You Can Now Finance Kanye West's Boost Sneakers

Kanye West - H 2015
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Kanye West - H 2015

And Yeezy fans everywhere said, "Amen."

Are you a dedicated Yeezy fan? Are you in dire need of a new pair of sneakers? Are you currently suffering from a restricted cash flow? 

If you answered "yes" to any or all of the above, sneaker retailer Flight Club is here to help. Thanks to a new financing option, you, too, can own a pair of Kanye West's Yeezy 750 Boosts sooner rather than later.

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Forget saving up your hard-earned cash to make the $2,250 payment in full (or, you know, buying cheaper kicks). Instead, try making monthly payments on those badass shoes. With interest rates between 10 and 30 percent, you can bet that your Boosts will probably be out of style by the time you finish making your payments — but that's not the point here. 

Kicks on Fire did the math for us, and at a 30 percent interest rate, those fresh sneaks will run you a cool $3,000 after tax. Worth it.