Yeezy 350: A Price Guide to Help You Choose

Yeezy 350: A Price Guide to Help You Choose

Do you need some help with choosing your next Yeezy 350? Read this brief overview on some of the costs to help you decide.

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Have you decided to invest in a new pair of Yeezy 350 sneakers? One of the most popular sneaker lines to ever come out Ye's visionary brand, these shoes officially debuted in 2016.

Their release marked the fifth piece of footwear to come out of the now-iconic partnership between Kanye West and Adidas. Engineered to be as comfortable yet eye-catching as possible, the 350s feature the brand's cushy Primeknit material, as well as other features including midsole cushioning and translucent side straps. 

When it comes to pricing, not all of these sneakers are created alike. Today, we're sharing a comprehensive pricing guide to help you make the best selection for your personal style budget

Budget-Friendly Yeezy 350 Sneakers

You don't have to break the bank to rock a great-looking pair of Yeezy 350s. Let's take a look at some of the more economically-priced models to browse and consider. These are all currently around $300 to $400, which puts them on the lower end of the pricing scale for this line. 

Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Clay 

Marketed as marathon running shoes, the Yeezy Boost 350 V2s are remarkably comfortable and designed to hold up against even the most rugged conditions.

While some color options are more expensive than others, the Clay colorway tends to be on the more cost-effective end. Featuring a muted peach tone, it also showcases pops of pastel pink, purple, and yellow. 

This sneaker is a great way to add a pop of color to your wardrobe without emptying your pockets. 

Yeezy Boost 350 V2 B37571

Some of the most easily recognizable sneakers in the Yeezy Boost 350 line, the B37571 model features a black and white Primeknit upper with SPLV-350 in reverse bright red font on the side panels. Though the exact meaning of these numbers and letters is unknown, many believe it to stand for either "Supply 350" or "Saint Pablo Loves You".

Love the look, but want it in black? Check out the CP9652 model instead. 

Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Euro-Exclusive Tail Light

Looking for a sleek silhouette in a neutral tone? This is another Yeezy Boost 350 V2 sneaker that looks great but costs less than other models. 

The Euro-Exclusive Tail Light colorway is a street-style shoe that you can wear to work, the gym, or a night out with ease. With a low-cut upper and lace closure, it's a perfectly versatile everyday sneaker. 

Mid-Range Yeezy 350 Sneakers

Want a pair of Yeezy 350s that fit comfortably in the middle of the price spectrum? The three models below will usually set you back between $500 and $600. 

Yeezy Boost 350 V2 America Exclusive-Earth

It can be hard to find a neutral pair of trendy sneakers that look great with anything and fall into a mid-range price point. The American Exclusive-Earth model is the exception. 

Swathed in a flattering shade of olive green/khaki, these lightweight running shoes offer the ultimate in all-day comfort. 

Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Cinder Reflective

Sometimes, you just need a pop of color to elevate a neutral sneaker to the next level.

You'll find exactly that in the Cinder Reflective colorway. The dark brown Primeknit upper is offset nicely by a streak of speckled silver and gray, which stands out against the otherwise stark palette and light brown rubber outsole. 

Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Yecheil Reflective

Another reflective Yeezy 350 V2 model, this pair is equally flashy and eye-catching. The Yecheil Reflective colorway features the same gray and white speckled design on the bottom portion of the upper, followed by an all-black Primeknit upper and a tongue flap offset by red, blue, and black patterns. 

These are sure to take your athleisure gear to the next level, so pack them in your gym bag before heading out!

Higher-End Yeezy 350 Sneakers

Finally, let's talk about some of the most expensive pairs of Yeezy 350s. While these might be an investment, you can rest assured that it will be money well spent. All of the shoes in the Yeezy line are expertly crafted to last forever, wear comfortably, and look great for years to come. 

The models below will typically range between $700 to $1,000 though some models can exceed that price point. 

Yeezy Boost 350 Oxford Tan

While the Yeezy Boost 350 Oxford Tan might come at a relatively high price point, you'll get a solid amount of wear out of these sneakers. The versatile tan color is the ideal everyday neutral, and the shoes also come equipped with a range of different features designed to cushion and cradle your feet all day long.

From the rubber sole to the tan Boost outsole, these sneakers work hard to keep you comfortable. Aesthetic features include the corresponding oxford laces, as well as the unique suede patches on each side. 

Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Black White

Remember the Yeezy B37571 models from earlier in the list? The Black White colorway features the same "SPLV-350" emblem but typically commands a higher price point. 

These sneakers are lightweight, cushy, and slip-resistant. Plus, the black and white color scheme truly goes with anything, so you'll find yourself reaching for this pair more often than you might expect.  

Yeezy 350 Cleat "Turtle Dove" Core

Whether you're an active soccer player or just want to look like one, the Yeezy 350 Cleats are a look to be reckoned with. The Turtle Dove Core colorway made quite a splash when it first debuted in 2016 and continues to be a best-seller. 

In large part, the popularity has to do with the way this shoe was revealed, and the drama that ensued. During the NFL season that year, Houston Texans Wide Receiver DeAndre Hopkins was first spotted sporting the pair. In response, the NFL fined Hopkins $6,000, citing that the sneakers didn't have a solid base color, which was a league requirement. 

His loss is your gain, as you can now buy a pair for your own closet! The tan and black colorway is neutral enough for daily wear but the cleats elevate the look. 

Shop Our Range of Yeezy 350 Styles

As you can see, there isn't a universal price tag that applies to all Yeezy 350 styles. Rather, the amount that you'll pay will vary depending on the colorway and style you select. While some might cost more, you'll reap the benefits in terms of durability and longevity. 

Looking for a way to save a little money as you shop for a new pair of Yeezys? Look for discounts and promotions through a reputable reseller, like us. We offer a range of authentic Yeezy 350s in our online shop, so check them out today!

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