The adidas Yeezy Boost 350 v2 “Lundmark Reflective” Releases On July 11th

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The adidas Yeezy line has supplied a spate of releases during June, and that deluge of desirable styles is set to continue into July with the impending arrival of the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 v2 “Lundmark Reflective.” Although the “Lundmark” will indeed carry on the line’s recent propensity for both reflective and non-reflective makeups as well as region-exclusive releases, it’s vastly different in one noticeable way: it’s among the first wave of Yeezy 350 models to do away with the heel tab. Apart from the slightly-streamlined look, these light-up Lundmarks feature a bold silver upper & laces, both interwoven with a plethora of shimmering reflective thread. A soft tan heel collar and translucent side stripe offer contrast, and down below a milky white/gum midsole houses Boost cushioning. They’ll release in North America and Latin America on July 11th for $220 USD, and will be available exclusively in men’s sizing. If the wild success of the “Black Reflective” style was any indication, this pair is sure to be a hit as well, so check out images below and stay tuned for a store list as the release date draws closer.

Updated July 5th, 2019: The “Reflective Lundmark” will release on Yeezy Supply.

adidas Yeezy Boost 350 v2 “Lundmark Reflective”
Release Date: July 11th, 2019
Style Code: FV3254

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