What Does “Widely Available” Mean When It Comes To Yeezys?


You may have heard: there’s a Yeezy releasing this Saturday. You know how it goes at this point: you’ll have to get up early to try your hand at getting your pair online after you took countless L’s raffling at the mall. You probably won’t get them, and the day will leave a bad taste in your mouth. You’ll say you’re done trying to get Yeezys … a resolution that’ll stick until the next drop comes around and you start the cycle again.

That’s just the way of the game. But rumor has it that the 350 Boost V2’s releasing this weekend may just be the most widely available pair yet. What does that mean? That’s a good question. Your guess is just as good as ours.

Sure, there might be more pairs made (whatever “more” is) … but if that’s the case there will be even more people trying to get them because they heard that these ones are “widely available”. So even if the rumors are true and these pairs were produced in greater numbers, you stand about the same chance of getting them as you did before. Ain’t that a bitch?

YZY SZN is cruel, and until we see otherwise, we’ll chose not to believe any of the rumors about the V2’s (or any other Yeezys for that matter) being more widely available. Getting your hopes up when it comes to Yeezys isn’t the play.


What do you think of the rumors about this weekend’s V2’s being more widely available? Do you think there’s any truth to them, or are they a load of crap? Hit us up and let us know on Twitter, check our Facebook page for daily updates, and, as always, be sure to follow us on Instagram for all the fire sneaker pictures you can handle.


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