Where To Buy The adidas Yeezy Boost 350 v2 “Lundmark”

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As one of the first models in the adidas Yeezy 350 line to not feature a heel tab, the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 v2 “Lundmark” will help start a new chapter for Kanye West‘s ever-popular knit sneaker when it debuts this July. Apart from the noticeably absent heel piece, the “Lundmark” also offers a soft grey/cream upper that mixes patterns/textures. These two-tone stylings are then accented by the adidas Yeezy line’s signature translucent monofilament-dyed stripe to give you a brief look at the shoe’s inner workings. It’s then completed by cream trim and an alabaster-colored midsole with gum accents that houses its Boost cushioning. Unlike its recently-revealed reflective counterpart, this Yeezy 350 Lundmark will continue the line’s recent trend of releasing in full family sizes, as they’ll be available in men’s ($220), kid’s ($160), and toddler ($140)-sized makeups. These new-jack 350s are arriving to market on July 13th exclusively in North America, so get a look at their family-sized set right here, and check out a comprehensive store list below to see where you can get your pair(s) come release day.

adidas Yeezy Boost 350 v2 “Lundmark”
Release Date: July 13th, 2019
$220 (Men’s)
$160 (Kids)
$140 (Infants)
Style Code: FU9161

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