By now, it is customary for sneaker fans to expect the launch of every Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 to sell out, and the “Lundmark” release proved to be no different.
The “Lundmark” features a cream-colored reengineered Primeknit upper that’s paired with a translucent stripe on the lateral side extending from the toe box up to the heel. Adidas finishes the look with an ultra-plush Boost midsole and a rubber outsole. Available on StockX now, bids for most sizes are hovering around $300, which is slightly above the retail price of $220.
Unlike its “Non-Reflective” counterpart, a more limited “Reflective” version that dropped exclusively on Yeezy Supply is currently reselling for upwards of $1,300. The sneakers was also released in both kids ($160) and infant ($140) sizing, which are reselling for approximately $180 and $160, respectively.
In related Yeezy news, more colorways of the popular 350 V2 lifestyle runner are on the way, including the “Cloud White” and “Citrin” iterations. Also, the Yeezy Boost 350 V3 is rumored to drop this year.
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