Trainer fans have braved two chilly nights – and flurries of snow – to be among the first to get their hands on limited edition Kanye West trainers.

The pairs of Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2, at £150 a pop, were released at 8am this morning from the 18montrose store in Nottingham.

Tanay Fernando, 21, was the first to get his hands on the trainers after he camped outside the store for four days to make sure he was at the head of queue.

Jujhar Singh, from Nottingham, was also one of the first people to buy the shoes after queuing outside the store for three days.

Zaheed, who owns nine pairs of Yeezy trainers, said the whole trip from London to Nottingham will have cost the group £1,500.He added: ‘We’ve costed everything and the trip will have cost us £250 each but if any of us were to sell them we would still be in profit.

Fashion fanatics queued outside a shop in Newcastle 48 hours early when the trainers went on sale in 2015.In June last year Adidas announced a new long-term contract with Kanye, adding that the trainers would be sold in a number of new stores.