It’s never easy to predict resell prices especially for a shoe as hyped as the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 ‘Black’. Here is a colourway that seems to be universally loved. There’s very little criticism to be found online – the same can’t be said for previous styles from Kanye West.

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Given even the most controversial of Yeezys have been quick to sellout, just how difficult will it be to cop this stealthy pair?! Many are suggesting that resell prices are likely to go through the roof following that launch on Saturday, June 8th.

To find out whether that is a likely outcome, we put the question to all of you!

A Twitter poll via @thesolerestocks asked, “How much resell would you pay for the upcoming Yeezy 350 Black”.

Racking up over 2,000 votes, this should give a fair estimate as to how much people are willing to pay in the event that they don’t manage to cop!

Surprisingly, more than 55% of you would “not pay a penny over retail”. As one user commented, “retail or nothing is the name of my game”. It seems many of you are leaving it all down to lady luck. If you get a win via raffle or the adidas online release, great, but if you don’t, then it won’t be an option to trawl the listings on eBay. Instead, you’ll move on and accept defeat!

Others won’t be so quick to accept a loss on the Yeezy 350 V2 Static Black Non-Reflective.

According to that poll, a whopping 44% will be trawling eBay and other resell platforms in order to secure a pair. Of those, 27% are willing to pay up to £350 and 11% would pay as much as £500!

Given stock numbers aren’t yet confirmed, it’s impossible to know just how high resell prices will go for the Yeezy 350 V2 All-Black. That said, some of you (6% to be precise) will be happy to part with more than £500 just to own a pair!

Join the discussion via @thesolerestocks and have you say on this upcoming ‘SPLY-350‘. Otherwise, more updates including stock numbers are expected soon – stay tuned!

Images via @yankeekicks