For many sneakerheads, every Yeezy release seems like it’s the most limited drop of the year. The L’s are abundant, and the resell game is strong. Believe it or not, the production numbers do vary pretty drastically depending on which colorway of the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 is in question.
Sneaker Twitter’s favorite source for all things Yeezy, the Yeezy Mafia, has created a chart breaking down the rarity of each release of the 350 V2 so far. A quick look at the chart confirms that the “Semi Frozen Yellow” pair is the most limited to date with the three pairs from Black Friday 2016 coming in a close second in terms of rarity. Maybe the most surprising visual is the insane amount of pairs produced of this past weekend’s “Beluga 2.0” in comparison to the more rare releases. The second highest produced pair? The “Blue Tint” colorway releasing Dec. 16. Maybe Kanye’s promise is finally coming true.
Although the chart does not give specific production numbers, it is still a pretty interesting graphic nonetheless. Take a look at the complete chart below.
UPDATE (02/22): Yeezy Mafia has released an updated rarity chart for every Yeezy Boost 350 V2 released so far. The “Static 3M” is now the most limited, while the “Cream White” colorway is now the most produced pair following its massive restock in 2018. Check out the full chart below.