Reservations For Light Grey Yeezy Boost 750 Close In 55 Seconds

Yeezy Boost 750 Light Grey Release
Adidas Originals Yeezy Boost 750 light grey.
Courtesy of brand.

The Adidas Originals Confirmed app closed less than a minute after it opened for reservations.

The sneaker reservation app opened at 4 p.m. EDT Wednesday, allowing customers the opportunity to try to reserve a pair ahead of the June 11 release date. Adidas Originals sent out a tweet that the app was open, and 55 seconds later, the brand tweeted that reservations were closed. This is by far the quickest sellout on the app.

During the last release of the black Yeezy Boost 350s, the app was open for 22 minutes. For the prior two releases — the tan 350s and black 750s — the app was open for about 10 minutes.

Adidas Confirmed App Yeezy Boost 750 The Adidas Confirmed app sent out this message when all pairs of the light grey Yeezy Boost 750s were reserved. Courtesy Image.

Adidas Originals made some major changes to the app in order to make it more fair for customers, but many are likely left empty-handed. Originally available only in Los Angeles, New York and Chicago, the app has now been expanded to more U.S. and European cities, which clearly translated into an incredibly high influx of people attempting to get the sneakers.

The shoes will be released in select retailers worldwide, as well as on the Adidas website, on Saturday.

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