Adidas and Kanye West have a new sneaker dropping on Saturday, so here's a handy guide to scooping 'em up.

The Adidas Yeezy Boost 750 "Light Brown" hits shelves this Saturday, October 15. At this point, if it feels like a Kanye West Yeezy Boost is dropping every week, that's not too far from the truth. Last time around fans were treated to an all-new 350 V2, which saw the upper modified and the overall design tweaked on the casual running style. The 750 was the first Adidas Yeezy Boost to hit the market, so this now marks the fourth iteration of the sci-fi-inspired high top, having previously seen it in light gray (white sole), all black, gray (gum sole), and now light brown, which arrives just time for fall stunting season. But as always, wearing these shoes isn't the hard part—it's buying them. Below is our guide to getting a pair of the Yeezy 750s this weekend without paying re-seller prices.


Enter the FollowingOnline Raffles

The idea of driving around for three days to different in-store raffles is enticing, but chances are you've only got time to register for raffles online or on Instagram. Here's all of the online raffles we know about right now, and a couple in-store raffles taking place at more than just one location.

End Clothing: Online Raffle

Hypebeast: Online Giveaway

Proper LBC: Online Raffle

Slam Jam Socialism: Online Raffle

Social Status: Online Raffle

Ubiq Philadelphia: Online Raffle

Wish Atlanta: Online Raffle

Try to Buy Them Online on Saturday

The odds aren't in your favor for raffles, but here's your last chance: Regular online shopping. Many of the sites will drop the shoes in an unannounced way, so if you're really determined, expect your Saturday morning to involve a whole lot of clicking.

Adidas: Time TBD (Typically at 11AM)

Eastbay: Time TBD

Kith NYC (Rumor): Last time around, Kith dropped the Yeezy 350 V2 on their site without any notice whatsoever.


How to Be a Faster Online Shopper

And now, as always, our handy dandy guide to improving your online shopping skills to be as efficient as (humanly) possible.

Check Your Internet Connection
Check out Speedtest.net to see how fast your internet is actually running. Then call your Internet provider to correct any issues or upgrade to the highest of high-speed connections. When thousands of ravenous customers all crash a website, even the smallest fraction of megabyte speed can make the difference.

Use the Buddy System
If you really want these shoes, increase your odds by telling some friends and family to try their best to get them at the same time you are. But don’t inundate them with tons of information, because chances are they don’t care. Simply send them a link, a specific time, the size you would like, and your credit card information.

Type Your Credit Card Info into a Word Doc
You don’t want to be the idiot who gets the sneakers in his cart, only to realize you can’t find your wallet. Write all of the info in a Word document, then simply copy and paste.

Resist the Urge to Refresh
Once a link goes live, remember that the site will be slow. There are way more people on the site than at any other time, all vying for a handful of sneakers. But the way these systems work is in order, so all refreshing will do is kick you to the back of the line. Be patient, hold your place, and make attempts to add your size to your cart about once every minute. Feverishly clicking on the same link won't help.

Or, Don’t Do Any of This
Sleep in, wait ’til these kicks hit the aftermarket, and pick them up for $1,000+ tomorrow afternoon. The choice is yours.

Should You Use a Bot?

Morality aside (paying for a robot to buy kicks faster than human hands can is kind a jerk thing to do), sites like Adidas's work tirelessly every day to prevent these bots from working. Be our guest, but just know that a $125 code is no guarantee you'll get Yeezys, anyway.