But fans undeterred by the anti-Semitic comments from Mr West that prompted the break may yet be able to buy the goods.
Adidas boss Bjorn Gulden said the firm is considering selling the footwear and donating the profits to charity.
He said he had ruled out other options, such as burning them.
Giving them away for free is also complicated, Mr Gulden said, noting that the resale value of the shoes has surged.
A pair of Yeezy 350 “Zebra” shoes is now selling for between $340 and $360, compared to around $260 four months ago, John Mocadlo, boss of US footwear reseller Impossible Kicks, told Reuters.
The rise underscores the cost for Adidas after it cut ties with the rapper, who goes by the name Ye, in October saying it would “not tolerate antisemitism and any other sort of hate speech”.
But Mr Mocadlo said the US chain had seen a 30% spike in sales since Adidas had parted ways with Mr West.
“A lot of people are targeting the product as collectors’ items. They don’t know he’s associated with the product,” Mr Mocadlo told the BBC.
He added that Adidas had “a lot of soul-searching to do” because people still