As 2015 comes to a close, it’s safe to say that when it comes to sneakers, this was the Year of the Yeezys. In fact, Footwear News honored Kanye West with its “Shoe of the Year” award for the Yeezys earlier this month at the annual FN Achievement Awards.
Many tried to get their hands on the sneakers, few were successful. The tan Yeezy Boost 350s that dropped on Dec. 29 marked the fourth release of the 350s this year. West and Adidas also released two colorways of the Yeezy Boost 750, the 950 boots and the Yeezy Season 1 collection of apparel.
Such unprecedented hype brings hefty resale price tags. FN did some digging to find out how much sneaker consignment stores are charging for a pair of Yeezys.
Let’s start with the most recent tan Yeezy Boost 350s. On Stadium Goods’ site, the sneakers are priced as high as $1,395 for sizes 6, 6.5 and 7, and $1,245 for sizes 8 and 8.5. Flight Club also has a few sizes of tan 350s. The most expensive pairs are sizes 4, 4.5 and 10—they’ll set you back $1,500. A size 7.5 is $1,000.
The first Yeezy release this year was the 750 in gray, which are pricier on resale sites. Flight Club has a size 8 for $4,000, with other sizes coming in around $3,000. The same style is also $4,000 on Stadium Goods.
The 950 boots are a relative bargain compared to the sneakers. Many pairs are marked under $800; the original retail price was $625 for some of the boots.
The original 350 release—the Turtle Dove colorway—ranges in price from $1,500-$3,000 on Stadium Goods, Flight Club and Rare Pair, among others.
The good news is that the Yeezys aren’t completely gone. They’re out there, if you’re willing to put down the cash. Some are also selling their pairs via Instagram or eBay, but you should be wary of fakes.