioned directly following his culture shifting leap from Nike to adidas.
According to TSG, retail sources that stock the adidas Yeezy Boost series have been informed that they’ll begin to receive upwards to four times more stock than they did in 2015. Some stores only received around 40 pairs of each shoe, which means if this information is spot on, and it applies to all past Yeezy retailers (and hopefully new ones), the percentage of people who actually score Yeezy’s is about to increase greatly, as we can expect somewhere around 200 pairs per shop. According to that same retail source, the next release where these increased numbers will be seen is February.
Sure, the supply and demand scales won’t exactly be balanced just yet, but it’s definitely a step in the right direction. Keep it locked for more on this story.