How to cop Yeezy Blue Tints

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Yeezy Blue Tints

Releasing on footsites this Saturday!

The final YEEZY Boost 350 V2 of the year, the Blue Tints, is set to release this Saturday 16th December at 10am EST (3pm GMT). This will be the seventh (including the Zebra restock) and last release of 2017 of this version of the shoe.

All but the Yebras have released on the footsites and our most recent success with the Beluga 2.0 on Saturday 25th November saw customers copping over 15,000 pairs of the shoe. The stock levels for the Blue Tints is wedged somewhere in-between the Triple Whites and the Beluga 2.0, so don’t miss out on your chance to cop a pair with SoleSlayer!

If you are a new customer, you can use SLAYER10 for a discount, or if you would like to upgrade, you can use YEEZYUP10.

How to set up SoleSlayer for the Blue Tints

A detailed guide for another hyped release!

There are many different ways to run a successful release using SoleSlayer, and this guide aims to help you run it the best you possibly can.

Firstly, you need to decide whether you want to run a Smart Release (guest) or Standard Release (accounts) – we recommend using a Smart Release as it is easier and quicker to set up and outperforms Standard and does not require accounts.

Proxies are required and we recommend using a maximum of a 2:1 task to proxy ratio (for example: 10 tasks to 5 proxies); if you can, run a 1:1 task to proxy ratio. Using good proxies is key and there are many excellent and reliable proxy providers available. On the subject of proxies, we recommend using a Global Proxy for each release you create. We recommend running as many tasks as your SoleSlayer tier/computer can support (as long as you have a sufficient number of proxies).

The product links for each footsite will be available as soon as they are added to each footsite; this is usually 12hrs prior to the release. They will be posted here or you can copy the Yeezy Blue Tints link directly from the footsite into SoleSlayer. We recommend starting SoleSlayer 15-20 minutes before the release – ‘waiting for countdown’ will be displayed about 10 minutes prior to the release.

Highly anticipated releases can often run for several hours, so we recommend keeping your software running as long as you are able to.

Make sure you take a look at all the documentation available for SoleSlayer and learn how to run a release correctly here.

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