In 2015, Kanye West made a rather ambitious promise by stating that eventually anyone who wants a pair of Yeezys would be able to get them.
While we’re still far from being able to walk into a store and picking them off shelves, which is the current status of most of Jordan Retro product, the quantities of each successive release seems to increase over time.
According to this rough infographic by dedicated fansite The Yeezy Mafia, the release quantities for the Yeezy Boosts have gone up since the triplet of Yeezy Boost drops on Black Friday, although it should be mentioned that this does not include the Yeezy Boost 350 v1 releases (although it is very likely that they are far more limited) and that it took a full on restock of the Zebra pair to fulfill that number.
Re-sale prices of Yeezys still float at a figure more than double the retail price, but overall those figures have dropped as the quantities have increased. There’s still a lot of distance to cover if adidas and Kanye West truly want to make Yeezys available for everyone.
Above: Tentative Yeezy releases for Holiday 2017
For now, the only confirmed Yeezy releases for 2017 are the Beluga 2.0 (October), Blue Tint (December), and Semi-Frozen Yellow (December); the “Dark Green” colorway has been cancelled.