The Yeezy Boost Isn't the Most Valuable Sneaker This Year (So Far)

Campless and Kick Posters team up for these infographics depicting the most valubale and best selling sneakers of 2015.

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Data wizards Campless have once again teamed with High Snobiety and Kick Posters to deliver a break down of how 'heads are spending their cash on sneakers in 2015, and some of the figures may surprise you. 

While the adidas Yeezy 750 Boost has been the most buzzed about sneaker of the quarter, it's not actually the most valuable. That distinction belongs to the Nike Air Foamposite One "Tianjin," with the China-exclusive release bringing in an average of $1,694 per pair. The Yeezy Boost comes in second, with other 2015 heavyweights like the Air Jordan 2 "Just Don" and Air Foamposite One "Chromeposite" filling in the remaining top spots.

Even more surprising is which sneakers are bringing in the most total cash. The Yeezy Boost sits high atop of the throne, with a whopping $1,882,475 in eBay sales thus far. Other top sellers include the remastered Air Jordan IV "Columbia" and Nike KD7 "Aunt Pearl."

Take a look at the complete infographic below and stay tuned to see which kicks dominate in the year's second quarter.


[via High Snobiety]