Although there will probably never be a decisive outcome in the debate surrounding the appeal of Kanye West's Nike sneakers versus that of his adidas sneakers, there's one thing that no one can argue with — the numbers.
In order to find out which Yeezy sneakers reign supreme on the secondary market, Highsnobiety has once again teamed with data experts Campless and illustrator Dan Freebairn of Kick Posters to break down the figures with an easy-to-read infographic. As usual, the numbers provided by Campless focus strictly on completed eBay sales only, which means none of those absurd $20k listings were accounted for.
As you'll see, the Nike Air Yeezy 2 remains the far-and-away winner, with each colorway taking the top three spots. Next, the "Black/Pink" Yeezy 1s make an appearance before February's adidas Yeezy Boost 750s slide into fifth place. The list is then rounded out by the remaining Yeezy 1 colorways and the "Turtle" 350 Boosts, as the "Pirate Black" 350s had not been released at this time.
One thing that's important to consider here is how time has played a major role in the increase of Nike Air Yeezy prices over the years. Like any sneaker, the value began to jump as soon as pairs started drying up. Not only that, but the attention surrounding Ye's jump from Nike to adidas resulted in a major bump in Air Yeezy values, as it quickly became clear that they would be the last Nike sneakers of their kind.
For more information on the madness surrounding Yeezy resell values including a breakdown of the numbers of pairs sold, head over to Highsnobiety now.