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This week, Kanye and adidas fans were greeted with some unexpected news: the Yeezy Boost 350 v2 Black is scheduled to restock on Black Friday. The classic colorway first released back in June and it instantly became one of the most sought-after sneakers in Yeezy’s vast anthology. Now, buyers will have a second chance to cop this beloved colorway at retail. Meanwhile, on StockX, news of the restock is already shaking up market prices, as buyers and sellers react to the imminent increase in supply.
The Rolex Explorer is a prolific watch. It’s one of those been-everywhere-done-everything type of watches that Rolex is known for, but retains a preternatural under-the-radar vibe that eludes many modern watches, Rolex or otherwise. It’s not the most expensive, and certainly isn’t the flashiest, but the Explorer is arguably a cornerstone of the brand, and serves as something of a barometer for all Rolex professional models.
The Jordan 4 Retro What The is set to release this weekend, marking the first time Jordan Brand has released a sneaker carrying the monumental “What The” title. Popularly affiliated with Nike Basketball, the “What The?” series has become one of the brand’s most recognizable concepts. When a sneaker receives the “What The?” treatment, the design blends different colorways, themes, and inspirations all into one silhouette. This upcoming release, and how it ranks in the universe of past “What The?” releases, has sparked considerable debate over at StockX World HQ. So we decided to create a list of some of our favorite “What The?” models of all time. Here is our official “What The?” Top 5: