Due to the extremely limited nature of most Yeezy’s, using a bot is sometimes the only way you can get your hands on a pair for retail along with some good quality proxies. There are a bunch of bots that claim to be the best Yeezy bots, but what ones actually work?

best yeezy bots


All of these bots are the ones that are performing best right now, this list is likely to change in time so it will be updated as necessary. So here are our 5 best yeezy bots.

Kodai: The best Yeezy bot in 2021

Kodai is arguably the best Yeezy bot right now, Kodai’s very high success rates on Shopify sites and Footsites is why it’s in first place. Kodai is very consistent and it’s users cook tons of Yeezy’s. Kodai is very expensive and will cost you about $5,000 to buy, you then have to pay $34.99 a month.

If you have a high budget for buying a Yeezy bot, then Kodai is definitely a wise choice. Kodai is fairly easy to use and even a complete beginner should be able to navigate their way around the bot after an hour of practise.

Kodai is a good choice for both American and UK botters as it supports and cooks sites from both regions.  Apart from it’s high resale cost and occasional flop, there isn’t much else you can fault Kodai for. 

– Keys can be sold
– Costs a monthly fee of $34.99
– Suitable for UK and US users

Hawk Mesh, a great Yeezy bot in Europe

Hawk Mesh is the best Mesh bot on the market right now. Hawk only has around 150 users, it is extremely limited and almost a private bot. Hawk supports Footpatrol, Size, JDSports as well as the Hipstore, these sites regularly drop Yeezys.

It also supports all the European versions of these stores, making it perfect for anyone in the EU looking to cop Yeezys. Hawk also allows you to run the bot on the backend of these stores, this gives you a major advantage over your competition. If you are from the EU, I’m sure you are falling in love with the sound of Hawk, unfortunately there is a catch.

Hawk Mesh costs a jaw dropping $6,000. This price is enough to put most people off, but if you learn to use the bot properly, it isn’t impossible to break even and start making a profit. Click here for a full review on Hawk Mesh.

– Extremely limited
– Allows you to bot the back end of stores
– Small site list, but is very successful on them
– Very small user base
Cyber bot
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Cyber, is it worth paying $5,000 for this bot for Yeezy?

Cybersole, aka Cyber, is probably the most popular and sought after bot there is; this is due to its very high success rates on shopify and footsites.

Cyber does particularly well on YeezySupply, Kith, Footlocker and Size?. All of these sites regularly drop Yeezy’s and Cyber usually cooks. If you run Cyber properly, then getting multiple pairs of Yeezys on drop day will be no problem.

One downside to Cyber is it’s very expensive price tag, a renewal copy of Cyber is currently about $5,000.

Want to rent Cyber? You can rent Cyber on our trusted marketplace.

This price has been steadily rising for a while now, buying Cyber could be a massive risk as the price could plummet at any moment. Compared to other bots, Cyber is fairly straightforward to use, meaning it’s a good bot for a beginner. For more info read our full in depth review on Cybersole.


– Discord is bindable
– Retail is £300, renewal is £100 every 6 months
– Renewal and lifetime copies available
the kick station
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Ganesh, the best bot for a UK user?

Ganesh is a bot which has no user interface, this can make it challenging for beginners.

The bot is run purely on a script. Despite this, Ganesh is an extremely successful bot. Ganesh absolutely destroys releases, however it’s site list is very limited. Ganesh only supports  Offspring, Size? Previews and Footlocker EU.

In my opinion more bots should do this, it means the devs can focus purely on cooking these sites. Ganesh’s supported site list stock pretty much every Yeezy that is released, this combined with it’s high success rates makes it a very good Yeezy bot. Unfortunately there are some downsides to Ganesh.

First off all Ganesh is extremely limited meaning you’ll have to pay resale price for it. This ranges anywhere between £2,000 to £2,800. As mentioned before, it’s site list is limited and they are also all UK sites.

This means that Ganesh cannot cop any USA exclusive Yeezys. To see a full review on Ganesh then visit our Ganesh review.

– Has no user interface, is ran purely on a script
– Has a small site list
– Has lifetime and renewal copies
balko bot
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TheKickStation, a great bot in all categories

TheKickStation, commonly known as TKS, is definitely the most affordable bot on this list. TKS has extremely good success on shopify sites and in particular YeezySupply.

TKS has a range of modes for botting YeezySupply, which is why it is so successful. YeezySupply is one retailer that likes to switch things up to try and stop bots. They like to turn bot protection on and off during releases, making it very hard to predict what they are going to do.

TKS has different modes that you can use when botting, so you can be prepared for whatever they throw at you. For example they have a “power” mode which is very successful when YeezySupply have bot protection on.

Want to rent TKS? You can rent it from us here or from our marketplace BTWmarket.io

They also have a “human” mode as well as “user checkout” mode which are successful when bot protection is on. As TKS is so successful on YeezySupply, it makes it a very good Yeezy bot. YeezySupply usually get a very high amount of stock compared to other retailers, making it the best place to cop from. Unfortunately, when YeezySupply release Yeezys it’s usually US only, which means someone from outside of the US will have to use a reshipper.

Using a reshipper can be quite expensive, especially with custom fees. Another advantage of TKS is that is also has decent success on footsites, I have personally had some good success on Footlocker EU. Get more info by reading our full review on TKS,

– Very complicated user interface
– Recommend buying the bot with their discord
– License can be taken of you with just purchase email and key, makes it very easy to get scammed. Buy from a trusted person!
– Cheapest bot on this list
– Has lifetime and renewal copies
sole aio
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These are the 5 best Yeezy bots in my opinion, bear in mind that on every Yeezy drop the bot that cooks the most can change.

Toby has been botting since Chrome extensions were the way to go. This American sneakerhead knows botting like the back of his hand. You'll see him all over our Discord server.

Toby Atterstrom



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