The Adidas Yeezy 350 V2 Carbon is dropping officially on October the 2nd and just like its predecessors, the shoe will retail for $22o. The shoe features a combination of Black and Grey tones on its primeknit upper with a solid lack stripe on the lateral side as well as matching laces. Completing the design is the traditional boost midsole for maximum cushioning. Today we’ll attempt to figure out the possible number of pairs made of this colorway and its current resale value. Prior to the Covid-19, Adidas used to provide us with a list of the stockists receiving an inventory. I went on the brand’s official website to gather up some data and came found nothing to work with. So I decided to lean on information I collected prior to the pandemic. When the Yeezy 350 V2 Yecheil was released, we were provided with the number of stores allocated an inventory, see numbers below,
In Europe, a total of 374 were allocated
The overall number of stores allocated in Asia is about 179
In Australia and New Zealand 15 stores were allocated
The total from Africa was about 21 and Canada and South America combined for a total of 85 stores
Notice that I purposely didn’t include North America. What I’ll do is create some assumptions based on the information above and hopefully we can come up with a believable estimate for North America.
- We’ll give a total of 120 pairs per store ( even though I’m assuming that everything will be done virtually)
- We’ll also take into consideration that the online stores will receive an additional 1/3 of the inventory the physical stores normally receive
- We’ll also assume that the rest of the world will receive about 2/3 of the inventory which leaves the USA with 1/3
Number of Adidas Yeezy 350 v2 carbon ( physical stores)=Europe( 374 *120) + Asia (179 *60)+Australia (15 *120) + Africa (21 * 120)+ Canada ( 43x 120) South America (42 x 120)=70140
Online allocation= 70140/3=23380
Rest of the world allocation=70140 + 23380= 93520
The USA allocation will therefore be 93520/=467603 let say 48,000 pairs
and the Grand total number of pairs produced could be : 93520 +48000=141520 let say 140,000 pairs
PS: As you all know, I always have to add this disclaimer because every single projection that I make is purely based on assumptions that I have set. It is meant to give you an idea of what to expect, I don’t work any of these brands/retailers I mentioned and have no access to their numbers. I’m only using what is available to create plausible assumptions.
Now let’s figure out what the current resale value of the Yeezy 350 asriel is.
The chart above gives you a breakdown of the average resale value per day between September the 29th and October the 1st. I don’t think there is much to discover her, this is pretty straightforward. The resale value will probably sit within the ($290-$300) interval, let’s just say $300. I checked for any possible outliers and the only size that yielded to an unusual resale value was size 13.5, see details in chart below, “resale value by size”
Like I mentioned earlier most sizes will probably have a resale value within the ( $290-$300) range. Size 13.5 was the only irregular one, and that’s because it’s not a very common size. Its current resale value is $352, and that’s the highest in the collected data. Folks can expect their profit margins so fall within the ($30-$40) for mark ups within the (13%-17%); not the greatest margins but I’ll let you decide whether this is worth buying for resale purposes.
The shoe is certainly going to sell out via retail.
- Release Date:10-02-2020
- Style Code:FZ5000
- Color:Asriel / Asriel / Asriel
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