Kanye West's Yeezy trainers are now like a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. Not all sneaker fans who are trying to get a hold of the Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 are lucky enough to get a pair.

According to Independent, West has announced that only 40,000 pairs of the Yeezy trainers will be released each drop. The news site also reported that there are roughly 75-125,000 sneaker fans, who are hoping to have a pair of the shoes.

This means that each sneaker fan trying to get a hold of the Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 only has about 0.25 per cent chance of getting a pair. Social networking sites like Twitter are full of rants from disappointed fans who have been trying to get a pair of the new Yeezy trainers.

In London, on Tuesday, police were called when around 500 people rumbled at an Offspring store in Shoreditch, trying to get a pair of the trainers. The store did anticipate such thing would happen and limited number of people was given wristbands that should grant them access into the store but after a couple of hours, things got a little out of control, Daily Mail reported.

News reports show how hard it is to grab a pair of the Yeezy trainers, but of course some were very lucky to be able to try and wear a pair on their feet. 35-year-old Mike Dee from Queens, as reported by Independent, said that he paid a bot to get his own Yeezys. He also said that paying a bot is the only way to ensure success. He added that a person may buy a bot, or pay someone instead. The Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 had already been sold out on Adidas.com on Thursday, priced at $220 a pair.