by Gerald Flores
The Yeezys might have actually jumped over the Jumpman.
Two of the summer's biggest sneaker releases— the adidas 350 Yeezy Boost and the "Shattered Backboard" Air Jordan 1— dropped this past weekend and have officially hit the aftermarket. Sneaker statistiicians Campless broke down how both styles are selling. Turns out the Yeezys have been outperforming one of the summer's most hyped Jordans in terms of average resale price and amount of sales in the past 10 days. Not only that, resale prices of the Yeezy 350 Boost have been on the rise, while resale prices of the Shattered Backboards have been dwindling. Check Campless' graph below for the full breakdown.