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Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Lundmark and how to get your hands on them

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    The new Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 v2 ‘Lundmark’ came out on July 13th. These released regionally only in North America and Latin America. And all sneakerheads are going crazy because the Yeezy hype is definitely back again. Kanye West can expect some solid money coming to his bank accounts now.

    The Yeezy Boost 350 ‘Lundmark’ released in 3 different sizes including men’s, kids and infants. They’re priced at $220, $160 and $140 respectively and that’s not a crazy price really. We’ve definitely seen more expensive Yeezy’s in the market. These new Yeezy Boost 350 were available both online and offline. But the stocks may get sold out real quick.

    Where to get the Yeezy Boost 350 v2 ‘Lundmark’

    With the Yeezy’s being available both offline and online, customers have a good chance of getting their hands on them but they’ll have to be quick. The Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 v2 ‘Lundmark’ is a rather new show which is not available on all platforms but people can get it in the following places:

    1. After-market prices: eBay and Stadium Goods
    2. Online: SSENSE, Opening Ceremony, Adidas, Snipes, Jimmy Jazz, etc
    3. Online, Grade School: Adidas, Finishline, Champs, etc
    4. In-Store FCFS: Oneness, Stax, Foosh, Less17, etc
    5. In-Store Raffles: YCMC, UBIQ, BAIT, Extra Butter, etc

     

    What’s different this time?

    The new Yeezy’s come in two different styles. One is the reflective version and the other is the non-reflective version. The reflective version came out earlier this week. The reflective version has, like always, limited stock. The sneaker is, overall, good. The colourway is good and it’s a clean shoe with a sleek classic Yeezy design. The Yeezy 350 Lundmark was supposed to come out last month but for some reason, they got pushed down another month.

    The colourway of the Yeezy 350 Lundmarks is definitely very similar to those of the Yeezy 350 Static with just a hint of a yellowish/tan shade. The stitching down from the centre of the sneakers remains the same in the Yeezy 350 Static and the Yeezy 350 Lundmark. The semi-translucent plastic stripe remains so you can always change up your style by just changing your socks. 

    With new Yeezy’s coming out very often, the hype might die out pretty soon. There’s only so much you can do with a shoe and these basic changes will die out soon with not a lot of difference to be seen. We hope this doesn’t happen because Yeezy’s are beautiful and we’d definitely want some more of these.

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