The company cut ties with Ye in October after he made antisemitic and other offensive remarks online and in interviews.
The first batch of Adidas' remaining Yeezys went on sale Wednesday and appear to be available through Adidas' app “Confirmed.”
Adidas' Yeezy sneakers have been unavailable to shoppers since the brand ended its partnership with Ye following his antisemitic comments.
The company cut ties with the rapper last year over his antisemitic and offensive comments. Its “options are narrowing" on what to do with the unsold sneakers.
Adidas ignored Ye's "extreme behavior," the lawsuit alleges, and only generally told investors about the risks of doing business with him.
The sportswear giant said it was taking the allegations "very seriously."
Former Yeezy and Adidas employees accuse the rapper of workplace abuse and “intimidation,” according to a new Rolling Stone report.
The shoe company plans to relaunch the Ye-designed sneakers next year under a new name, saying it's "our IP."
Adidas has ended its partnership with Ye, the rapper formerly known as Kanye West, over his offensive and antisemitic remarks.
The announcement comes days after the rapper and designer was seen wearing a “White Lives Matter” shirt during Paris Fashion Week.