This Yeezy data post about the Yeezy Boost 750 Light Brown (or are we all calling it the Yeezy Boost 750 Chocolate? Damn you sneaker nickname-makers!) has more data than our last Yeezy data post, therefore, by the transitive property of data-driven blog posts, this is the greatest Yeezy data post ever.  Until our next one.

The Yeezy Boost 750 Light Brown / Chocolate is set to release this weekend.  Here’s the current state of Yeezy resell to keep you ahead of the game.

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Key Insights:

  • The V2 Beluga has leveled off at $763.  But, on release day, its average price was $810.  Meanwhile, October 1st-10th the average has dropped to $716.
  • The gap between the 2015 and 2016 350 Pirate Blacks has shrunk to almost zero
  • The NFL ban couldn’t help the Yeezy Cleat inevitably falling to retail.  If you’re still sitting on a pair we suggest putting them in a time capsule and hoping for the best.


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Key Insights:

  • All 750s have seen their resell prices steadily decline over the course of 2016 and again most recently with the announcement of the 750 Chocolate release
  • The 750 Black and Glow in the Dark are trading for pretty much the same price
  • From February to September, the gap between the 750 Light Brown and the other colorways has decreased dramatically but is still almost $1000

Moving Forward

There are already Asks on StockX for the new Yeezy Boost 750 Light Brown Gum / Chocolate as low as $1600 for a size 10.  See the screenshot below.  Ready to get in on the action? Ask and Bid right HERE.

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