Why Adidas' Latest Yeezy Boosts Might Just Be The Most-Difficult-To-Obtain Trainers Of 2017

Good luck getting the "Zebras"

adidas and Kanye West's latest collaborative trainer is likely to be the duo's most wanted yet, after the announcement that the Yeezy "Zebras" will be even scarcer in numbers than usual.

So that's pretty scarce, then.

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While you'd be forgiven for thinking that the sneaker zeitgeist had moved past the Yeezy Boost 350; a design that first debuted two years ago (ancient in hyped trainer terms), it seems like as long as adidas release them, people will sell their souls for a pair of sweet, sweet knitted validation.

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The reason behind the scant availability of this latest iteration comes down to the fact that adidas will be releasing them exclusively through its own stores and websites - as opposed to the chosen third-party retailers that it usually allows to carry stock. Thus making them all the more desirable for people who care about that sort of thing.

If these sound like the trainers for you, then you're going to have to stay vigilant, friend. The Yeezy Boost 350 "Zebras" go on sale this Friday, 25 February, priced at £150.

Although you'll probably be able to buy a new car with how much people will be paying resellers for these most-coveted of kicks.