The decade might be nearly over, but that doesn’t mean that there still aren’t plenty more of Kanye West’s Yeezy trainers left to drop before the end of the year.
The likes of the Yeezreel reflective, Yecheil, and Yeezy Boost 700 v3 are, at the time of writing, set to be released in a matter of days.
With Yeezys notoriously difficult to get your hands on, according to Ladbrokes, the odds are 2000/1 that you’ll be able to buy any in the raffle – which is a popular option for fans of the shoes.
Entering a Yeezy raffle gives Yeezy lovers the chance to purchase the coveted shoes, and raffles are known to be offered by a variety of retailers.
If you want to try your luck, The Sole Supplier has a page full of open raffles for a variety of trainers brands – including any coveted Yeezys currently on offer.
George Sullivan, CEO The Sole Supplier, previously told the Evening Standard on the subject: ‘Most global retailers sell their Yeezy stock via a raffle. However, the good news is you don’t need to buy a ticket…
‘You can enter your details on the retailer’s website, Instagram or other social media channels and when it closes, the retailers randomly select winners.
‘It’s possible to enter more than once on some sites, but you need to be careful as some retailers are very strict on this.
‘While the stock for raffles is, of course, limited, if this really is your dream pair of creps, you could ask friends or family members to enter too (as long as you can guarantee they won’t try and keep them for themselves if they win!)’
You can also keep an eye on the official Yeezy website for more raffles to join for select trainers, or take your chances with other more conventional shopping methods while stocks at the likes of Foot Locker, Yeezy Supply and Adidas last.