What Is the Rarest Yeezy Boost 350 V2?


Here's a chart highlighting the rarity of Yeezy 350s.

I'll be honest, if someone asked me this question and I didn't have access to this chart, I'd be clueless. For one, adidas has only officially hinted at production numbers for one Yeezy Boost 350 V2 release.

In September 2018, adidas sent out an official press release to announce the largest Yeezy 350 drop to date. The colorway was the Cream Yeezy 350, and the drop happened right around the Kanye MAGA controversy.

According to rumors, it's said that adidas produced around 1 million pairs of Cream 350s. So, it's safe to say the Cream 350 is NOT the rarest Yeezy Boost 350 V2.

Kanye West definitely is a man of his word when it comes to his statement about everyone being able to own Yeezys one day. The Cream 350 proved that Kanye and adidas are both serious about "Yeezys for everyone."

On the flip side to adidas confirming the largest drop, adidas has never confirmed the most limited release. For hype and marketing, it seems like adidas would have considered announcing the most limited launch, but we have yet to see that day.

That's where popular Yeezy leaker comes into the conversation. Yeezy Mafia has been confirming Yeezy releases before adidas for years. The social media page also confirms other Yeezy related info.

It was rumored that someone from Kanye's team or adidas was involved with the account due to the ongoing leaks, but those rumors came to an end when Kim Kardashian called out the account on Twitter.

The account was suspended and also lost its blue verified check. However, the account has since then been reinstated, and continues to leak Yeezy info on forthcoming releases and production numbers.

Speaking of production numbers, Yeezy Mafia just released an updated rarity chart that highlights the most limited to most produced Yeezy Boost 350 V2s. As mentioned earlier in this article, the Cream colorway is the most produced.

As for the most limited, the Static 3M colorway is currently the most limited pair to date. The real question is how many pairs were produced? Unfortunately, Yeezy Mafia did not confirm a specific number.

I have a feeling adidas and Kanye don't plan on stopping the production of Yeezy 350s anytime soon, so it will be interesting to see if Static 3Ms remain the rarest Yeezy 350. Only time will tell.

Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments.

What Is the Rarest Yeezy Boost 350 V2?