adidas YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 "Lundmark" Non-Reflective On-Feet

Detailed shots of the unreleased YEEZY model.

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First seen last week, we now have intimate on-feet snaps of the adidas Originals YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 “Lundmark” in its on-reflective variation, courtesy of photographer @rylejustinuy and sneakerhead @randygalang. This iteration of the sneaker, not set to release until July, is exclusive to North America and Latin America.

With a slew of YEEZY sneakers prepped for the coming weeks — including a rumored blue 700 V2 and two region-specific pairs in reflective and non-rf iterations — YEEZY fans are going to have their hands full for the summer. For now, they can admire the 350 V2 “Lundmark” ahead of its release.

Seen in the streets of New York, the forthcoming silhouette is one of the more understated 350 V2 models, sporting a muted grey Primeknit upper and laces with a matching woven texture. The model’s signature post-dyed monofilament side stripe is executed in a similar tone to the BOOST outsole, yielding a versatile sneaker ideal for daily wear. Though this is the non-reflective style, the reflective version sports special threads woven into its upper that serve to bounce light back at its source, making for a particularly head-turning take on Kanye West‘s signature shoe.

The non-reflective YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 “Lundmark” arrives in the Americas at select stockists and adidas Originals’ YEEZY site on July 13 for $220 USD — the reflective iteration launches on July 11.

Elsewhere, adidas‘ Jon Wexler confirmed that the adidas Originals YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 “Bred” was not re-releasing any time soon.

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