Too late, Yeezy Boost 350s are sold out in the US

Adidas Yeezy Boost 350s
Source: Adidas

Even if you had $350 handy to drop on Yeezy Boosts, you're too late.

The Yeezy Boost 350 shoes, designed by Kanye West in collaboration with Adidas, sold out in the United States on Friday in less than two hours or roughly the amount of time it takes to listen to his new album twice.

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Adidas' website now directs customers to local retailers like Foot Locker and Finish Line and asks them to sign up to a mailing list to receive updates.

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NBC Bay Area reported that people waited in line for days for the restock. The shoes were originally released on Aug. 22 of last year. A local Yeezy fan told the news outlet that lines to enter lotteries for the shoes at retailers were at least 30 minutes to an hour long.

On Tuesday, reservations for the sneakers closed within 22 minutes.

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The outspoken West and Adidas have been collaborating on athleticwear for a while. Adidas Originals launched the Yeezy Season 1 clothing line back in late October.

In a series of tweets Tuesday, West thanked the sportswear brand for supporting his creative vision, saying the brand has made all the difference.

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Representatives for Adidas and West did not immediately respond to CNBC's requests for comment.