adidas Yeezy Season continues with the new “Antlia”, “Lundmark” and “Synth”.
The flagship of adidas’ and Kanye West’s sneaker collaboration, the Yeezy Boost 350 V2, continues to roar on the wave of popularity that has borne the site’s original debut in September 2016. After being released in more editions than can be counted on two hands, and after being rumored in two new editions, “Glow” and “Triple Black”, three more editions have now appeared.
The three versions – “Antlia”, “Lundmark” and “Synth” – all have a familiar expression consisting of a tinted, sand-colored design that extends from the sole to the upper part and with a transparent stripe along the side. All three are close to previous Yeezy Boost 350 V2 releases, such as “Sesame”, “Static” and “Butter”, but luckily with a new “touch”. For example, “Lundmark” has no heel strap, which has not been seen since the original Yeezy Boost 350 V2 “Beluga”.