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Yeezy Season 1 Is Now Officially On Sale

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It's been nearly three months since Yeezy Season 1, the collaborative fashion project between Kanye West and Adidas, hit stores. While the award-winning sneakers from the collab have sold out instantly, the pricey apparel and — more surprisingly — the duck boots have not.

A quick Google Shopping search for Yeezy Season 1 shows that there are still plenty of sweatshirts, sweaters, jackets, and Yeezy 950 boots to be had. It's not so hard to imagine why the $1,800 bomber jacket and the $2,300 "destroyed" sweater are still in good supply. It is curious that the $585 backpack is still easy to find (despite the higher price tag, accessories are usually the first to go in collaborations). The least expensive piece, a $120 cotton sports bra, is also still in stock.

Ssense still has a massive selection of the collection at full price, while MyTheresa and MatchesFashion have both discounted pieces by 30%. Barneys also has a massive selection, almost entirely discounted.

Earlier this week, Ye promised future Yeezy collections (whose clothing will not be produced by Adidas) will be more affordable. "We're gonna get them lower," he told TMZ, "next season."